The City of Adelaide Prize is a category within the prestigious South Australian Architecture Awards Program.

The City of Adelaide Prize recognises innovative projects that enliven the City’s public spaces and engage with the community.

The City of Adelaide and the Australian Institute of Architects are working together to support the enhancement of public spaces in the City.

Vote for the project you feel best represents this.

Vote for your favourite project and go in the draw to WIN a $100 voucher to Part Time Lover and a set of three books from the Jam Factory’s Art Design Architecture collection: Concrete. Steel. Glass.

Sheridan Kiosk

BB Architects

The Sheridan Kiosk is located at the front of Lot Fourteen, the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site on North Terrace, which is being redeveloped into a world-class innovation neighbourhood for work, study, and exploration. The building acts as an entry focus and the prime food and beverage service location to the Lot Fourteen site.

The Sheridan Kiosk was built in 1925 with a bequest to be both a kiosk to the hospital and a memorial to Keith Sheridan. The money was donated by Sheridan’s two daughters, Alice Keith Sheridan, and Violet Simpson.

The project was to restore, conserve and adaptively reuse the building, returning it to its original function and as close to its original form as possible. This involved stripping the structure back to the remaining original significant historic elements, and only introducing minimal contemporary elements to make the building functional and comply with modern standards.

Voting for the City of Adelaide prize has now closed.