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Technology, Environmentally Sustainable Design, ESD


1996, Melbourne, Australia

Selected Architecture

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Lyons Architecture
Level 3, 246 Bourke Street
3000 Melbourne, Australia

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  • 2008 - Harry Seidler National Architecture Award for Commercial Architecture - Hume City Council Offices
  • 2010 - Australian Institute of Architects, Vic Chapter Harold Desbrowe-Annear Award (Residential Architecture), Lyons Housemuseum
  • 2010 - Australian Institute of Architects, Vic Chapter (Regional Prize), South West Institute of TAFE - Stage 3
  • 2012 - Australian Institute of Architects, Vic Chapter (Public Architecture), Melbourne Brain Centre, University of Melbourne
  • 2012 - Australian Institute of Architects, ACT Chapter (Institutional) Commendation, Colleges of Science, Australian National University
  • 2012 - World Architecture Awards, Shortlisted Entry, Colleges of Science, Australian National University
  • 2012 - Australian Institute of Architects WA Chapter (Institutional) Commendation, Central TAFE Perth

Lyons Architecture Change this

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Lyons is an architectural and urban design practice based in Melbourne, Australia. The firm designs projects which are responsive to and expressive of a contemporary experience of local and global culture - a world of ideas, new media, technologies and rapidly changing urbanism. Lyons work is committed to and interested in the history and culture of ideas and how ideas can be used to create meaningful contemporary architecture.

As a practice Lyons collaborates with its clients and project stakeholders in order to make each project unique and uses specialist methodologies to understand the underlying vision that each client has for their project.

Lyons is one of Australia's largest design practices and has the expertise and proven capability to deliver complex large projects.

Lyons creative team is committed to extending the local and international architectural discourse through ongoing design research, studio teaching, writing and lecturing about architecture and design.


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