Awards

2017 ADNZ | Resene Regional Architectural Design Awards

Waikato / Bay of Plenty Resene Colour in Design Award and Peoples Choice Award Holcroft House

Judges’ comments –
“The neutral palette has been enhanced
by a clever use of repletion and texture.
Lighting has been used to beam through
the boundaries and create a new
dimension.”

2016 ADNZ | Resene Regional Architectural Design Awards

Waikato / Bay of Plenty Peoples Choice Award Ridgeline House

Judges’ comments –
The judges commented that an uncomplicated
building shelters behind a blade of corten steel.
This design is a bold gesture in the landscape.

2015 ADNZ | Resene Regional Architectural Design Awards

Waikato / Bay of Plenty People’s Choice Award Bidois House

2014 ADNZ | Resene National Architectural Design Awards

Winner Norton House – Residential Additions & Alterations

Judges’ comments –
This conversion of a simple coastal house has produced a bold and elegant design. The existing house has been absorbed into a clear disciplined plan with crisp detailing. Colours and materials create a collection of calm spaces from which to enjoy the spectacular natural environment.

2013 ADNZ Regional Architectural Design Awards

Waikato / Bay of Plenty Winner Campbell House – New Homes up to 150m2

Winner Jull House – New Homes over 300m2

2013 ADNZ | Resene National Architectural Design Awards

Winner Campbell House – New Homes up to 150m2

Judges’ comments –
The judges were impressed at how much had been fitted in by the designer in under 150sq metre floor area. A charming house and the presentation has been very, very well designed. The plan has been very well arranged with a clear division around a slice of circulation that runs through the building, opening up the view to the harbour beyond. Planning is simple and uncontrived. The entrance is truly spectacular, probably the best entrance that the judges saw in the whole of their judging. Finalist Jull House – New Homes over 300m2

Judges’ comments –
The plan has a completeness and is well resolved with separation of entertainment areas and private sleeping areas. This is a project where symmetry works well to provide order in an otherwise informal and casual landscape arrangement.

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