Reservoir Station Nominated for 2021 ArchDaily Building of the Year

Genton welcomes the news that Reservoir Station has been selected as a nominee for the 2021 ArchDaily Building of the Year Awards. Nominations are currently open to the public, who are invited to decide the best architecture of the year across the awards program’s 15 categories.

Nominated in the Public & Landscape Architecture category, the design for Reservoir Station — conceived in collaboration with landscape architects McGregor Coxall — revitalises the heart of the burgeoning suburb, capitalising on the recent addition of the elevated rail corridor to create transformative dialogue between Reservoir’s previously disconnected high streets.

The urban design solution links the suburb’s central community and retail spine, catalysing pedestrian activation, enhancing accessibility and public safety, and providing a newly landscaped public space to bring the community together.

The largest peer-voted architecture prize, last year the ArchDaily Building of the Year Awards garnered more than 95,000 votes across the international design community.

Nominations are currently open and will close on Wednesday, 10 February at 12:01AM EST. To vote for Reservoir Station, please follow this link.

To read more about Reservoir Station, visit Genton’s Reservoir Station project profile.

Genton would like to thank our client, North West Program Alliance, which includes the Level Crossing Removal Project, Metro Trains Melbourne, John Holland and KBR, for providing us with this opportunity, as well as our team and collaborators McGregor Coxall.