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2011 Houses Awards finalists – alterations and additions, small residences, outdoor and sustainability

The inaugural Houses Awards, presented at the Plaza Ballroom in Melbourne in July 2011, included seventy-one finalists over seven categories – New House under 200m²; New House over 200m²; House Alteration and Additions under 200m²; House Alteration and Additions over 200m²; Apartment, Unit or Townhouse; Outdoor and Sustainability. The projects were judged by a well respected jury made up of Camilla Block of Durbach Block Jaggers; Paul Owen of Owen & Vokes; Kerry Phelan of Kerry Phelan Design Office; the national president of the Australian Institute of Architects and director of Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, Brian Zulaikha; Cameron Bruhn of Architecture Media and Scott Drake of the University of Melbourne.

You can see the finalists in the House Alteration and Addition under 200m²; House Alteration and Addition over 200m²; Apartment, Unit or Townhouse; Outdoor and Sustainability categories in the image gallery above. The finalists from the other categories are featured in 2011 Houses Awards finalists gallery 1.

You can view the high commendations in 2011 Houses Awards high commendations and the award-winning projects are featured separately in the Awards sections.

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Published online: 21 Sep 2011

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Houses, August 2011

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