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Urban Design Awards

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Congratulations to the entrants and winners of the Gold Coast Urban Design Awards 2020.

The awards celebrate the best of our built environment, and have become the city's most prestigious platform for recognition of design, liveability and sustainability.

Click on the tabs below to view the designs included in this year's Urban Design Awards.

Amy Degenhart

Amy Degenhart is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects and a director of three companies, her consultancy practice degenhartSHEDD architecture + urban design, as well as Urban Pure and Bubbl Up, the latter two serving as delivery mechanisms for her innovative and affordable housing visions.

Founded in 1988, shortly after arriving on the Gold Coast from Chicago as an alumni of the Illinois Institute of Technology, the architectural and urban design practice she leads with partner Martyn Shedd consults for corporate giants such as Lendlease, as well as civic leaders like Economic Development Queensland, the Department of Housing and Public Works, Byron Shire Council and several other local governments. Along the way, Amy has collected industry accolades from the World Architecture Festival, UDIA Queensland, City of Gold Coast, Australian Institute of Architects, Good Design Australia and more.

While the degenhartSHEDD motto is:  Imagine better homes, better places and a better bottom line, 'imagining' is no replacement for actually doing, so Amy is now transitioning her role as designer to one of implementer, and 2019 has seen the culmination of her first two projects, ENVI Micro Urban Village, Southport, by Bubbl Up, the home of the smallest new freehold residential lot in Australia, and the Urban Business Residences at The Nest, Fitzgibbon Chase by Urban Pure.

But tiny is the new black, and Amy is growing her repertoire through her current Better Neighbourhoods Logan project, Holm, an affordable housing collaboration with the Department of Housing Queensland.

Jury comments

Amy has been a tireless advocate for 'missing middle' and affordable housing typologies, as evidenced by the award winning ENVI Micro Village project.  Through her projects, Amy questions and challenges any long-accepted planning controls, engineering standards and traditional development typologies that are impediments to good urban design outcomes. Through this questioning, Amy provides leadership to the development industry and to local government policy makers on alternative and affordable development typologies and how they can be successfully delivered without adversely impacting the surrounding community. Her projects are also an outstanding example to the wider community on how good design can overcome any pre-conceived biases against higher density and/or affordable small lot development projects.

Kurrawa Terrace Event Space

Submitted by 8la Architects

Kurrawa Terrace is the Gold Coast’s first absolute beachfront dedicated site available for unique outdoor functions and tourism events. It integrates an event space with the beach to fulfil the demand for the quintessential ‘sand between the toes’ Gold Coast experience, enhancing the visitor experience with quality beach events, while also catering for incidental and day to day use.

The space is connected to Robert Gatenby Boardwalk and the Oceanway and has been subtly manipulated to nestle harmoniously into the dunal landscape, maximising views and access to the beach and the ocean, while providing low seating that forms a buffer to the prevailing wind and wind-blown sand. The terrace can cater for events and marquees or casual recreation and is both comfortable and robust in materials and form and is easily maintained.

Located on Paula Stafford Memorial Park, the design makes reference to the efforts this iconic local designer and businesswoman made through personal quotes etched into the seating and walls and a subtle sandblasted zig-zag paving pattern, alluding to her imported fabrics.

Jury comments

The Kurrawa Terrace Event Space is a masterful example of elegant design set within a complex context. Using minimal means this project moderates; sensitive beach and tidal conditions, landscape features and equitable connections to existing paths of travel whilst making a cultural connection to a Gold Coast icon and allowing for a multitude of community uses. For a small project it illustrates the transformative power of the very best interventions and presents as a model for future projects of this type. 

ENVI Micro Urban Village – private project

Submitted by Bubble Up and degenhartSHEDD

ENVI Micro Urban Village is the pioneering development that turned one ordinary house into 10 architecturally designed micro-lot homes, seven of which were purchased by first home buyers. Already recognised by awards from both the Urban Development Institute of Australia and the Australian Institute of Architects, this project from Amy Degenhart, FRAIA (Director of Bubbl Up and degenhartSHEDD architecture + urban design) is positioning the Gold Coast at the forefront of a new movement for housing that is both affordable and desirable – and, in the process, changing the conversation around high-density housing in Australia amongst planners, designers, residents and the mainstream media alike.

Jury comments

The ENVI Micro Village is a much needed exemplar of affordable, high quality, density done well. Each dwelling displays smart internal design and importantly, a skilful combination of external facades, materials and landscape design. ENVI is a clear lesson to the industry and the community, that through good urban design, higher density affordable housing can be seamlessly integrated into any neighbourhood.

Kurrawa Terrace Event Space – public project

Submitted by 8la Architects

Kurrawa Terrace is the Gold Coast’s first absolute beachfront dedicated site available for unique outdoor functions and tourism events. It integrates an event space with the beach to fulfil the demand for the quintessential ‘sand between the toes’ Gold Coast experience, enhancing the visitor experience with quality beach events, while also catering for incidental and day to day use.

The space is connected to Robert Gatenby Boardwalk and the Oceanway and has been subtly manipulated to nestle harmoniously into the dunal landscape, maximising views and access to the beach and the ocean, while providing low seating that forms a buffer to the prevailing wind and wind-blown sand. The terrace can cater for events and marquees or casual recreation and is both comfortable and robust in materials and form and is easily maintained.

Located on Paula Stafford Memorial Park, the design makes reference to the efforts this iconic local designer and businesswoman made through personal quotes etched into the seating and walls and a subtle sandblasted zig-zag paving pattern, alluding to her imported fabrics.

Jury comments

A well-considered and not over-designed approach is used for this beachside public space. The design maximises flexible use opportunities while not distracting from its context and is therefore a good example of a self-restrained design approach that significantly enhances the public space while not competing negatively with the natural elements of its setting. The design also maximises the opportunity for people of all ages and abilities to access the beach and beachfront activities and events, thereby making a significant contribution to Gold Coast tourism and beachfront event opportunities.

The Residences – adaptive reuse project

Submitted by CoSpaces and Space Cubed

The Residence is named after its previous civic use as a home to the Southport Postmaster’s Family from 1908–1965. It became the Postmaster General’s Residence due to its convenient location directly next to the Gold Coast’s major post office. In the late 1960’s, the Southport Post Office was rebuilt, and a telephone exchange was added.

The role of the Postmaster General had changed, so in 1967, The Residence was rebuilt entirely and became the Maternal and Child Welfare Centre. For nearly 50 years, the Centre housed nurses and sisters upstairs and serviced Gold Coast mothers and children downstairs. In 2017, the building was purchased by the Howe Family, who in 2002 purchased and restored the old Ambulance Station next door at 45 Nerang Street Southport. The Residence is now a fully restored multi-purpose commercial building with tenants including Study Gold Coast, Gold Coast Student Hub and Mr P.P.’s Deli & Rooftop.

Jury comments

This adaptive reuse project showcases how the conversion of completely non-related uses into engaging new spaces in a respectful manner can be achieved – with both style and an edge. The Residence pays homage to its built-form and use history, but in its new life, meets the aspirations of the Southport centre and provides an engaging, attractive and responsive space for community.  The judging panel all agreed that this project, executed with a limited budget, was an excellent example of how building and space conversion through adaptive reuse can deliver excellence in urban design and place making.

The Spit Master Plan – unbuilt project

Submitted by Deicke Richards

The Spit Master Plan delivers a shared vision for a contested and iconic Gold Coast landscape. The plan maps a clear direction for 201 hectares, balancing tourism, recreation, environment and cultural heritage. Project outcomes embody the best of urban design thinking and collaborative processes, reflecting strong leadership, good governance and high levels of community engagement and design collaboration.

Extensive consultation included a series of four enquiry by design workshops with diverse stakeholders and focused sessions with traditional owners. The community played an integral role in the master plan design process and the results are widely considered 'a plan for the community, by the community'.

The shared vision is that future generations will value The Spit as a renowned destination that: exemplifies a harmonious balance between tourism, recreation, leisure experiences and the environment; connects the community and visitors with the landscape and marine environment; and, enhances its natural assets and coastal parkland.

Designed to be adaptable, the master plan unlocks the potential for 1800 new jobs, provides around 800 short-term accommodation rooms, delivers connectivity and legibility, creates community and recreation spaces, and places to understand cultural heritage – all while enhancing the ecological health of The Spit.

Jury comments

The Spit Master Plan is a model for visionary urban design through consultation.  Built around enquiry by design processes and consultation with traditional owners, this adaptable plan directly links community feedback to a pragmatic, principles-based vision which identifies measurable benefits, is culturally focused and environmentally sound.

HOTA Green Bridge – public project

Submitted by ARM, Archipelago, Cusp, Topotek1

The Home of the Arts (HOTA) Green Bridge is a locally transformative infrastructure project that unlocks direct pedestrian and cycle access between Chevron Island and the Home of the Arts across the Nerang River through to Surfers Paradise. The bridge is the second phase of the ARM Architecture + Topotek1 authored HOTA Master Plan to be delivered, with the gallery under construction and the outdoor stage delivered in 2017.

The bridge’s distinctive southern landing over HOTA’s Evandale Lake is wrapped with a striking three-dimensional façade – an artwork titled '40 Million Mornings’, created by Warren Langley and Jess Austin and curated by Archipelago. The golden-hued folded form represents the sun’s colour on the Nerang River over the past 40 million mornings. The themes of water and open hands underpin the notion of past, present, and future. Warmly lit, the artwork reflects in the lake as a striking evening beacon.

Unique to the HOTA precinct is ARM’s all-encompassing adoption of the dynamic, organic cellular motif of the Voronoi, as a site-organising principle overtly manifesting throughout almost all landscape and architectural elements, including the balustrade and pavement designs.

Jury comments

The Home of the Arts (HOTA) Green Bridge is an important pedestrian and cycle link between Chevron Island and Evandale. The bridge forms a new northern gateway to the HOTA precinct. The restrained design is enlivened by vivid blue Voronoi-inspired balustrades, striking artwork that wraps the generous lakefront landing, and integrated landscaping.  The judging panel were impressed by the well-resolved design and the significant contribution that this new active transport infrastructure makes to the urban fabric. 

NORTH Residences – private project

Submitted by bureau^proberts

Situated on a compact site at Burleigh Heads, NORTH residences vertically stack whole-floor apartments to maximise connections to the coastal landscape and ocean. Natural crevasses formed in the adjacent rock formation of the headland inspire the architecture, informing a series of folding concrete spandrels skirting the northern and southern facades of the building. These provide a strong element of layering, control privacy and offer thermal comfort to habitable rooms along the building’s edge. An aluminium batten screen protects the western edge from visual intrusion and solar gain while allowing each floor to ventilate through a balcony space. The palette of raw and natural materials was chosen to engender a sense of ‘honesty’ to the built fabric and ensure a durability that is appropriate for its oceanfront location. At street level, a planted gatehouse mediates the interface of public footpath and private entry. Landscape is employed to soften this boundary and provide a welcoming and neighbourly offering to the street and community.

Jury comments

NORTH Residences projects a form enabled by a language suitable for the robustness required to deliver an oceanfront residential building.  The ground floor plane is respectful to the neighbours through the reduced floor plate, the incorporation of a roof garden in the gate house and access into neighbouring properties.  The project also carefully consideres future development in the adjacent blocks and their likely view lines.

Somerset College – private project

Submitted by DBI

DBI are proud to have been commissioned to deliver Somerset College’s innovative new campus building.

The new Aitkenhead building with a combination of specialist rooms such as art, music, technology and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and new classrooms for years four and five, are a seemingly simple contemporary solution which belies the complex nature of the challenge

The integration of the architecture, with its distinct Queensland feel with sub-tropical overlays, along with the landscape, and the interior/outdoor nature of the classrooms, has been key to the success of the project.

Unique new learning experiences have been created, such as the Yarning Circle, designed by local Indigenous artist, Narelle Urquhart, and Somerset Art students.

The plaza provides educational opportunities for students of all years, with this space now providing a multipurpose campus green as a space for informal play, to have lunch, to socialise, be educated in, and to host day and night school events and festivals.

Perhaps the best test has been that while obviously a new addition to the school, the Aitkenhead building has fitted so seamlessly into everyday school life that it is hard to imagine that it hasn’t been part of the school since its inception.

Jury comments

Positioned centrally within the school, the Aitkenhead building has made a significant contribution to improving connectivity within the campus, at different levels. The learning and teaching areas extend beyond the building, with new gathering spaces and a covered yarning circle, whilst the new landscape plaza makes a feature of the school tree. Visually, the new building is a unique and bold statement, marking the elevated heart of the campus.

Gold Coast Water Walls 2019 – adaptive reuse project

Submitted by Art-Work Agency

Art-Work Agency, on behalf of City of Gold Coast (City) facilitated the 2019 Water Walls Urban Art Project (Water Walls). Water Walls aims to enhance the visual appeal of prominent water and waste infrastructure around the Gold Coast, while also reducing the likelihood of graffiti on public buildings. The project supports City of Gold Coast’s vision – A City Transformed by Public Art.

Water Walls provides an opportunity for artists and community members to celebrate the Gold Coast’s heritage and contemporary culture. Through the beautification of everyday structures, Water Walls aims to build community pride, improve the visual appeal of the City’s assets and provide employment opportunities for artists and creative professionals.

Jury comments

The Gold Coast Water Walls presents a solution to many issues larger infrastructure buildings with open space face. This carefully considered concept embraces the environment surrounding each building whilst providing a pleasing aspect to each neighbourhood.  The judges were impressed by the cost-effectiveness of the outcome and the elimination of graffiti.

Coolangatta and Kirra Business Centre Place Based Master Plan – unbuilt project

Submitted by City Place Making, City of Gold Coast

Coolangatta is Gold Coast’s southern-most urban area and major centre. It has a unique physical environment nestled between hills to the south and west, and famous curving north facing world class surfing beaches and headlands to the north and east.

Coolangatta has always been a favourite place for Queenslanders – and lots of other Australians. It is one of our most popular day-trip destinations. Many peopel came to visit and loved the place so much they stayed permanently and now it is a major residential precinct.

The Coolangatta and Kirra Business Centre Place Based Master Plan, adopted by the City of Gold Coast, aims to unlock the precinct’s potential and guide its transformation into one of the city’s most vibrant and diverse beachside neighbourhoods and business centres.

The master plan responds to comprehensive and detailed site analysis and in depth community feedback and focuses on finding ways to improve the experience within public spaces with a particular emphasis on the streetscapes of Coolangatta and Kirra business centres.

Community feedback received through the community engagement provided essential insight into the place and its community – their needs and aspirations for enhancing and protecting the areas values; celebrating the uniqueness of the place; and celebrating the history, beach culture, location and relaxed vibe.

Jury comments

This master plan is commended for its purpose, creation and the product outcome. It delivers a detailed and honest reflection of the master plan area – how it developed its current credentials, and guided by community feedback – presents a realistic vision for guiding the future. Importantly, it has been delivered with sufficiently detailed framework plans and strategies which appear suitably transferrable to deliverable projects for when funding arrangements can be known.

Salacia Waters Stage 1

Submitted by EJE Architecture

Drawing inspiration from around the globe, the Salacia Waters community is located on the northern side of the Gold Coast at Paradise Point and is defined by some of the most diverse residential product offerings seen in one development.

Overlooking the Broadwater where it meets the Coomera River, the first stage of Salacia Waters was initially developed over a series of stakeholder workshops led by master planning firm DPZ Pacific. The innovative urban design alongside a team of nationally and internationally acclaimed architects were enlisted to design the five apartment buildings, twenty town homes and associated public spaces in stage one.

The vision behind Salacia Waters was to create an integrated residential development with a focus on new urban/traditional neighbourhood principles and to establish an alternative to the Gold Coast’s existing suburban character.

Michael Rodgers from EJE Architecture, who designed one of the apartment buildings and twenty town homes, along with being the lead documentation architect for the project, said the aim was to create a project that is reflective of the Gold Coast’s lifestyle but with unheralded international expertise and neighbourhood planning.

Large areas of public open space have been strategically planned throughout the master plan, to encourage pedestrian circulation, and it provides public access around the marina, boardwalk dining precinct and the beach foreshore. The resultant development highlights that quality urban design can contribute significantly to the public realm and still provide an appropriate density of residential product.

The Surrounds Leisure Centre

Submitted by BDA and Villawood Properties

The Surrounds Leisure Centre is a $4 million state-of-the-art facility located at the heart of Villawood Properties’ masterplanned community at Helensvale.

Designed by award-winning Gold Coast architecture firm BDA, the purpose built facility features a suite of premium amenities including a café, lap pool, kid’s pool, a private multi-purpose room, a fully-equipped gymnasium, and change facilities.

Offering 750 square metres of recreation zones, The Surrounds Leisure Centre is surrounded by manicured gardens, barbeque areas and playgrounds for families to enjoy, all without body corporate fees.

The The Surrounds Lesiure Centre is positioned beside The Surrounds Central Park and within walking distance from every home in the growing community. It has been a welcome addition to the community with all residents entitled to two years’ complimentary use of the centre.

77 Jefferson

Submitted by bureau^proberts

77 Jefferson is a bespoke, nine-storey apartment building designed to respond to the built character of Palm Beach, its coastal landscape, sub-tropical climate and community-centred neighbourhood. The architecture seeks to balance openness to view and climate with protection and privacy through a bespoke screen that cloaks the western façade. Variation in openings within the screen bring depth and texture to create a sculptural, highly distinguishable form. Transparency, achieved through generous, floor to ceiling glazed edges, allows interior spaces to establish an intimate engagement with the beach and street. Highly operable edges allow individuals to adapt the comfort of living environments, according to weather patterns and seasonal change. 

77 Jefferson delivers a medium density outcome with the amenity of a low density detached home. This is achieved through a commitment to whole-floor apartment planning and an investment in communal areas and public edges. Strong visual connections to the ocean and neighbourhood and seamless connections to outdoor terraces create comfortable and highly adaptable indoor/outdoor living spaces. With consideration for its landscaped podium, its active street-level edges and striking compositional form, 77 Jefferson strives to become a well settled and admired addition to the Palm Beach community.

Broadbeach Entry Sign

Submitted by City Place Making, City of Gold Coast

The City of Gold Coast adopted the Broadbeach Core Business Centre Master Plan in 2016 and the Broadbeach Entry Sign was one of the projects recommended for delivery prior to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

The intent of this piece was to make an entry statement for Broadbeach, activate the park and create an engaging photo opportunity for locals and visitors (domestic and international) not only during the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, but as a legacy project for the city.

The design requirements were to be bold, double-sided, effective in both daylight and at night and must complement the existing event, dining and vibrant character of the precinct.

The bold white face and contrasting black body and frame make a highly visible and striking entry statement, which lights up at night to brighten a dark and inactivated park corner.

Visitor interaction with the entry statement was a key consideration therefore the structure was designed to be robust enough for visitors to climb into the letters to take the perfect photograph and create a lasting memory.

Place Studies for Palm Beach and Kirra

Submitted by 8la Landscape

The Palm Beach and Kirra Place studies form part of a body of work prepared along the Southern Gold Coast that identified, described and mapped areas with a particular local identity, natural landscape setting and character.

The primary intent of these place analysis studies is to provide a resource to ensure character elements are appropriately considered in future development decisions along the unique southern Gold Coast strip as part of proposed growth and development of the city.

This concept follows some of principles established in the Gold Coast Landscape Strategy Volume 1 Image of a City, that was superseded with the production of the performance based 2015 City Plan.  It builds on other award-winning city-wide studies prepared by the 8LA team while at Cardno including the Gold Coast Landscape Character Study. The Palm Beach and Kirra studies now form chapters of a complete complementary body of work including Miami, Nobbys Mermaid, Burleigh and Tugun (produced by Lat 27) and is now linked to cityofgoldocast.gov.au as a resource.

The subsequent development of a number of other studies including the Site Context and Urban Design Study reinforces the importance of context into development applications for which these string of place studies form an essential resource of how proposed developments relate to the structure, landscape and identity of each place.


Jury panel profiles

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Dr Michael Lavery
Director m3architecture and President of Australian Institute of Architects Queensland Chapter

Dr Lavery is an architect with a 30-plus-y year career focused on public buildings and the public realm. As a director of Brisbane-based m3architecture his projects have won national urban design and architecture awards, with the work located in Brisbane and throughout regional Queensland.

He is a member of several industry advisory boards and is the current President of the Australian Institute of Architects, Queensland Chapter.


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Ms Wendy Evans
Partner Planning and Environment, AJ & Co Lawyers and Queensland President, Planning Institute of Australia

Wendy Evans is the world’s most passionate planning lawyer. She started life as a town planner, and having realised her intense driver is for excellent outcomes for places we all live, work and play – converted to the legal profession where she could truly stand as an advocate, and deliver town planning through the law.

She acts for developers, local governments and the State covering application structuring, due diligence, legal advice, project management, enforcement, infrastructure and litigation. She has also developed a niche practice area in statutory planning.

Wendy has been the Queensland Division President of the Planning Institute of Australia since 2018, and was elevated to a Fellow member in 2017.


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Mr Jason Murdoch
Development Executive, Sunland Group and Branch-President, Urban Development Institute of Australia

A civil engineer, his experience extends to providing consultancy, advisory and project management services to a variety of development companies, state authorities and local councils.

Projects of significance include Varsity Lakes, Sanctuary Cove, Hope Island Canal and Royal Pines Resort, as well as numerous master planned communities, housing, commercial and industrial developments across the Gold Coast and South East Queensland.


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Mr Craig Addley
Urban Design and Development Manager, Walker Corporation and President, Urban Design Alliance Queensland

Craig is an urban designer with other 20 years’ experience across a range of mixed use, residential and city shaping projects in Australia, the UK and South East Asia. He has worked within leading consultancies, government bodies and private development companies, delivering complex and challenging projects that have an inherent focus on innovation, resilience and quality.

Working within markets and locations that are rapidly growing and changing has focussed this experience towards the delivery of city-shaping projects that will respond to our future lifestyle needs, environmental qualities and economic imperatives.

His role as president of the Urban Design Alliance also presents an opportunity to represent the interests and collective experience of Queensland’s leading urban design, master planning and place making experts. Craig is also an accomplished artist with works represented in various public institutions and private collections. 


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Mr David Uhlmann
Director, Environment & Sustainability, Wolter Consulting Group, and President, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Queensland

David is the current Queensland state chapter President of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, and Director of Environment & Sustainability at Wolter Consulting Group.

David has 28 years industry experience across Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, and Precinct Sustainability, including as public realm discipline leader for the $2 billion Gold Coast University Hospital precinct.


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Mr Ian Ainsworth
Principal, Queensland Buildings, ARUP

Ian Ainsworth is a Principal of Arup, based in Brisbane. During more than 35 years with the firm he has worked in Arup offices in Australia, UK, UAE, Singapore and USA, making major contributions to some of the most significant projects undertaken by the practice.

Ian is a structural engineer by training, who has broadened his scope to encompass managing the multi-disciplinary design of all types of buildings, with particular expertise in cultural, sport and education buildings, high rise and long-span structures, footbridges and transport buildings. Ian is renowned as an innovative designer and a hands-on project leader with a reputation for reliable delivery of even the most challenging and complex projects. Ian’s international project credits include Intelsat HQ (Washington DC), Stansted Airport (UK), UOB Plaza (Singapore), Ben Gurion Airport (Israel), Abu Dhabi International Airport (UAE), and Singapore Sports Hub.

Ian’s Queensland project credits include Kurilpa Bridge, Goodwill Bridge, Suncorp Stadium, Metricon Stadium, Anna Meares Velodrome, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, One One One Eagle Street, Millennium Arts Project, Cairns Convention Centre and the recently opened Qld Country Bank Stadium in Townsville. Ian’s current projects include the new Performing Arts Venue at QPAC in Brisbane.

Ian has had the privilege of collaborating with many leading Australian and international architects, and is a firm believer in the value of good design.

Entries closed on 21 August 2020. This year’s awards ceremony was held on Friday 9 October 2020.

We encourage design professionals and developers to enter the awards for built and unbuilt projects, which celebrate the best of the city’s built environment and recognise design excellence in public and private projects.

For more information and to download the Entry Form visit Gold Coast Urban Design Awards – Entry information and guidelines.

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For further information, please contact our Office of City Architect on 07 5582 8875.

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