Success at the 2016 Best Awards

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Braydon Harwood

We would like to congratulate the five clients, contractors and Jasmax teams for their recognition at the Best Awards last Friday 14 October, along with Mayank Thammalla and Madeline Racz for their awards in the Student Category.

The evening was hosted by the Designers Institute of New Zealand (DINZ), bringing together the best of the best for a glamourous evening at Auckland’s Vector Arena. It is a chance for both client and project team to reflect on the hard work, vision and commitment in achieving outstanding design outcomes. Jasmax is delighted to congratulate our clients, contractors and colleagues that were recognised on the night.

The APL Factory received a Gold Pin in the competitive Offices and Workplace Environments category. The building testifies to the company’s long-term commitment to Research and Development in creating spaces that aspire to nurture innovation.

The Fonterra Centre: "The Future of Work”, received a Silver in the Offices and Workplace Environments category.

141 Cambridge Terrace, one of Christchurch’s newest commercial offices overlooking the Avon River was also awarded a Silver in the Offices and Workplace Environments category. Close neighbour, Tailorspace, was presented with Silver, demonstrating the clients’ commitment in revitalising Christchurch’s commercial vitality.

A collaborated installation with the Auckland War Memorial Museum, titled ‘Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu’, was distinguished within the Exhibition and Temporary Structures category, winning Silver.

Finally, we would also like to congratulate Graduate Interior Designer, Madeleine Racz and Architectural Graduate, Mayank Thammalla, for being accredited with Gold and Bronze pins respectively in the Student category. Madeleine was part of a wider AUT project team with their submission, ‘Zoon Politikon’, which explored how architecture and civic design is human-centric in nature; this project was one of the designs exhibited at the New Zealand Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale. Mayank’s []) was an architectural exploration into landscapes being submerged by rising ocean levels.

Congratulations to all who were awarded on the evening - find out who else is celebrating.

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