New Plymouth’s Len Lye Centre is a finalist in the prestigious World Architecture Festival Awards. The awards celebrate global architectural excellence and are judged by international panels of architects and critics who are experts in their fields.
The Len Lye Centre is a finalist in WAF’s Culture category. Jo Aitken was the main personnel and Project Architect, for Patterson Associates, who were the lead consultants for the project.
All category winners will compete for the title of World Building of the Year. Category winners will be announced at the festival in Berlin, Germany on 16 and 17 November, with the World Building of the Year winner announced on 18 November. Click image above for source article.
In June, Local Government New Zealand named the Len Lye Centre as a finalist in the Creative New Zealand Excellence Awards for Best Creative Place. The centre opened to the public on 25 July last year.