2012 Houses Awards finalists announced

The 2012 Houses Awards finalists across eight categories were announced on 2 May, 2012. Click on the links below to view the finalists in each category:

New House under 200 m²
New House over 200 m²
House Alteration & Addition under 200 m²
House Alteration & Addition over 200 m²
Apartment, Unit or Townhouse

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The annual Houses Awards programme celebrates Australia’s best residential projects. Each year, the entries provide a unique insight into contemporary residential design.

The 2012 judging panel includes Brit Andresen, Chris Connell, James Jones and Rachel Neeson, together with heritage specialist Peter Williams and Cameron Bruhn from Houses magazine.

Be there for the announcement of the 2012 winners at a gala presentation on 26 July, to be held at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.

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