Recognition Roundup: Celebrating ARGALL Partners in the 2024 Victorian Architecture Awards

25 April 2024

We at ARGALL are thrilled to celebrate the recognition of our architectural partners who have been shortlisted in the prestigious 2024 Victorian Architecture Awards.

This acknowledgment highlights the exceptional talent and dedication within our architectural community, and we are incredibly proud to have played a part in these celebrated projects.

A special congratulations goes to:

The Boronggook Drysdale Library – A project by Antarctica: Architects and Architecture Associates, which has been nominated for both the Public Architecture and Regional Prize categories. This library stands as a beacon of community and architectural brilliance, reflecting innovative design tailored to serve and inspire its users.

Aboriginal Housing Victoria – Breathe by Breathe Architecture, a standout in the Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing, Sustainable Architecture, and the Melbourne Prize categories. This project is a testament to sustainable living solutions that do not compromise on design quality and livability, setting a new standard for residential projects.

Aireys Inlet Primary School Art and Music Hub – Designed by Sibling Architecture, this project has been recognized in the Small Project Architecture category. It is a wonderful example of how thoughtful architecture can enhance educational environments, providing stimulating spaces for creativity and learning.

Djerring Flemington Hub – Croxon Ramsay has brought this project to life, now nominated for the Color bond Award for Steel Architecture. The hub is a crucial addition to the community, offering a dynamic and versatile space that serves a wide range of activities and purposes.

Each of these projects showcases the innovative and impactful work that can arise from successful collaborations.

We look forward to the upcoming awards ceremony and are eager to continue supporting excellence in architecture alongside our talented partners.


Argall was founded in 2017 by Andrew Gall, an engineer with a passion for complex design and breaking the mould. His work experience as a senior structural engineer across a variety of project disciplines made him realise there was a real need for a bespoke people and service-oriented structural engineering consultancy that would inspire sustainability practices and innovation often lacking in big companies.

This is over and above his experience in traditional procurement roles, his work with builders in the design and construct field, managing projects in sport, tertiary education, the arts and zoological fields, as well as community, commercial, residential and multi- residential enterprises. With such a wealth of knowledge and understanding of different design methodologies, he has the expertise to challenge the status quo in his new venture.