In pictures: Winners of Australia architect awards 2014

A surf club and a mental health facility are among the winners of this year's National Architecture Awards in Australia.

The award, given out by the Australian Institute of Architects, says "community-oriented projects" dominated this year's competition.

Here is a selection of images of winning and shortlisted buildings.

House at Hanging rock by Kerstin Thompson Kerstin Thompson's House at Hanging Rock - built on a steep slope - won the Robin Boyd award in the category for new houses
Bicheno Surf Life-saving Club This boatshed and surf life-saving club in Bicheno - the work of Birrelli architects - won the award in the category for Small Project Architecture
Australian Plant Bank The Australian Plant Bank - by BVN Donovan Hill - was shortlisted in the category for Public Architecture
UQ Advanced Engineering Building The winner in the Public Architecture category was The University of Queensland Advanced Engineering Building - a joint venture by Richard Kirk Architects and HASSELL. The building also won in several other categories.
North Bondi Surf Life Saving The North Bondi Surf Life Saving Club was also shortlisted in the Public Architecture category. The wave-like building is the work of Durbach Block Jaggers in association with Peter Colquhoun
MPHArchitects - Sustainable Industries Education The interiors of the Sustainable Industries Education centre in South Australia earned a place on the shortlist for MPH Architects and Architectus
Room11Studio - GASPstage02 Room 11 Studio were shortlisted in the Urban Design category for this riverside community park in Tasmania, known by its acronym, GASP!

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