Australian Urban Design Awards
The nation's premier award for excellence  and innovation in urban design


Awards Organizer

Architecture Media Pty Ltd
Level 6, 163 Eastern Road
South Melbourne, Vic  3205
T +61 3 8699 1000
F +61 3 9696 2617

Entry enquiries

+61 3 8699 1000

Event and sponsorship enquiries

Nicole Greenwell
Sponsorship and Events Manager
Architecture Media is Australia’s leading publisher for the architecture and design community and an associate company of the Australian Institute of Architects. Its market-leading portfolio includes titles Architecture Australia, Landscape Architecture Australia, Artichoke, Houses, Houses: Kitchens+Bathrooms and Architectural Product News, and websites and  These titles are essential resources for all architecture and design professionals.
Architecture Media has a reputation for delivering high-calibre, industry-recognized events and programs that celebrate and promote the achievements of architects and designers, including the annual Australian Interior Design Awards (in partnership with the Design Institute of Australia), the Houses Awards and the Eat Drink Design Awards. Under the Design Speaks brand, Architecture Media delivers respected and popular seminar programs such as The Architecture Forums, Work Place / Work Life, Housing Futures, Old School / New School, Health Care / Health Design, Artichoke Night School and Our Houses. It is also a founding partner of the Asia Pacific Architecture Forum. It also organizes the annual Landscape Australia Conference.

Awards Convenor

Planning Institute of Australia
PO Box 5427
Kingston ACT 2604
T + 61 2 6262 5933
F + 61 2 6292 9970
Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) is the national body representing planning and the planning profession. Through education, communication and professional development, PIA is the pivotal organisation serving and guiding thousands of planning professionals in their role of creating better communities.
PIA currently represents over 5000 members nationally and internationally, and connects with 7500 planners annually. They are governed by a National Board of Directors and managed by a professional administration. A member-based organisation, its management is complemented by volunteers, who support and contribute on various levels.