2013 Houses Awards: High Commendations

Twenty one projects received high commendations at the 2013 Houses Awards.

New House Over 200m2

House in a Warehouse (Vic) – Splinter Society Architecture
Main Ridge Residence (Vic) – McAllister Alcock Architects
One Wybelenna (Qld) – Shaun Lockyer Architects
Operable Facade Pittwater (NSW) – Andrew Burges Architects
Stewart House (NSW) – Chenchow Little Architects

New House Under 200m2

Undercroft Beach House (NSW) – Neeson Murcutt Architects

House Alterations & Additions Under 200m2

Boston Street House (Qld) – James Russell Architect
Cowshed House (NSW) – Carterwilliamson Architects
Newmarket Valley-House (Qld) – Owen and Vokes and Peters

House Alterations & Additions Over 200m2

House Chapple (NSW) – Tribe Studio
House House (Vic) – Andrew Maynard Architects
Park Lane House (Vic) – Kennedy Nolan Architects
St Lucia House (Qld) – Owen and Vokes and Peters
Taringa House (Qld) – Loucas Zahos Architects
The White House (Vic) – Nixon Tulloch Fortey Architecture

Apartment, Unit or townhouse

East Kimberley Development Package Transitional Housing (WA) – Iredale Pedersen Hook
The Studio (NSW) – Nicholas Gurney


Conservation and Adaptive Reuse of the former Presbyterian Manse Moruya (NSW) – Peter Freeman Conservation Architects + Planners


Little Brick Studio (Vic) – Make Architecture
Stewart House (NSW) – Chenchow Little Architects with Spirit Level Designers


Austinmer Beach House (NSW) – Alexander Symes Architect in association with G+V Architecture
House in a Warehouse (Vic) – Splinter Society Architecture

See more, visit housesawards.com.au/gallery.



Published online: 25 Jul 2013
Images: Andrew Metcalf for HHT, Brett Boardman, Derek Swalwell, John Gollings, Jon Linkins, Katherine Lu, Mindi Cooke, Nicholas Watt, Peter Bennetts, Peter Clarke, Scott Burrows, Toby Scott, Tom Ross


Houses, August 2013

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