Home of the Year 2018

Call for en­tries

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Home of the Year is the country’s most pres­ti­gious – and lu­cra­tive – prize for res­i­den­tial ar­chi­tec­ture. The awards cel­e­brate the best New Zealand homes: the win­ners are unique in­ter­sec­tions be­tween a client’s needs and an ar­chi­tect’s vision. We’re now call­ing for en­tries in the 2018 awards, seek­ing build­ings large and small from New Zealand ar­chi­tects across four sub-cat­e­gories – Small, City, Re­treat and Multi-Unit – as well as the supreme Home of the Year.

The 2018 awards will be judged by Melissa Bright, of Make Ar­chi­tec­ture in Mel­bourne, along with Ni­cholas Stevens of Stevens Law­son Ar­chi­tects. Bright is a multi-award win­ning ar­chi­tect known for her beau­ti­ful and play­ful res­i­den­tial work in and around Mel­bourne. She has won na­tional awards for her houses and was named a ris­ing star of Aus­tralian ar­chi­tec­ture in 2011. Stevens, mean­while, has won Home of the Year no fewer than three times.

En­tries due: 5pm Mon­day 11 De­cem­ber 2017

For an en­try form, please email home­oftheyear@bauer­me­dia.co.nz or visit home­stolove.co.nz/home­oftheyear

From top This fam­ily home in Cam­bridge by Chris Beer won Home of Year 2017; Herbst Ar­chi­tects’ win­ning home for 2016 was in the Coro­man­del; Richard Naish won the pres­ti­gious prize in 2015 for the Auck­land home he designed for his fam­ily.

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