2019 Houses Awards shortlist: New House over 200m2

Thirty-seven projects from this category have been shortlisted in the 2019 Houses Awards. Winners and commendations will be announced at a gala presentation on Friday 26 July at Melbourne’s Plaza Ballroom.

2019 shortlist: New House over 200 m2

Almora House – Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects

Ascot Veil – Wolveridge Architects

Bayside House – Adam Kane Architects

Blade House – Takt Studio

Bluff House – Rob Kennon Architects

Brighton House – Architecture Caisson

Bundeena Beach House – Grove Architects

Bundeena House – RAA Architects

Canopy House – Leeton Pointon Architects and Interiors and Allison Pye Interiors

Castle Cove House – TERROIR in collaboration with Pascale Gomes-McNabb Design

Cloister House – MORQ

Cornerstone House – Splinter Society Architecture

Cove House – Justin Humphrey Architect

Crescent House – Matthew Woodward Architecture

Daylesford Longhouse – Partners Hill

Folding Floor House – Crosshatch

G B House – Renato D’Ettorre Architects

Haverbrack House – Emma Tulloch Architects

Hawthorn House – Edition Office

House at Otago Bay – Topology Studio

House at Prickly Rocks – O’Connor and Houle Architecture and Landscapes

Indooroopilly House – Owen Architecture and Lineburg Wang

Mermaid Beach Residence – B.E Architecture

Mermaid Multihouse – Partners Hill with Hogg and Lamb

Minka Twins – Bureau Proberts

NNE House – Planned Living Architects

North Curl Curl Residence – Andrew Donaldson Architecture and Design

PICARD – David Barr Architects in association with Ross Brewin Architect

Point Lonsdale House – Edition Office

Salmon – FGR Architects

Sea Deck – Tim Ditchfield Architects

Spinnaker House – Sparks Architects

Stirling Residence – Adam Johnson Design

Sugar Gum House – Architects Ink

The Bird Cage – Tim Ditchfield Architects

Torquay House – Eldridge Anderson

Woollahra Courtyard House – CO-AP

The New House over 200 m2 category is supported by PGH Bricks and Pavers. See the full gallery of shortlisted projects here.

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