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RAIA’s Gold Medal for Architecture goes offshore

Perth-born and raised, Singaporean-based architect known for his buildings around the world, and particularly in South-East Asia, Kerry Hill, has won Australia’s most prestigious architecture prize – the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA) Gold Medal for Architecture. His international reputation is such that his practice has designed and built or is currently working on projects in Bhutan, Thailand, Malaysia, India, Taiwan, Turkey, Dubai, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Australia and Japan. He is a previous recipient of the prestigious Kenneth F. Brown Asia Pacific Culture and Architecture Design Award in 1995, and the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2001 for The Datai in Pulau Langkawi in Malaysia.

Kerry is currently working on several new projects in Australia, having won a number of key international design competitions, including the WA performing arts centre in Perth, as well as the master plan and library complex for the University of NSW’s new Asia campus at Changi in Singapore.

Kerry is recognised internationally as an exemplary architect of exceptional sensibility and expertise, and as one who has encouraged a more progressive and enquiring regionally-sensitive approach to the design and construction of buildings around the world, predominantly in the Asia-Pacific region. His international reputation
is such that his practice has designed and built or is currently working on projects in Bhutan, Thailand, Malaysia, India, Taiwan, Turkey, Dubai, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Australia and Japan.

More information about Hill’s work can be found via the RAIA

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