Tag: Houses Awards

Planchonella House by Jesse Bennett Studio
Projects | Editorial Desk AAU | 7 Jul 2020

Talking Houses with Jesse Bennett: Planchonella House

In this Talking Houses video, Jesse Bennett and Anne Marie Campagnolo reflect on their remarkable first home together, Planchonella House.

Darling Point Apartment by Chenchow Little.
Projects | Editorial Desk AAU | 1 Jul 2020

Talking Houses with Chenchow Little:
Darling Point Apartment

In this video, Tony Chenchow and Stephanie Little return to the Darling Point Apartment to literally unfold the elements of this tranquil apartment.

Auchenflower House by Vokes and Peters.
Projects | Editorial Desk AAU | 26 Jun 2020

Talking Houses with Vokes and Peters: Auchenflower House

In this third instalment of the Design Speaks video series celebrating 10 years of the Houses Awards, Stuart Vokes and Aaron Peters share the story of the Auchenflower House.

Shearer's Quarters by John Wardle Architects.
Projects | Editorial Desk AAU | 22 Jun 2020

Talking Houses with John Wardle:
Shearer’s Quarters

In this second instalment of the video series, John Wardle shares the story of Shearer’s Quarters, winner of the Australian House of the Year in 2012.

Cabbage Tree House by Peter Stutchbury Architecture, winner of the 2018 Australian House of the Year.
Projects | Editorial Desk AAU | 15 Jun 2020

Talking Houses with Peter Stutchbury:
Cabbage Tree House

This new Houses Awards video series shares the stories, ideas and experience of living in past winners of the Australian House of the Year.

Auchenflower House by Vokes and Peters, the 2017 Australian House of the Year.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 18 Jan 2018

Entries open: 2018 Houses Awards

Entry is now open to the 2018 Houses Awards, which celebrate Australia’s best residential projects.

Spatial complexity and experiential interest are bestowed upon the occupants while garden, sightlines and streetscape are ceremoniously delivered back to the neighbourhood.
Projects | Michelle Bailey | 11 Aug 2017

Quiet achiever: Auchenflower House

Carefully attuned to its site, this alteration and addition to a inter-war Queenslander by Vokes and Peters is about “making minimum disturbance while achieving maximum impact.”

Auchenflower House by Vokes and Peters.
Award | Editorial Desk AAU | 5 Aug 2017

Winners announced: 2017 Houses Awards

The winners of the 2017 Houses Awards have been announced, with a sensitive, yet memorable adaptation of a traditional Queenslander taking out the top honour.

Auchenflower House by Vokes and Peters.
Award | 4 Aug 2017

2017 Houses Awards: House Alteration and Addition under 200 m2

Auchenflower House by Vokes and Peters

Windywoppa (NSW) by Collins Caddaye Architects.
Award | 4 Aug 2017

2017 Houses Awards: Commendations

Sixteen projects and three emerging practices have been commended in the 2017 Houses Awards.

Auchenflower House by Vokes and Peters.
Award | 4 Aug 2017

2017 Houses Awards: Australian House of the Year

Auchenflower House by Vokes and Peters

Garden Pavilion by BLOXAS.
Award | 4 Aug 2017

2017 Houses Awards: Sustainability

Garden Pavilion by BLOXAS

Fish Creek House by Edition Office.
Award | 4 Aug 2017

2017 Houses Awards: Sustainability

Fish Creek House by Edition Office

Waterloo House by Anthony Gill Architects with Budwise Garden Design.
Award | 4 Aug 2017

2017 Houses Awards: Outdoor

Waterloo House by Anthony Gill Architects with Budwise Garden Design

Bobhubski by March Studio.
Award | 4 Aug 2017

2017 Houses Awards: Apartment or Unit

Bobhubski by March Studio

A Pavilion Between Trees by Branch Studio Architects.
Award | 4 Aug 2017

2017 Houses Awards: House Alteration and Addition under 200 m2

A Pavilion Between Trees by Branch Studio Architects

Fish Creek House by Edition Office.
Award | 4 Aug 2017

2017 Houses Awards: New House over 200 m2

Fish Creek House by Edition Office

Balnarring Retreat by Branch Studio Architects.
Award | 4 Aug 2017

2017 Houses Awards: New House under 200 m2

Balnarring Retreat by Branch Studio Architects

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