We are honoured to be awarded the Sydney Blythe Award for Educational Architecture at the 2023 Tasmanian Architecture Awards for Holy Rosary Catholic School. Jury citation: “Holy Rosary is a delightful calibration of a hard-working primary school environment. An intuitive masterplan process ran concurrently with overlapping design and construction demands. Every architectural decision seeks to benefit the teacher, the students, the school community, and the site. The variety of internal to external connections act to strengthen teaching and learning possibilities. The persistent agility of the new works continually generates the possibility of engagement with the broader realm of the school and the community. The experience of the neighbourhood of Claremont is backgrounded by a feeling of deep connection and celebration… read more.
Our Ryde Street House has won the James Blackburn Triennial Prize at the 2023 Tasmanian Architecture Awards. We’re thrilled that this modest and economical project has been awarded. Jury citation: “The Triennial Prize is a peculiar Tasmanian tradition that came about because our small island state lacked a certain volume of architectural projects each year to warrant an annual prize. Recently, the Tasmanian Chapter chose to retain the prize, and in honour of its humble origin, we award this year’s Triennial Residential Award to Bence Mulcahy for their Ryde Street House. The project improves a house for a family and demonstrates that good design is not flashy but, rather, sensitive and sensible. Details and joinery provide moments of pleasure within… read more.
Fusilier Cottage has picked up a 2022 National Award for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions)! We are so proud that this little project is nationally regarded.
Ryde Street House allows a family to continue to live and grow in the community they love.
Lucky Bek is off to tour Tokyo, Berlin and Madrid’s best architecture.
Bence Mulcahy is thrilled the Mount Stuart Greenhouse has been shortlisted for two Australian Institute of Architects 2019 National Architecture Awards. We are excited to be on a shortlist that includes so many of our favourite architects. Click here for more information.
Bence Mulcahy win three Tasmanian Architecture Awards
Ryde Street Stage II creates a small, efficient family home that makes the most of every square centimetre.
Bek discusses how the theme ‘Process, Perseverance, Procrastination’ relates to her practice of architecture for the national Emerging Architect Tour.
Sophie and Bek have extended their support for women in architecture with their involvement in the Findlay Project
Shamus is thrilled to be a member of the jury, and Bek co-creative director, for the 2018 AIA (Tasmania Chapter) Architecture Awards.
The Bence Mulcahy office was buzzing last weekend as more than 80 people dropped in as part of Open House Hobart.
Bence Mulcahy is delighted to announce that Bek Verrier has joined the team. Named Tasmania’s Emerging Architect in 2016, Bek has a track-record working on award-winning projects and an irresistible enthusiasm for great design.
Bence Mulcahy was awarded joint second place in a national competition to design a community hub for Kingston.
Sophie Bence was delighted to be re-elected to the Australia Institute of Architects’ Tasmanian Chapter Council.