News Five PAYCE Projects Named As Finalists In 2014 Sydney Design Awards
All five PAYCE projects entered in this year’s 2014 Sydney Design Awards have been named as Finalists in their respective categories across Urban Design, Architecture –Residential Constructed, Architecture –Mixed Use Constructed and Proposed Architecture.
Until 17th August, the public can view and rate the following Finalist PAYCE projects via the Sydney Design Awards website on www.sydneydesignawards.com.au.
Washington Park (Riverwood) – Urban Design category
East Village (Victoria Park) – Architecture-Mixed Use-Constructed category
Platinum (Victoria Park) – Architecture-Residential-Constructed category
Marina Quays (Wentworth Point) – Architecture-Proposed category [a joint venture development with Sekisui House]
Royal Shores (Ermington) – Architecture-Proposed category [a joint venture development with Sekisui House]
The 2014 Sydney Design Awards, run by design100, is part of a collaborative platform of award programs run across Sydney, Melbourne, London and New York. Developed with the aim of celebrating the courage and innovation of those who commission design, along with those who create it, the program works to support the world’s most creative minds and organisations with an aim to accelerate the transformation to a design-led marketplace.
Brian Boyd, Managing Director of PAYCE said it was fantastic to have all five PAYCE entries progress through to the Finals.
“We entered a mix of projects, covering residential, commercial and mixed-use in this year’s awards program,” he said.
“To have all five selected as Finalists is very exciting, and hopefully that success will continue with a good result when the winners are announced at the Awards event.
“This result could not be achieved without the tireless and collaborative efforts of a team of strong, enthusiastic and talented individuals, who work closely across each project to push boundaries and create a unique vision for every PAYCE development.
“On making the Final list in these awards, I especially congratulate our design partners, who we consider to be leaders in the architectural profession and our joint venture partner on two of the projects- Sekisui House,“ he said.
Mr Boyd said the projects nominated for the awards showcase innovation in contemporary design and urban renewal, which is a trademark of all PAYCE projects.
“Since 1978, we have built a reputation for successfully transforming places by utilising the best in design, technology and materials to develop a special character for our buildings and to create vibrant communities where people can experience a great lifestyle,” he said.
The 2014 Sydney Design Awards are judged by an expert design panel, members of the design industry and people from the design marketplace.
The winners of each category will be announced at a gala awards presentation on 20 August.