JCB’s Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation for The University of Melbourne has been shortlisted for the Australian Institute of Architects National Award for Educational Architecture. This follows the project winning a Victorian Award for Education at the AIA Awards in June, when the judges praised the design for responding to a “complex and technically demanding brief while working within the strict constraints of the existing building to create a bridge between its occupant’s inner workings and the desire to have a public face to the wider community.”  Congratulations to all those shortlisted, particularly JCB alumni Matt Rawlins (Figureground) and Nick James (Architecture Architecture). We look forward to the Awards night in November.