Wednesday, August 3, 2011
We're delighted to announce that the winner of the HOME New Zealand Home of the Year 2011 is the Kare Kare House, designed by Michael O'Sullivan of Bull O'Sullivan Architects. You can read all about it in the new issue of HOME, on newsstands from tomorrow, August 4. Thanks again to our awards partner, Altherm Window Systems.
This house by David Ponting and Matt Fitzgerald of Ponting Fitzgerald was shortlisted for the Home of the Year 2011.
Architect Richard Naish of RTA Studio designed this Auckland house for himself, his wife and three children. It's a finalist in this year's Home of the Year award.
This year we worked with Wellington's Gibson Group to produce short films of each of the shortlisted homes in the Home of the Year award (thanks to our camera operators, Jon Bowden and Gary Hopper, and editor Colin Hodson). Here's a look inside the winning home by Michael O'Sullivan of Bull O'Sullivan Architects. As always, remember to pick up a copy of our August/September issue for full coverage of this home and the others in the award.
This home by Daniel Marshall of Daniel Marshall Architects was a finalist in our Home of the Year award 2011. Enjoy full coverage of all the homes in the Home of the Year award in the August/September issue of the magazine.
Another of our Home of the Year 2011 finalists: The Garden Shed House by Melling Morse Architects. The August/September issue of HOME features full coverage, including plans, Peter Wood's great story, and Paul McCredie's beautiful photographs.
The vineyard house by Marshall Cook of Cook, Sargisson & Pirie is one of the four finalists in the Home of the Year 2011. This online short film was shot by Jon Bowden when we visited the home on our Home of the Year judging journey. Full details are in the current issue of HOME New Zealand.
This Wellington house by Simon Twose was shortlisted in the Home of the Year award 2011. Look out for it in an upcoming issue of the magazine.
The Waiwhero Farm House near Nelson was designed by Hugh Tennent of Tennent + Brown Architects, and was shortlisted for this year's Home of the Year award. Look out for it in an upcoming issue of the magazine.
The Park Point House by Vaughn McQuarrie was shortlisted for the Home of the Year award 2011. This short film was shot by Jon Bowden and edited by Colin Hodson.
The Little Oneroa House by Matt Brew of Auckland's Cantilever Architects was shortlisted for the Home of the Year award 2011. Look out for it in an upcoming issue of the magazine.