Australia, vote for your favourite house!

The Australian Institute of Architects has named the 11 residential projects eligible for the 2015 People’s Choice Award.

For the second year running, all projects shortlisted for the National Architecture Awards categories of Residential Architecture– Houses (New) and Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions) will be put to the public in a popular contest. In 2014, the People’s Choice Award received over 4,000 votes.

The eligible projects are:

Balmoral House (NSW) – Clinton Murray + Polly Harbison

Bethanga House (Vic) – tUG workshop

Light House (NSW) – Peter Stutchbury Architecture

Local House (Vic) – Make Architecture

Orama (NSW) – Smart Design Studio

Planchonella House (Qld) – Jesse Bennett Architect Builder

Sawmill House (Vic) – Archier

The Edge (Qld) – Charles Wright Architect

Tower House (Vic) – Andrew Maynard Architects

Villa Marittima, St Andrews Beach (Vic) – Robin Williams Architect

Walter Street Terrace (NSW) – David Boyle Architect

Voting will be open until 5pm Wednesday 28 October and the winner of the People’s Choice will be announced on Friday 30 October ahead of the National Architecture Awards presentation on 5 November. To vote, click here.

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