TANDERRUM IN TRANSFER

Posted on July 31st, 2019 by Dara Lin

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Transfer Global Architecture Platform features the Tanderrum Bridge by John Wardle Architects and NADAAA in collaboration with Oculus.

Video by Coco and Maximilian. Read more HERE.

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Tanderrum wins AIA New York Honor Award

Posted on January 15th, 2019 by Nicole Sakr

Posted under: _Tanderrum Bridge, Awards

Yesterday AIA New York announced the 2019 AIANY award winners and Tanderrum took home an honor award for urban design!  See all the winners HERE.

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Tanderrum wins Architecture MasterPrize

Posted on November 28th, 2018 by Nicole Sakr

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Tanderrum Pedestrian Bridge has won a 2018 Architecture MasterPrize for Urban Design! The Tanderrum Bridge was a collaboration with Melbourne-based John Wardle Architects. More about Tanderrum Bridge HERE. See all the 2018 MasterPrize winning projects HERE.

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HAPPY AUGUST 6TH FROM MELBOURNE

Posted on August 6th, 2018 by Nicole Sakr

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ARCHIPENDIUM 2018

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Tanderrum in The Plan

Posted on June 26th, 2018 by Nicole Sakr

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The Tanderrum Bridge is in the summer issue of The Plan! Read the full piece HERE.

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Tanderrum and Daniels short-listed for AZ Awards

Posted on April 5th, 2018 by Nicole Sakr

Posted under: _Daniels Building, _Tanderrum Bridge, Awards

Vote for Daniels (Architecture – Commercial/Institutional over 1,000 sq. m) and Tanderrum (Landscape Architecture) in the People’s Choice Awards HERE!

 

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Tanderrum Bridge wins Best in Category at the Premier’s Design Awards

Posted on December 7th, 2017 by Nicole Sakr

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NADAAA’s collaboration with John Wardle Architects, the Tanderrum Pedestrian Bridge in Melbourne Australia, has won the Best in Category at the Premier’s Design Awards, more info is HERE. See the rest of the winners HERE. There is also a short piece in Architecture AU HERE.
 

“The Premier’s Award is the latest in a string of prizes won by the architects for the bridge since its completion in January 2017, including the Australian Urban Design Award for Delivered Outcome – Small Scale and the Melbourne Prize at the Victorian Architecture Awards.”

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Tanderrum Shortlisted for AU Urban Design Awards

Posted on September 18th, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

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Tanderrum has been shortlisted for the Australian Urban Design Awards in the Delivered Outcome – Small Scale category. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at the State Library of Queensland on Wednesday, October 25. Read more about the awards HERE.

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Tanderrum Featured in Architectural Record

Posted on August 18th, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

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Tanderrum has been featured in Architectural Record! Read more about it HERE.

“The bridge itself is an elegant thing: separating its skin from its structure—steel box girders and concrete pylons—enabled the architects to create a slender profile. The rhythmic filigree of painted tubular steel balustrading that wraps the underside of the bridge enhances this, extending upward periodically to create points of illumination.”

 

 

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Tanderrum Bridge wins the Melbourne Prize

Posted on July 1st, 2017 by Nicole Sakr

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Tanderrum Bridge has won the coveted Melbourne Prize at the Victorian AIA 2017 Awards for its “evocative and memorable contribution to Melbourne’s cultural and urban landscape”.

“The lightweight industrial quality of steel trussed railway structures and branches of the park’s elm trees influenced the character of the bridge. The result is a filigree character that provides the ‘framework for a journey’ between two starkly different landscapes.”

A big thank you to our collaborators John Wardle Architects, Oculus and Buro North!

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