2015 NZ Architecture Awards: Residential

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Enduring Architecture winner: Coleraine House (1980) by Athfield Architects.

Enduring Architecture winner: Coleraine House (1980) by Athfield Architects. Image: Euan Sarginsson

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Enduring Architecture Award: Gibbs House (1985) by Mitchell & Stout Architects.

Enduring Architecture Award: Gibbs House (1985) by Mitchell & Stout Architects. Image: Supplied

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Housing winner: Ostend Family Home by Bull O'Sullivan Architecture.

Housing winner: Ostend Family Home by Bull O’Sullivan Architecture. Image: Simon Devitt

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Housing winner: Ostend Family Home by Bull O'Sullivan Architecture.

Housing winner: Ostend Family Home by Bull O’Sullivan Architecture. Image: Simon Devitt

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Housing winner: Red House by Cross Clarke Carnachan Architects.

Housing winner: Red House by Cross Clarke Carnachan Architects. Image: Simon Devitt

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Housing winner: Red House by Cross Clarke Carnachan Architects.

Housing winner: Red House by Cross Clarke Carnachan Architects. Image: Simon Devitt

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Housing winner: Castle Rock House by Herbst Architects.

Housing winner: Castle Rock House by Herbst Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Housing winner: Castle Rock House by Herbst Architects.

Housing winner: Castle Rock House by Herbst Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Housing winner: Boatsheds by SGA Ltd – Strachan Group Architects and Rachael Rush.

Housing winner: Boatsheds by SGA Ltd – Strachan Group Architects and Rachael Rush. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Housing winner: Boatsheds by SGA Ltd – Strachan Group Architects and Rachael Rush.

Housing winner: Boatsheds by SGA Ltd – Strachan Group Architects and Rachael Rush. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Housing winner: In-Situ House by Stevens Lawson Architects.

Housing winner: In-Situ House by Stevens Lawson Architects. Image: Mark Smith

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Housing winner: In-Situ House by Stevens Lawson Architects.

Housing winner: In-Situ House by Stevens Lawson Architects. Image: Mark Smith

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Housing – Alterations & Additions winner: Clevedon Estate by Herbst Architects.

Housing – Alterations & Additions winner: Clevedon Estate by Herbst Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Housing – Alterations & Additions winner: Clevedon Estate by Herbst Architects.

Housing – Alterations & Additions winner: Clevedon Estate by Herbst Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Housing – Alterations & Additions winner: Sod the Villa by Malcolm Walker Architects.

Housing – Alterations & Additions winner: Sod the Villa by Malcolm Walker Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Housing – Alterations & Additions winner: Sod the Villa by Malcolm Walker Architects.

Housing – Alterations & Additions winner: Sod the Villa by Malcolm Walker Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Housing – Multi Unit winner: Clyde Quay Wharf Apartments by Athfield Architects.

Housing – Multi Unit winner: Clyde Quay Wharf Apartments by Athfield Architects. Image: Jason Mann

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Housing – Multi Unit winner: Clyde Quay Wharf Apartments by Athfield Architects.

Housing – Multi Unit winner: Clyde Quay Wharf Apartments by Athfield Architects. Image: Aaron Openshaw

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Housing – Multi Unit winner: Marshall Court Apartments for City Housing WCC by Designgroup Stapleton Elliott.

Housing – Multi Unit winner: Marshall Court Apartments for City Housing WCC by Designgroup Stapleton Elliott. Image: Paul McCredie

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Housing – Multi Unit winner: Marshall Court Apartments for City Housing WCC by Designgroup Stapleton Elliott.

Housing – Multi Unit winner: Marshall Court Apartments for City Housing WCC by Designgroup Stapleton Elliott. Image: Paul McCredie

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New Zealand’s leading architecture awards have been dispensed at a sold out gala event in Auckland’s War Memorial Museum on 30 October.
The National Awards celebrated the best architecture in the country as well as recognise architects whose work is enhancing local communities.
Among the 28 projects that were rewarded were 11 stunning residential projects.

Pictorial gallery of the 11 winning residential projects above, with a list of those winners below. For a full list of all NZIA winners on the night visit architecturenow.co.nz

SIR IAN ATHFIELD AWARD FOR HOUSING:

ENDURING ARCHITECTURE CATEGORY:

  • Gibbs House (1985), Auckland by Mitchell & Stout Architects
  • Coleraine House (1980), Havelock North by Athfield Architects

HOUSING CATEGORY:

  • Ostend Family Home, Waiheke Island by Bull O’Sullivan Architects
  • Red House, Auckland by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects
  • Castle Rock House, Northland by Herbst Architects
  • Boatsheds, Auckland by Strachan Group Architects
  • In-Situ House, Auckland by Stevens Lawson Architects

HOUSING - ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS CATEGORY:

  • Clevedon Estate, Auckland by Herbst Architects
  • ‘Sod the Villa’, Auckland by Malcolm Walker Architects

HOUSING - MULTI UNIT CATEGORY:

  • Clyde Quay Wharf Apartments, Wellington by Athfield Architects
  • Marshall Court Apartments for City Housing WCC, Wellington, by Designgroup Stapleton Elliott

SMALL PROJECT ARCHITECTURE CATEGORY:

  • Lyttelton Studio Retreat by Bull O’Sullivan Architects

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