Waikato and Bay of Plenty Wow

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What a weekend! On Friday night winners of the Waikato and Bay of Plenty 2019 ADNZ Resene Architectural Design Awards were announced. From minimalist Japanese inspired homes to car dealerships and beachside homes, the awards celebrated projects of differing styles, locations and client briefs.

In the Waikato, nine awards were presented to four designers. The award winners are Kris Wilson of Design House Architecture Ltd, Tane Cox of Red Architecture, Noel Jessop of Noel Jessop Architecture and Adam Taylor of Adam Taylor ARCHITECTURE.

Kris Wilson was a major winner on the night, receiving three awards for two projects. His design ‘EUCALYPT-HAUS’ won the Residential New Home between 150m2 and 300m2 Architectural Design Award and the Resene Colour in Design Award. While a Hamilton renovation project also by Kris titled ‘Test of Character’ received the Residential Alterations and Additions Architectural Design Award.

Tane Cox of Red Architecture received two architectural design awards for ‘Shibui House’ located in Tamahere. The home received a Residential New Home over 300m2 Architectural Design Award and the Residential Interiors Architectural Design Award.

Noel Jessop of Noel Jessop Architecture received the Commercial/Industrial Architectural Design Award for his work on the first free-standing Volvo car dealership in New Zealand called ‘Duncan & Ebbett – Volvo’.

In addition to the commercial/industrial award, Noel Jessop also received a Highly Commended in the residential new home between 150m2 and 300m2 category for his work on ‘Durham’, and a Commended in the residential new home over 300m2 category for his work on a Hamilton project titled ‘Open Home’.

Adam Taylor of Adam Taylor ARCHITECTURE received a Highly Commended in the new home over 300m2 category for his design ‘Pauanui Vice’.

In the Bay of Plenty region, five regional awards and two Commended awards were given to four designers. The award winners are Adam Taylor of Adam Taylor ARCHITECTURE, Jonathan McAlpine of TGA Ltd, Will Tatton of Will Tatton Architecture Ltd and Jason MacDonald of JMAC Ltd.

Jonathan McAlpine took away two regional awards and one Commended award. He won a Residential New Home between 150m2 and 300m2 Architectural Design Award for a home titled ‘Pure Forms’, a Residential Interiors Architectural Design Award for a project called ‘Textural Connections’ and was recognised with a Commended award for another design called ‘Timeless Tradition’.

Adam Taylor of Adam Taylor ARCHITECTURE won the Residential Compact New Home up to 150m2 Architectural Design Award for his design ‘Tui’s Nest’.

Will Tatton of Will Tatton Architecture received the Residential Alterations and Additions Architectural Design Award and the Resene Colour in Design Award for a Mt Maunganui home titled ‘Shimmering Skin’.

Jason MacDonald received a Commended award for a Waihi beachfront family home called ‘Tuhua Lookout’.

Regional ADNZ Resene Architectural Design Awards will be held across the country from June through to August in the lead up to the national awards. National award winners and the Supreme Award winner will be announced on Friday 18 October 2019 at a gala awards ceremony in Queenstown.

Congratulations to all the winners.