2020 Houses Awards shortlist: House in a Heritage Context

Twenty projects from this category have been shortlisted in the 2020 Houses Awards. Winners and commendations will be announced on 31 July.

2020 shortlist: House in a Heritage Context

Atop a Shop – Tsai Design

Cardigan Place Residence – MA Architects

Clinker Brick House – Studio Bright

Concert Hall House – Pandolfini Architects

Darlinghurst House – Brad Swartz Architects

Drill Hall House – Tobias Partners

Elwood House – AM Architecture

Fitzroy North House 02 – Rob Kennon Architects

Gallery House – Grove Architects

Harry and Viv’s House – Ha

Northcote Residence III – Project 12 Architecture

Paddington House 05 – Alison Nobbs and Sean Radford

Park Life – Architecture Architecture

Rae Rae House – Austin Maynard Architects

Ruckers Hill House – Studio Bright

Sorrento House – Cera Stribley

Split House – FMD Architects

Subiaco House – Vokes and Peters

Symmons Plains – Cumulus Studio

Welcome to the Jungle House – C Plus C Architectural Workshop

The House in a Heritage Context category is supported by the Heritage Council of Victoria. See the full gallery of shortlisted projects here.

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