2018 Houses Awards shortlist: House Alteration and Addition over 200m2

Forty-eight projects from this category have been shortlisted in the 2018 Houses Awards. Winners and commendations will be announced at a gala presentation on Friday 27 July at the Ivy Ballroom in Sydney.

2018 shortlist: House Alteration and Addition over 200m2

102 The Mill – Carter Williamson

Amarelo Terrace – Arent and Pyke

Argyle Street Apartments – Pandolfini Architects

B and B Residence – Hogg and Lamb

Binary House – Christopher Polly Architect

Boneo Country House – John Wardle Architects

Bouwman House – Sam Crawford Architects

Bowden Bajko House – Davis and Davis Architects

Brick Residence Elsternwick – Preston Lane Architects

Crescent House – Deicke Richards

Curatorial House – Arent and Pyke and Luke Moloney Architecture

East Malvern House – Penny Kinsella Architects and Made By Cohen

Elberfeld House – Jane Riddell Architects

Fawkner Street – Workshop Architecture

Glebe Red – Benn and Penna Architecture

Green Gables – Studio Tate

Guerilla Bay – Spaceagency Architects

Halo House – Bayley Ward

Hargrave – CM Studio

Hatherlie – Andrew Simpson Architects

Hawksburn House – Susi Leeton Architects and Interiors

Hiro-En HouseMatt Gibson Architecture and Design

House Howley – Mark Szczerbicki Design Studio

House PranayamaArchitect Prineas

Italianate House – Renato D’Ettorre Architects

James Street Residence – B.E Architecture

King Bill – Austin Maynard Architects

Mawhera Extension – Preston Lane Architects

Millswood House – Studio-Gram with Kate Russo

Minallo Residence – Jaws Architects

Moreton Manor – CO-AP Architects with Design 5 Architects

Morningside Residence – Kieron Gait Architects

North Melbourne Terrace – Matt Gibson Architecture and Design

Palmerston St – Vittino Ashe

Parmelia Street HousePhilip Stejskal Architecture

PerfPad – Northbourne Architecture and Design

Pine St House – Hassell

Port Melbourne House – Winter Architecture

Project Nymph – Zen Architects

Red Hill Residence – Travis Walton Architecture

Sibling House – Grove Architects

St Vincents Place Residence – B.E Architecture

Swanston Street House – Robert Simeoni Architects

The Great Australian Bight – Multiplicity

The Tama Tee House – Luigi Rosselli Architects

Toorak Road House – O’Connor and Houle Architecture and Landscape

Woollahra Terrace – Neeson Murcutt Architects

Yeronga House – Tim Bennetton Architects

The House Alteration and Addition over 200m2 category is supported by Haymes Paint. See the full image gallery of shortlisted projects here.

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