PSA reported in the April 2017 newsletter issue that the Palais Theatre Restoration project had achieved a successful completion and had celebrated a grand re-opening.
We are pleased to announce the project is now award-winning with the City of Port Phillip hosting the Design & Development Awards, which celebrate the architectural achievements that have taken place locally. The short list of projects and nominees was released in early February 2018, with the Palais Theatre Restoration project being listed under the non-residential development category along with many other innovative design projects.
The awards night was hosted at the National Gallery of Victoria in March, with PSA Director, Garry Smart, Development Victoria Project Team and Managing Contractor, Built, attending. The event was held as a part of the NGV’s design week with the year’s theme being “Design Effects” exploring how design delivers change for people and the environment. We think it only fitting that an iconic Melbourne performing arts landmark, such as the Palais, was nominated.
The Palais Theatre Restoration Project team was presented as the winners of the Excellence in Heritage Conservation Award. PSA congratulates the hard work of all those involved and who worked on this iconic Melbourne project ensuring the theatre’s preservation for many years to come. (Pictured: PSA Director Garry Smart with Luke Osland and Beth Hackett from Development Victoria and members of the Built team at the awards)
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