Haymes Paint Sponsor Victorian Architecture Awards Regional Prize  


We are delighted to sponsor the Regional Prize at the Victorian Architecture Awards this year.   

The award celebrates the best new architecture in the state and recognises projects that have significantly contributed to regional Victoria. As a proud Ballarat business,we have a strong connection to this regional award, and we are honoured to support Australian architects. The winner will be announced at the 2023 Victorian Architecture Awards Dinner in Melbourne on Friday June 16.


 This Year's Nominees 


Bendigo Law Courts - Wardle 
Budj Bim Cultural Landscape - Cooper Scaife Architects 
Cowes Primary School - Project 12 Architecture 
Delatite Cellar Door - Lucy Clemenger Architects 
Gippsland Performing Arts Centre, Traralgon Jackson Architecture and Katsieris Origami: Architects in Association 
Levantine Hill Estate Winery - Fender Katsalidis 
Queenscliff Ferry Terminal - F2 Architecture  

Warrnambool Library and Learning Centre - Kosloff Architecture 

 We wish all the nominees the best of luck.


 About the Regional Prize

The Regional Prize recognises projects that have made a significant contribution to regional Victoria. All projects located outside the Urban Growth Boundary are eligible for consideration. 

The winner is drawn from direct-entry categories in the Victorian Architecture Awards. 

See More Here 


Supporting your specification

Since 1935, our family-owned business has been dedicated to providing all Australians with quality and innovative paint and coating solutions. This drive and commitment continues to this day, ensuring that we meet the needs of the architectural and interior design community. From specification to the final brush stroke, our dedicated and experienced team can help transform your project into a masterpiece. We work one-on-one with our clients to discuss the needs of their project, offeringexpress brush-out requests, written specifications, product training and colour selection. Click here to speak one of our dedicated specifier team members.

View examples of projects featuring Haymes Paint below

Melbourne City Baths

The Melbourne City Baths have been a feature landmark in Melbourne’s CBD since the 1860s. For more than 160 years, they have serviced the local population in many ways – from its original use as a bathing house, to its later revival as both a historic site and a wellness centre. 

In 2019, the City of Melbourne began a major refurbishment of the historic site with the help of over 60 trade specialists to restore the site to its former glory. 

Haymes Paint proudly played an important role in the restoration project – which took three years to complete – providing its extensive product knowledge and expertise in colour matching to ensure the building’s heritage was preserved. 

West Side Place – The Ritz Carlton Hotel

West Side Place has transformed the former Age newspaper site at 250 Spencer Street into the largest residential development in Melbourne to date. The Ritz-Carlton hotel, located atop tower one of the four tower development, will bring a new level of prestige to the Melbourne CBD, with a range of amenities including multiple foyers, business lounges, private function rooms, libraries, pools, gyms, and wellness centres. 
Haymes Paint worked closely with Cottee Parker Architects to ensure the narrative at the heart of the design was properly expressed through the design choices. Through carefully balancing international hotel trends with an intrinsically Melbourne aesthetic, they were able to create a timeless outcome that is unique to the rich culture of the city. 

Westpoint Shopping Centre

When Westpoint shopping centre set out to revamp its fresh food court, it provided a simple brief – a Mediterranean escape that creates a space of sanctuary and interaction for shoppers. 

The original food court, built in 2006, was fairly conventional – an airy, light-filled space beneath a four-story atrium that housed a few kiosks. Fortunately, that made the perfect canvas to reinvigorate the space in a way that represents the wonderful multicultural demographic of Blacktown. 

With the vision of i2C Architects, skill of TCI Commercial paint applicators and the expertise of Haymes Paint, Westpoint’s brief was in safe hands as the project truly came to life.

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