Equitus Sancti Gregori Magni by John Paul the Second
National heritage register, enduring architecture medallion, architectural merit
Apostolic Nunciature - Red Hill ACT
Who's Who Australia
RAIA ACT Chapter, Enrico Taglietti Award for Educational Architecture
Museum of Modern Art - New York - Australian Participation in Transformations in Modern Architecture
Honorary appointeeCanberra University
Life Fellowship RAIA
Canberra Medallion & ACT heritage - Giralang Primary School, ACT
25 Years Medallion (RAIA) - Dickson District Library, Dickson ACT
25 Years Medallion (RAIA), Architectural Merit (RAIA)- Paterson House, Aranda ACT
Architectural Merit - St Kilda Library - Melbourne VIC
ACT Heritage Register - Dingle House, Hughes ACT
ACT Heritage Register - Dickson Library, DicksonACT
ACT Heritage Register - Giralang Primary School, Giralang ACT
Architectural Merit - Phillip District Oval Grandstand - ACT (RAIA)
Architectural Merit - Forrest Early Childhood Centre - ACT (RAIA)
Architectural Merit - de Crespigny Sea Residence - Lilli Pilli NSW (RAIA)
Best House of the Year - Osborne Residence, Currandooley NSW (Architecture and Arts)
Best Building of the Year - Town House , Wagga NSW (Architecture and Arts) 
Best Commercial Building - Capital Centre - Canberra City ACT (BOMA)


R.A.I.A. Register of Significant Twentieth Century Architecture
R032 Barton Conference Centre

R048 Captain James Cook Hotel

R054 Dickson library

R077 Townhouse Motel Inn

R080 Giralang Primary School

R082 Dingle House

R128 Paterson House

R129 Mc Keown House

R130 Evans House

R131 Mijuscovic House


R132 Flynn primary school


Australian Institute of Architects National Register of Significant 20th Century Architecture
Institute National Register of Significant 20th Century Architecture. 
See the complete list of buildings on the national register.


ACT HERITAGE REGISTER
Dickson Library
De Quetteville (Dingle House)
Giralang Primary School, ACT

NATIONAL HERITAGE REGISTER
Apostolic Nunciature ACT

Apostolic Nunciature


Architecture in the Australian Capital Territory

Architects from the Federal Capital Commission (FCC) designed much of Canberra's houses and public buildings in the city's early years. As a result many of the older suburbs exhibit this largely cohesive 'FCC style' that is unique to Canberra. American Walter Burley Griffin, the city's designer, brought with him elements of the Chicago-based Prairie style that was common in the US Midwest.

Notable buildings

Heritage buildings are an integral part of Australia's history, many of which have great value in our cultural inheritance. The Institute's heritage architects are compiling data on our built heritage, the most significant examples of which will be available on this website as the Australian Institute of Architects Heritage Register.

UIA – International Heritage Register

ACT projects have been nominated by the Institute to the International Union of Architects (UIA) World Register of Significant 20th Century Australian Architecture. The Institute publishes a complete list of buildings nominated to the UIA.