Honours Class 1 Bachelor of Architecture
Awarded to Victor Young, by The University of Sydney.

James Hardie Prize
Awarded to Victor Young, by The University of Sydney,
for excellence in detailing materials.

2019 International Patent for the Orbilift Climbing Robot
Awarded to inventor Victor Young, under the International
Patent Cooperation Treaty PCT, for a mechanical
undercarriage that allows robotic transporters and
mobility devices to climb stairs and carry heavy loads,
with absolute stability.

2018 NSW Architecture Awards: Commendation
For Residential Architecture - Multiple Housing
Project: Inkmakers Place, Green Square, City of Sydney
Location: 31 Queen St Beaconsfield, NSW, Australia.
Description: Nine terrace houses in a garden setting.
Awarded to: Victor Young, Jensen Young Pty Ltd
by the Australian Institute of Architects

2013 MBA Excellence in Construction Award
for the National Institute of Dramatic Art,
Nancy Fairfax Foyer Galleries & the Atrium Theatre.

Given to Carfax Commercial Constructions Pty Ltd;
with architectural design and construction detailing by
Victor Young, Jensen Young Pty Ltd.

Innovation Patent #2011100357
Granted to Victor Young by the Australian Government,
through IP Australia, for inventing an aquatic ramp that
gives wheelchair users improved access to water.
An example has been constructed at Watsons Bay Baths,
Sydney Harbour. 2011

Innovation Patent #2010100440
Granted jointly to Victor Young and Patrick Jensen by the
Australian Government, through IP Australia, for inventing
a new genre of tensile fabric structure.
It has been engineered, costed and reviewed for use at
Sydney Olympic Park. 2010

Design for Northern Osaka Station Area, Japan
Shortlisted Exhibit at the TN Probe Gallery, Tokyo

International urban design competition for 12 hectares of
land owned by Japan Rail in Osaka. Victor Young
proposed a multifunction civic centre and botanical
gardens. 2003

Landcom, Victoria Park Stage 3, Competition Winner
Awarded by the NSW State Government for the
redevelopment of five city blocks in Sydney.
Victor Young was contracted as a competition designer,
setting out the winning, high-density
residential layout, for Stanisic Turner Architects. 2000

National Trust Category 1 Heritage Award
For the Sir Henry Parkes Memorial School of Arts, in
Tenterfield - a Centenery of Federation project.
Victor Young developed construction details for the new
library, whilst at Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects. 2002

Award for Innovative Residential Design,
South Sydney Council

Victoria Park residential development, Green Square,
Sydney. Victor Young was project team leader, whilst at
Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects. 2001