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    Australia Architecture Awards 2010

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    The Australian Pavilion for the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, China, was designed by Wood/ Marsh Architecture.
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    Donovan Hill designed the Seaspray Resort and Spa in Zilzie, Australia.
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    Seaspray Resort and Spa section and ground-floor plan drawings.
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    The Pirrama Park extension was designed by Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects, Aspect Studios, and CAB Consulting.
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    Plan, elevation, and section drawings of the new stair at Pirrama Park, located in Pyrmont, an inner-city suburb of Sydney.
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    The Australian Institute of Architects 25-year award for 2010 went to the Supreme Court of Tasmania in Hobart.
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