Architectural Glass Masterpieces Win 2012 Vision Awards

Hill House by Andrew Maynard Architects (pictured) has been named overall winner in the 2012 Vision Awards run by Australian glass manufacturer Viridian.All the winners were announced at the 2012 National Architecture Conference in Brisbane.

"MsoNormal">Now in their fourth year, the awards are designed to celebrate and promote the energy efficient and innovative use of glass in Australian architecture.

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600450 Architectural Glass Masterpieces Win 2012 Vision Awards
Date: 25 May 2012

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