2017 Houses Awards shortlist: House Alteration and Addition Over 200 m2

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Allen Key House by Architect Prineas.

Allen Key House by Architect Prineas. Image: Chris Warnes

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Amado House by Make Architecture.

Amado House by Make Architecture. Image: Peter Bennetts

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Bayside Residence by Hayball.

Bayside Residence by Hayball. Image: Peter Clarke

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Belmont House by Kennedy Nolan.

Belmont House by Kennedy Nolan. Image: Derek Swalwell

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Burleigh Street House by ME.

Burleigh Street House by ME. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Davies Street Residence by Studiofour.

Davies Street Residence by Studiofour. Image: Shannon McGrath

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Dorman House by Austin Maynard Architects.

Dorman House by Austin Maynard Architects. Image: Peter Bennetts

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East Melbourne Terrace by Wolveridge Architects.

East Melbourne Terrace by Wolveridge Architects. Image: Derek Swalwell

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Elsternwick House by Clare Cousins Architects.

Elsternwick House by Clare Cousins Architects. Image: Lisbeth Grosman

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Gibbon Street by Cavill Architects.

Gibbon Street by Cavill Architects. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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High Noon by Clare Cousins Architects.

High Noon by Clare Cousins Architects. Image: Shannon McGrath

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Lindfield House by Tribe Studio Architects.

Lindfield House by Tribe Studio Architects. Image: Katherine Lu

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Maitland House by Kennedy Nolan.

Maitland House by Kennedy Nolan. Image: Derek Swalwell

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Max’s House by Pleysier Perkins.

Max’s House by Pleysier Perkins. Image: Dan Hocking

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Nolan House by Coy Yiontis Architects.

Nolan House by Coy Yiontis Architects. Image: Peter Clarke

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Pond House “Marrandillas” by Nic Owen Architects.

Pond House “Marrandillas” by Nic Owen Architects. Image: Christine Francis

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Reid St House by Neil Architecture.

Reid St House by Neil Architecture. Image: Hilary Bradford

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Sheppard Wilson by Sam Crawford Architects.

Sheppard Wilson by Sam Crawford Architects. Image: Brett Boardman

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St Kilda West House by Ewert Leaf.

St Kilda West House by Ewert Leaf. Image: Derek Swalwell

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Streamline Modern House by Folk Architects.

Streamline Modern House by Folk Architects. Image: Peter Bennetts

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The Courtyard House by Kister Architects.

The Courtyard House by Kister Architects. Image: Peter Bennetts

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The Craftsman’s House by Pleysier Perkins.

The Craftsman’s House by Pleysier Perkins. Image: Dan Hocking

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Victoria Gardens House by Lucy Clemenger Architects.

Victoria Gardens House by Lucy Clemenger Architects. Image: Shannon McGrath

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Twenty-three projects from this category have been shortlisted in the 2017 Houses Awards. Winners and commendations will be announced at a gala presentation on Friday 4 August at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne. See the full image gallery of shortlisted projects here.

2017 shortlist: House Alteration and Addition Over 200 m2

Allen Key House – Architect Prineas

Amado House – Make Architecture

Bayside Residence – Hayball

Belmont House – Kennedy Nolan

Burleigh Street House – ME

Davies Street Residence – Studiofour

Dorman House – Austin Maynard Architects

East Melbourne Terrace – Wolveridge Architects

Elsternwick House – Clare Cousins Architects

Gibbon Street – Cavill Architects

High Noon – Clare Cousins Architects

Lindfield House – Tribe Studio Architects

Maitland House – Kennedy Nolan

Max’s House – Pleysier Perkins

Nolan House – Coy Yiontis Architects

Pond House “Marrandillas” – Nic Owen Architects

Reid St House – Neil Architecture

Sheppard Wilson – Sam Crawford Architects

St Kilda West House – Ewert Leaf

Streamline Modern House – Folk Architects

The Courtyard House – Kister Architects

The Craftsman’s House – Pleysier Perkins

Victoria Gardens House – Lucy Clemenger Architects

The House Alteration and Addition over 200 m2 category is supported by Haymes.


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