2020 Houses Awards shortlist: Sustainability

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

2019 shortlist: Sustainability

A House for All Seasons – Poly Studio

Atop a Shop – Tsai Design

Ballast Point House – Fox Johnston

Bardolph Gardens – Breathe Architecture

Bismarck House – Andrew Burges Architects

Bonview House – Phooey Architects

Breezeway House – David Boyle Architect

Casa X – Branch Studio Architects

Clovelly Apartment James Garvan Architecture

Courtyard House for Fabprefab – Chrofi with Fabprefab

Edgar’s Creek House – Breathe Architecture

Garden House – BKK Architects

JJ House – Bokey Grant Architects

Long House – Clare Cousins Architects

Owl Woods Passive House – Talina Edwards Architecture

Park Life – Architecture Architecture

Ruckers Hill House – Studio Bright

Ruskin Elwood – Hip V. Hype and Fieldwork

Ryde Street House – Bence Mulcahy

The Good Life House – Mrtn Architects

Upside Down Akubra House – Alexander Symes Architect

Vaucluse Garden – Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture

Wallis Lake House – Matthew Woodward Architecture

Waratah Secondary House – Anthrosite

Warehouse/Greenhouse – Breathe Architecture

Welcome to the Jungle House – C Plus C Architectural Workshop

The Sustainability category is supported by Sussex. See the full gallery of shortlisted projects here.

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