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Jury Chair overview

Chairing the National Architecture Awards jury was a great privilege and a truly uplifting conclusion to my year as President of the Australian Institute of Architects. The judging provides a unique opportunity to experience the year’s best projects from across Australia and this year was no exception. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, we had to undertake virtual site tours. While an on-screen experience is no replacement for reality, it was amazing how well all those involved adapted to these

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