Architecture Awards winners
Winners of the recent 2021 Canterbury/Westland ADNZ Resene Architectural Design Awards range from commercial and industrial to residential.
Craig South of South Architects won four categories, including the Multi-Unit Dwelling Award for his work on the ‘Peterborough Housing Co-operative’ in Christchurch’s central city.
Based around the co-housing philosophies from Europe and America, the ‘Peterborough Housing Co-operative’ is 14 residential units, in a variety of unit sizes and levels, created alongside a large Common House and shared utility spaces. ADNZ judges described the project as “very well-executed and very timely.”
South also won the best Regional Residential New Home over 300m2 for a Cashmere home titled ‘Folded Roof Home’, 2021 Regional Commercial/Industrial Award for his design of ‘Halswell Quarry Preschool’, and a Commended Award in the Residential New Home between 150m2 and 300m2 Category for his work on an ‘Alpine Holiday Home’ in Castle Hill.
Mitchell Coll of Coll Architecture won two awards for his project ‘Cox Street’ in Merivale – the Regional Residential Interiors Award and a Highly Commended Award in the Residential New Home over 300m2 Category. Coll also won the Regional Commercial Interior Award and the Resene Colour in Design Award for his work alongside Pippin Wright-Stow of F3 Design on an unconventional office space in the heart of the central city.
Greg Young and Andy McLeod of Young Architects won the 2021 Regional Residential Interiors Award for their design ‘The Christchurch Style Revival’ at Moncks Spur.
Young also received a Commended Award in the Residential Alterations and Additions category for his work on the project.
Together with Andy McLeod, Young additionally won a Commended Residential Interiors Award for their Neo M.C.M project, a modernist design utilising exposed steel and timber to enhance the rich colour palette and subtle patterns.
Architectural Designer Richard Humphries of Shaped Architecture Ltd won the Regional Residential New Home up to 150m2 Award for his design ‘Lyttelton Cube’, which replaced an earthquake-damaged cottage on a 389m2 mostly flat site in Lyttelton with a modern three-bedroom home measuring just 52m2 per floor, over two levels.
Ben Brady of Linetype Architectural took home awards in the Regional Residential New Home between 150m2 and 300m2, and the Residential Alterations and Additions categories.
Commended winners were Barry Connor Design, Sam Connell Architecture, Bob Burnett Architecture, Site Architecture Limited, Jackson + Jackson Architectural Design, Stufkens + Chambers Architects, and Objects Ltd.
The national awards will be presented on October 29 in Dunedin.