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The winners of the 2018 Houses Awards have been announced recognising a diverse collection of “truly Australian” homes.
A look at the winners of the 2018 Houses Awards
The Houses Awards is one of the most prestigious architectural awards in Australia that honours the country’s creative talent. In its eighth year, the panel of jurors had the challenging task of judging the incredible 477 entries.
As with previous years, there were a number of categories including best New House under 200 m2, Apartment or Unit and best Emerging Architecture Practice, there can only be one house of the year.
Winning the 2018 Houses Awards ‘Australian House of the Year is the sculpture form of Sydney’s Northern Beaches ‘Cabbage Tree House’ designed by Peter Stutchbury Architecture. The jury described the project as a “complete Australian house that authentically and poetically embraces its landscape setting.”
We’re thrilled Peter Sturchbury will join a panel of critics at the 2018 Glenn Murrcutt Masterclass held in the Eco Outdoor Waterloo showroom. Read more here.
Below, we list the 2018 Houses Awards winners.
Australian House Of The Year
‘Cabbage Tree House’ by Peter Stutchbury Architecture
New House Over 200 square metres
Cabbage Tree House by Peter Stutchbury Architecture
New House Under 200 square metres
Springhill House by Lovell Burton Architecture
House Alteration and Addition Over 200 square metres
Morningside Residence by Kieron Gait Architects
House Alteration and Addition Under 200 square metres – Joint Winners
Hole in the Roof House by Rachel Neeson and Stephen Neille
Terrarium House by John Ellway
Apartment or Unit
Boneca Apartment by Brad Swartz Architects
Nightingale 1 by Breathe Architecture
House in a Heritage Context
Bolt Hole by Panov Scott Architects
Garden or Landscape
Coastal Garden House by Neeson Murcut Architects with 360 Degrees
Emerging Architecture Practice – Joint Winners
Brad Swartz Architects
Zuzana & Nicholas
For a more detailed look at each project, click here.