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ISSUE 04 2019

Recognising good building design in Australia


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Sponsors & Acknowledgements Design Matters acknowledges with thanks, the sponsors of the 2019 Building Design Awards

Judges

Design Matters

Ingrid Hornung, MBDAV Building Designer, Designs For You

Web designmatters.org.au

Darren Cole-Sinclair, MBDAV Building Designer, DCS Design Dina Malathounis, MBDAV Building Designer, Junctions 90 Jeremy Spencer, MBDAV Designer and Builder, Positive Footprints Pty Ltd Ashley Thompson Senior Planner, Director of Clause: 1 Planning

Final Judging – Student Awards Staff of Dig Design

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Contents Awarded

Awarded 2019 08 From the President 10 Building Design of the Year Vibe Design Group Moat’s Corner

Residential Design 14 New House $300K-$600K Construction Cost Beaumont Concepts Backbeach Project 16 New House $600K-$1M Construction Cost GLOW Design Group Village House 18 New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) Biophilia — Slate House Northcote 20 Commendation Maxa Design Heathmont Passive House 22 New House over $3M Construction Cost Vibe Design Group Moat’s Corner 24 Best Environmentally Sustainable Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) Biophilia — Slate House Northcote 26 Multi-Residential Holman Designs Pty Ltd Same but Different 28 Alterations & Additions up to $250K Construction Cost Sync Design Hope Street 30 Alterations & Additions $250K-$500K Construction Cost Maison Co Corner Store

32 Alterations & Additions $500K-$1M Construction Cost Sketch Building Design Pty Ltd Project Armadale 34 Alterations & Additions over $1M Construction Cost Peter Jackson Design P/L Kilburn 36 Restoration Rachcoff Vella Architecture Pty Ltd Firewood and Candles 38 Heritage Another Dimension Building Design Kirrewur Court Restoration & Additions 40 Best Small Lot Drake Design Elwood Residence 42 Commendation Maison Co Corner Store 44 Interior Rachcoff Vella Architecture Pty Ltd Firewood and Candles STUDIOMINT Beaumaris Residence

Non-Residential Design 48 Alterations & Additions JJC Design Traralgon Bowls Club — Indoor Bowls Centre 50 New Project Crosier Scott Architects Holmesglen Student Hub & Learning Commons 52 Interior STUDIOMINT Yamaha Music Australia 54 Commendation STUDIOMINT Civilex

Excellence in 56 Use of Glass Nagydesign Urban Oasis 57 Use of Lightweight Materials GLOW Design Group Village House 58 Use of Masonry Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) Biophilia — Slate House Northcote 60 Use of Recycled Materials Woodend Building Design Kyneton Red Brick House 61 Use of Metal Project Now Westlab 62 Use of Timber Project Now Aspect Parade 63 Documentation Green Sheep Collective Magnolia Soul

James Hardie Award 64

G  LOW Design Group Village House

Most Innovative Design 66 Bathroom Design Unity Villa Essence 68 Kitchen Sketch Building Design Pty Ltd Project Armadale

Emerging Designers 70 Student awards

Entrants 72 Index


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From the President

From the President Dominique Hunter

As an association we have been working hard to demonstrate leadership, drive excellence and provide support for our members – all the while cementing our position as a leading voice, and resource, within our industry. Educating members, the industry and consumers about who we are and what we do. All in preparation for now. So, what is now? We have come to an age of confidence. A time where what our members want or need from us is changing. A time where we need to adapt to ensure we have the right tools to provide our members with guidance, support and abundant opportunities for growth.

Today, everything we do is centred around experience. Whether that be the experience our members have with our association, their clients’ experience with them while designing a building, or the lived experience our members are trying to create in any setting – every step of the journey matters.

But why now? The building design profession has evolved. While the focus has always been on ‘good design’, it is no longer just about delivering on the client brief. It is about celebrating our profession’s ability to see beyond the brief and value the human experience, and the experience of what good design brings - interaction, collaboration, feeling.

While our members are busy working hard to deliver highquality design outcomes for clients, we’ve been working in the background to push our association to the next level. It is an exciting time for us as we look to expand our support and offerings, promote building design on a larger scale, grow our membership cohort and have a stronger influence on policy.

While the focus has always been on ‘good design’, it is no longer just about delivering on the client brief.

We believe our determined focus on these initiatives will enable our members to do their best work, maximise work efficiencies and still find time to seek inspiration, training and guidance. As we embark on this transformation, I look forward to sharing updates on our progress, encouraging conversation in the industry and taking the time to create solutions that help our members to become leaders in their field. While our members concentrate on delivering better design solutions for clients, we’re here to support them to realise a better future ...a future where Design Matters.

Dominique Hunter President Design Matters


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Winner

Building Design of the Year Vibe Design Group

Building Design of the Year

Moat’s Corner Moat’s Corner is a benchmark for quality residential design. Nestled elegantly within five acres of established gardens on a 53-acre property, its clean lines, colour palette, and use of natural materials make this home a clear standout. The simple, understated entrance hides a sleek, modernist inspired home for a growing family. The carefully thought out floorplan creates an element of surprise as you navigate through the space, while ensuring the separate wings for the parents, teenage children and guests provide a private sanctuary. The hallway of the bedroom wing has been designed to act as an interactive library with panelling forming as bookshelves. While the deepset glass above, below and in-between the panelling ensures no views of the lush greenery outside is compromised. Completely elevated, the building gives the illusion of floating off the ground. Motorised glass sliding doors bring the outside in, allowing the residents to enjoy natural light from every room and a peaceful outlook on to the site’s gardens. Through careful consideration of the site to ensure no detrimental impact to the natural vegetation, the size of Moat’s Corner is concealed in a showcase of sophistication. Moat’s Corner is a beautiful, timeless structure which demonstrates what can be achieved at the height of building design. Moat’s Corner is also the winner for Residential Design – New House over $3M Construction Cost.

The carefully thought out floorplan creates an element of surprise as you navigate through the space.


Awarded 11

Building Design of the Year

Designer Vibe Design Group Web vibedesign.com.au Builder Icon Synergy Structural Engineer NSIENT Consulting Engineers Building Surveyor Nepean Building Permits Photographer Jack Lovel Photography


Building Design of the Year

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Moat’s Corner is a beautiful, timeless structure which demonstrates what can be achieved at the height of building design.


Awarded 13

Building Design of the Year


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Winner

Residential Design

New House $300K-$600K Construction Cost Beaumont Concepts

It’s simple, refined design respects the environmental sentiment of the site while the second storey provides views of the thick coastal vegetation.

Backbeach Project Backbeach Project sets the standard in low maintenance yet stylish living. Beaumont Concepts has designed a contemporary coastal home for a young first-home owner which achieves high standards in energy efficiency. Its simple, refined design respects the environmental context of the site while the second storey provides views of the thick coastal vegetation. Using an unconventional orientation and T-section layout, the coastal home has made the most of its small site while creating a sense of space greater than its actual dimensions. Paying homage to the existing landscape, the understated design and height of the Backbeach Project home, along with features like the use of Silvertop Ash timber, effortlessly complements its coastal surrounds. Simple and clean finishes create a pleasant space to live in.

Designer Beaumont Concepts Web beaumontconcepts.com.au Builder Martin Builders Energy Rater Phillip Island Energy Rating Building Surveyor Gippsland Building Approvals Photographer Coastal Snaps


Awarded 15

Winner New House $300K-$600K Construction Cost


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Winner

New House $600K-$1M Construction Cost GLOW Design Group

Residential Design

Village House Designing a home for avid gardeners is no easy feat - what’s outside the house is just as important as what’s inside. GLOW Design Group has effortlessly designed Village House around the property’s outdoor elements, ensuring that its layout takes full advantage of its views while maintaining separate wings for future family members. Open to all but the southern aspect, every room of the home interacts with the lush garden and its views of Mount Macedon. Bi-fold bathroom windows allow the residents to bathe in sunlight, while the living and dining spaces spill on to an expansive veranda making it a perfect space for entertaining. Designed for a growing family, this home makes the most of natural light and its expansive views. Village House is also the winner for Excellence in Use of Lightweight Materials and the James Hardie Award.

Designer GLOW Design Group Web glowbuildingdesign.com Builder Boyd Homes Landscape Designer KM Landscape Design Structural Engineer ARX Dusan Bosnjak Energy Rater Green Energy Ratings Photographer Jack Lovel Photography


Awarded 17

Winner New House $600K-$1M Construction Cost

Designed for a growing family, this home makes the most of natural light and its expansive views.


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Winner

New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost Melbourne Design Studios (MDS)

Biophilia – Slate House Northcote Residential Design

Biophilia – Slate House Northcote demonstrates how a high class, topend home can be both beautiful and environmentally sustainable. Melbourne Design Studios has designed Biophilia on the principles of nature, clever craftsmanship and environmental design. Set in an inner-suburban streetscape, a blend of natural materials with a neutral palette work seamlessly together to successfully integrate inside with outside, making this intimate connection is a huge success factor. The passive design aspect of this project is excellent as is its ability to mitigate energy use. Meticulous detailing, natural materials and an imaginative use of space creates multi-use, flexible areas that bring joy and delight and are a testament to how a deep connection with nature can benefit occupants’ health and wellbeing. Biophilia is also the winner for Residential Design - Best Environmentally Sustainable and Excellence in Use of Masonry. Designer Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) Web melbournedesignstudios.com.au Builder Melbourne Homes of Distinction Interior Designer Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) Structural Engineer John Brock Consulting Building Surveyor Metro Building Surveyors Energy Rater Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) Photographer Peter Clarke Photography


Awarded 19

Winner New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

The passive design aspect of this project is excellent as is its ability to mitigate energy use.


20 Issue 04

Commendation

New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost Maxa Design

Heathmont Passive House

Residential Design

Designing an environmentally connected and conscious dream home, with ample spaces to host regular community meetings and interstate family visitors requires careful consideration. To make this a reality a near-retiring couple, Maxa Design overcame significant challenges presented by the site’s steep falling land and large trees that restricted any winter solar gain after midday to create a Passive House for its occupants. Heathmont’s upper level masterfully allows light in through the ceiling addressing the clients’ desire to maximise views and solar gains. This home ticks all the boxes in the sustainability criterion. The use of a heat recovery ventilation system, angled extrusions on the roof, its ability to be zoned to adapt to the number of its inhabitants and rainwater collection system are noteworthy of a project endeavouring to address sustainability. Heathmont Passive House takes full advantage of a difficult site, demonstrating a skilful and creative approach to passive design.

Designer Maxa Design Web maxadesign.com.au Builder Carbonlite Interior Designer Hunter & Richards Building Surveyor Watershed Building Consultants Energy Rater Graham Energy Passive House Consultant Williams Energy UK Structural Engineer Solid Structural Engineering Passive House Certifier Grun Consulting Photographer Chris Neylon Photography


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residential

multi-residential

heritage

renovation

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anotherdimension.com.au


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Winner

Residential Design

New House over $3M Construction Cost Vibe Design Group

Moat’s Corner Moat’s Corner is a timeless, interactive haven which celebrates its natural surroundings. Vibe Design Group brings together form, function and appreciation of clever design to create a family home that fits within the existing footprint, ensuring no detrimental impact to the natural vegetation. The home’s orientation and floorplan has been carefully considered to make good use of natural light and views of the expansive gardens, while still allowing for privacy for its inhabitants.

The glass cladding system provides reflections of the surrounding gardens, ensuring the occupants have a deep connection to nature. The well-considered floorplan and strategic use of materials ensures the occupants can celebrate the beauty of the five acres of landscaped gardens as they transition through the seasons. Moat’s Corner is also the winner for Building Design of the Year.


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Designer Vibe Design Group Web vibedesign.com.au Builder Icon Synergy Structural Engineer NSIENT Consulting Engineers Building Surveyor Nepean Building Permits Photographer Jack Lovel Photography

Winner New House over $3M Construction Cost

Moat’s Corner is a timeless, interactive haven which celebrates its natural surroundings.


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Winner

Residential Design

Best Environmentally Sustainable Melbourne Design Studios (MDS)

Biophilia — Slate House Northcote Melbourne Design Studio have successfully emphasised the sustainability features of this home to create deep connections with its natural surroundings. The outcome of the design is a resolved and thoughtful project with each element harmoniously interacting with one another. Large solar panels were integrated into the roof line in a seamless way and the careful placement of the courtyards allow for maximum passive solar orientation benefits

to be harnessed, meaning power bills will be lower. The master bedroom extends on to a green roof terrace, allowing the homeowners to enjoy the best of inner-city living. The home’s use of natural materials gives the feeling of being totally immersed in nature, blurring the reality of the suburban setting. When a design outcome can enhance the living of its occupants, it should be celebrated. Biophilia – Slate House Northcote is also the winner for Residential Design – New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost and Excellence in Use of Masonry.

Designer Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) Web melbournedesignstudios.com.au Builder Melbourne Homes of Distinction Interior Designer Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) Structural Engineer John Brock Consulting Building Surveyor Metro Building Surveyors Energy Rater Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) Photographer Peter Clarke Photography


Awarded 25

The outcome of the design is a resolved and thoughtful project with each element harmoniously interacting with one another. Winner Best Environmentally Sustainable


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Winner

Residential Design

Multi-Residential Holman Designs Pty Ltd

Same but Different Same but Different delivers luxury, spacious townhouses in an evolving coastal village environment. The true success of the double storey multi-residential development by Holman Designs’ lies in its ability to promote a sense of “one integrated home” rather than part of a multi-residential project. The design uses an array of natural materials in a broad, neutral palette to provide a modern yet sympathetic connection to its surroundings. The façade materials tie into their respective surroundings: the charred timber to the tree canopies and rammed earth to the sandy soil is characteristic of the area. When considering key characteristics of the Bellarine Peninsula, the rammed earth wall speaks for itself as the standout feature.

The design uses an array of natural materials in a broad, neutral palette to provide a modern yet sympathetic connection to its surroundings.


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Winner Multi-Residential Designer Holman Designs Pty Ltd Web holmandesigns.com.au Builder Vand Builders Structural Engineer AGB Engineering Soil Testing Structerre Building Surveyor Peninsula Building Surveyors Network Planning Consultant Coastal Planning Pty Ltd Photographer BWRM


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Winner

Residential Design

Alterations & Additions up to $250K Construction Cost Sync Design

Hope Street To deliver on a brief from a young family rapidly outgrowing their Edwardian terrace home in Melbourne’s inner suburbs, Sync Design sought to create a design that would preserve elements of the Hope Street’s history within a modernised floor plan. Maximising the limited space available, the refreshed layout embraces open-plan living with the living and dining area spilling out on to a north facing courtyard. The home is further enhanced with natural light and good ventilation brought in through glazed floor-to-ceiling doors from the courtyard. Paying homage to its history, the heritage-listed fireplace now acts as a stunning feature wall at the entrance of the master bedroom ensuite. Additionally, the old restored leadlight used within the house evokes the true essence of an old Victorian home. The materials and colour palette complement old and new and the recessed curtains are a clever touch as are the old skirtings which extend into the new extension, creating a consistent and inviting environment to live in.


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Maximising the limited space available, the refreshed layout embraces open-plan living with the living and dining area spilling out on to a north facing courtyard.

Designer Sync Design Web syncdesign.com.au Builder Signature Constructions Pty Ltd Photographer Jack Lovel Photography

Winner Alterations & Additions up to $250K Construction Cost


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Winner

Residential Design

Alterations & Additions $250K-$500K Construction Cost Maison Co

Corner Store Corner Store is a beautifully considered response to both the site and client’s requirements. Working together, Amanda Lynn Interior Design and Maison Co’s Corner Store shows what is possible through careful planning and considered design. The design outcome sees the project restoring as opposed to demolishing key characteristics of the historical building. Corner Store’s history and original façade have been maintained and the themes and modest nature of the surrounding residential buildings have been picked up through reclaimed brick, black cladding and a vegetable garden in the internal courtyard. The internal courtyard introduces much-needed natural light and ventilation to the home, creating a space which acts as a second living area for the residents to dine, entertain and enjoy a quiet read. This project is an exemplary case of a home with all necessary amenities within a modest footprint, using basic materials while creating richness through the layering of history, texture and space. Corner Store also received a commendation for Residential Design - Best Small Lot.


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The design outcome sees the project restore as opposed to demolish key characteristics of the historical building.

Winner Alterations & Additions $250K-$500K Construction Cost

Designer Maison Co Web maisonco.com.au Builder Unique Homes Interior Designer Amanda Lynn Interior Design Photographer Martina Gemmola


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Winner

Alterations & Additions $500K-$1M Construction Cost Sketch Building Design Pty Ltd

Residential Design

Project Armadale Project Armadale is a quiet, peaceful and private family sanctuary. Sketch Building Design has created a home which beautifully addresses the client’s needs and site challenges. The new structure sits on the adjacent apartment block side, ensuring security and privacy for the family. Through careful window placement, northerly light has been brought into a building not naturally orientated to it. The light-filled, open living space now has clear views of the swimming pool and outdoor area. A noteworthy element of the project is the successful endeavour to enhance the heritage of the old home - solid plastering, slate roofing and tuck pointing are often elements bypassed in the current era. Project Armadale is also the winner for Most Innovative Kitchen Design.

Designer Sketch Building Design Pty Ltd Web sketchbuildingdesign.com.au Builder Ascot Group Structural Engineer FMG Engineering Building Surveyor Rod Bethune and Associates Landscape Designer Alison Douglas Design Photographer Dana Beligan


Awarded 33

Through careful window placement, northerly light has been brought into a building not naturally orientated to it.

Winner Alterations & Additions $500K-$1M Construction Cost


34 Issue 04

Winner

Residential Design

Alterations & Additions over $1M Construction Cost Peter Jackson Design P/L

Kilburn Kilburn – an ‘inter-war villa’ – has been restored to its former glory. Peter Jackson Design has created an extension that maintains the estate’s heritage character and expands on it. To achieve a substantial extension within a relatively small building space, Peter Jackson Design has created a retreat and bedroom level on the upper floor, while placing the home theatre and cellar in the basement, allowing the ground floor space to be used for family living and outdoor entertaining. By re-instating previously removed or damaged original features and keeping the upper storey additions in-roof over the original house, a single storey appearance was maintained to preserve the heritage protected front façade. It’s difficult to do an extension that works in harmony with an existing building but Kilburn has a respectful balance between its original heritage and the modern contemporary extension.

Designer Peter Jackson Design P/L Web peterjackson.net.au Builder Hardran Industries Structural Engineer Mark Steller & Associates Building Surveyor Mike Neighbour Consultant Building Surveyor Soil Testing Soiltech Investigations Photographer Brett Holmberg Land Surveyor AABS Group Town Planning James Livingston Planning


Awarded 35

Winner Alterations & Additions over $1M Construction Cost

It’s difficult to do an extension that works in harmony with an existing building but Kilburn has a respectful balance between its original heritage and the modern contemporary extension.


36 Issue 04

Winner

Restoration Rachcoff Vella Architecture Pty Ltd

Firewood and Candles Residential Design

Firewood and Candles is the sort of project that many would see as a complete rebuild but Rachcoff Vella Architecture’s clients saw its potential beauty. Keeping the shell of the former dairy shed mostly untouched to preserve the character and charm of the building’s previous use, the interior has been revitalised with a combination of raw materials and soft furnishings. A custombuilt fireplace provides light and warmth, in addition to the strategic pruning of the surrounding canopy which allows sunlight to filter through the clerestory windows. The home responds to and is beautifully grounded within its surroundings. Sustainability challenges in terms of heat retention and airtightness were addressed with the insertion of floor, wall and roof insulation. Firewood and Candles’ restoration beautifully respects the authenticity, charm, history and character of the original building. Firewood and Candles is also a joint winner for Residential Design - Interior.

Designer Rachcoff Vella Architecture Pty Ltd Web rachcoffvella.com.au Builder Koorool Construction Interior Designer Rachcoff Vella Architecture Pty Ltd Landscape Designer Nielsen’s Nursery Photographer Tatjana Plitt

Firewood and Candles’ restoration beautifully respects the authenticity, charm, history and character of the original building.


Awarded 37

Winner Restoration


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Winner

Residential Design

Heritage Another Dimension Building Design

Kirrewur Court Restoration & Additions Returning the Kirrewur Court property to its former residential glory after being converted to a reception hall required an ambitious approach. Another Dimension Building Design conducted a thorough historical archaeological investigation to piece together the intricate details of the former residence’s design – its bay windows, decorative interlace design on the veranda and the original front entrance. This served as the inspiration for Another Dimension’s timeless restoration; one that pays respect to the estate’s history yet creates a striking modern extension that brings the outdoors in. The cornerstone of the project is the two storey extension which offers the occupants an expansive outdoor area featuring an infinity edge swimming pool, tennis court and stunning alfresco, perfect for activity time with the children and entertaining friends and family.

Designer Another Dimension Building Design Web anotherdimension.com.au Builder Hamilton Group Pty Ltd Photographer Georgia Jayde Photography

Returning the Kirrewur Court property to its former residential glory after being converted to a reception hall required an ambitious approach.


Awarded 39

Winner Heritage


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Winner

Residential Design

Best Small Lot Drake Design

Elwood Residence Successfully linking past and present, the Elwood Residence’s timeless façade conceals an innovative and contemporary extension that brings the home into the 21st century through a combination of concrete, steel and glass. Designed by Drake Design, Elwood Residence’s narrow site in one of Melbourne’s inner-city suburbs was maximised to create significant internal space for a growing family, including the introduction of an internal courtyard to

bring natural light into the new areas. The expansive space in the contemporary addition provides residents with an immensely private, inviting and lightfilled home. The new upper floor offers an abundance of space for its occupants to unwind and socialise in while the choice of a minimal colour palette and complementary material selection has created a timeless outcome which preserves its Victorian era legacy and breathes new life into the home.


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The expansive space in the contemporary addition provides residents with an immensely private, inviting and lightfilled home. Winner Best Small Lot Designer Drake Design Web drakedesign.com.au Builder Liefting & Merlo Homes Energy Rater Northern Environmental Design Structural Engineer JT Consulting Engineers Building Surveyor All Australian Building Permits Soil Testing Hardrock Geotechnical Photographer Impress Photography Pty Ltd


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Commendation Best Small Lot Maison Co

Corner Store

Residential Design

The historical faรงade of an old corner store hides an exemplary, contemporary, adequately proportioned home for the current era. Amanda Lynn Interior Design and Maison Co retained the history and quirkiness of the Corner Store while introducing appropriate light and ventilation. Working with tight site restraints, an extension to the original building at ground level was created just inside the brick walls. Three storage rooms were turned into a large living, dining and kitchen area. In a stroke of genius, a courtyard installed in the centre of the long, narrow home brings in much needed light and a secondary living area. Making good use of the sunny courtyard, the fruit trees and herbs produce a bountiful pantry for the residents and clearly showcases what can be achieved on a small lot with thoughtful design. Corner Store is also the winner for Residential Design - Alterations & Additions $250K-$500K Construction Cost.

Designer Maison Co Web maisonco.com.au Builder Unique Homes Interior Designer Amanda Lynn Interior Design Photographer Martina Gemmola


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Joint Winner

Residential Design

Interior Rachcoff Vella Architecture Pty Ltd

Firewood and Candles A former dairy shed’s interior has been transformed into a cosy getaway for its occupants. Rachcoff Vella Architecture have successfully worked with the existing building to beautifully integrate new additions into the original structure. High windows in the living areas let light filter in to the home’s living spaces creating a warm and homely atmosphere. This warmth is juxtaposed by the bathroom, which pays

homage to its original purpose as the dairy ‘cool room’. Coated in crisp white tiling and modern plumbing fixtures adorned with greenery, this room is a welcoming addition to a once unliveable structure. The kitchen is modern, creative and timeless and yet so respectful of the character and history of the home. A brilliant transformation of a once old and tired space. Firewood and Candles is also the winner for Residential Design - Restoration.

Designer Rachcoff Vella Architecture Pty Ltd Web rachcoffvella.com.au Project Location Main Ridge, VIC Builder Koorool Construction Interior Designer Rachcoff Vella Architecture Pty Ltd Landscape Designer Nielsen’s Nursery Photographer Tatjana Plitt


Awarded 45

A brilliant transformation of a once old and tired space.

Joint Winner Interior


46 Issue 04

Joint Winner

Residential Design

Interior STUDIOMINT

Beaumaris Residence In a world of neutral and minimalistic design, the Beaumaris Residence is a refreshing change of pace with its bold artworks, intricate detailing and bright colours. Taking the time to get to know their clients, STUDIOMINT has created a home which beautifully reflects its owners’ personalities. Walking up to the entrance, residents and visitors are greeted by a bright purple door which sets the tone. Inside the home, a beautiful feature wall made from sustainably-sourced natural timber draws you in, creating a warm and inviting entry. Bringing St Kilda’s hip vibe to Beaumaris was paramount and done with a large graffiti feature wall near the pool and

contemporary artwork on sliding doors. Beaumaris Residence proves excitement and fun can be used skilfully to provide a much desired and aesthetically pleasing design. Designer STUDIOMINT Web studiomint.com.au Interior Designer Alla DeLion Harry Nguyen Photographer Rachael Dere


Awarded 47

Joint Winner Interior

Taking the time to get to know their clients, STUDIOMINT has created a home which beautifully reflects its owners’ personalities.


48 Issue 04

Winner

Non-Residential Design

Alterations & Additions JJC Design

Traralgon Bowls Club — Indoor Bowls Centre Traralgon Bowls Club has received a much needed and welcomed renovation. JJC Design has transformed it into a function space, tournament facility and community centre for the entire Latrobe Valley. Sustainability sits at the heart of this design. The club’s insulated panels and air-flow solutions keep the temperature comfortable for crowds and competitors without the need for air conditioning, reducing the construction

costs and more importantly, the ongoing operational costs. During days of extreme heat, the main arena remains 10 degrees cooler than outside. The creative use of bright colours welcomes and attracts people to the space. Its considered design, sustainable construction and communityfocused facilities are sure to delight visitors from around Victoria and Australia for years to come.


Awarded 49

Designer JJC Design Web jjcdesign.com.au Builder BFN Developments Structural Engineer Gamcorp Consulting Engineers Building Surveyor Water Shed Building Consultants Services Engineer SDP Consulting (AUST) Pty Ltd Photographer Matthew Mallett Photography

Winner Alterations & Additions

Its considered design, sustainable construction and community-focused facilities are sure to delight visitors from around Victoria and Australia for years to come.


50 Issue 04

Winner

Non-Residential Design

New Project Crosier Scott Architects

Holmesglen Student Hub & Learning Commons The new Student Hub and Learning Commons facility at Holmesglen’s Moorabbin campus is a vibrant, open and accessible structure that embodies modern student values and drives collaboration. Crosier Scott Architects cohesively connected a campus of disjointed buildings within a complex multi-facility learning centre. Through clever planning the Learning Commons works as a single

facility made up of several flexible study and social zones. The design strategically uses windows to expand sightlines across the campus and improve green space connections. Natural light filters through voids and windows in a unique way to brighten and enhance the student experience. The colours adopted are fun, different and cool, making this a vibrant social area for students to learn, converse and study within.


Awarded 51

Designer Crosier Scott Architects Web croscott.com.au Builder Raysett Constructions Building Surveyor McKenzie Group Consulting Structural Engineer Hive Engineering Services Engineer ECM Group Fire Engineer WSP Quantity Surveyor Wilde and Woollard Photographer Jack Lovel Photography

Winner New Project

The design strategically uses windows to expand sightlines across the campus and improve green space connections.


52 Issue 04

Winner

Non-Residential Design

Interior STUDIOMINT

Yamaha Music Australia Stepping in to the office of Yamaha Music Australia is like stepping in to a musical sanctuary. Inspired by the sophisticated shape of Yamaha’s instruments, STUDIOMINT has created an impeccable interior design that not only reflects the brand, but heroes its products as works of art. The palette selection and limited material use elegantly reflects the organisation’s purpose and products. The interior design ensures soundproof recording studios, performing spaces and office areas all meet the competing needs of Yamaha employees and clients. Despite the challenges, the acoustics of the building were effectively addressed in a way to ensure longevity and timelessness. Yamaha’s new workspace is a stunning multi-functional and acoustic-controlled space which invites staff, clients and visitors to appreciate the beauty of intricately made musical instruments from the moment they enter.

The palette selection and limited material use elegantly reflects the organisation’s purpose and products.


Awarded 53

Winner Interior

Designer STUDIOMINT Web studiomint.com.au Builder DLL Contracting Project Manager Kontract Interiors Interior Designer Harry Nguyen Ling Gui Alla DeLion Building Surveyor Alexander Group Building Surveyors Photographer Peter Clarke Photography


54 Issue 04

Commendation Interior STUDIOMINT

Civilex

Non-Residential Design

For its 10 year anniversary, civil engineering company, Civilex got the lift it needed with a new workspace. Embracing an old warehouse’s existing features, STUDIOMINT took inspiration for the project from Civilex’s services and offerings. A keen focus on functionality for a quiet zone, a ‘fun’ breakout area and introducing aspects of wellbeing through an outdoor area contributed to an interior design that resonates with the clients’ desired image. Through this clever design, Civilex employees’ experience at work has been enhanced making it a place they’d want to be in, a feat worthy of celebration. By capturing light, bringing greenery inside, and creating multi-functional spaces, STUDIOMINT has created a beautiful new work environment which incorporates industrial elements that resonate with the engineering industry.

Designer STUDIOMINT Web studiomint.com.au Builder Albert Group Building Surveyor VP Building Surveying Interior Designer Harry Nguyen Ling Gui Alla DeLion Photographer Peter Clarke Photography


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56 Issue 04

Winner

Winner Excellence in Use of Glass

Excellence in Use of Glass Nagydesign

Designer Nagydesign Web nagydesign.com.au Builder Purity Developments Structural Engineer Mark Steller Energy Rater Adrian Smithwick Interior Designer Gillian Stewart Photographer Holmberg Photography

Urban Oasis Urban Oasis epitomises innovative thinking when it comes to its glass use. Nagydesign uses the material to not only create a visual oasis in the city but also a contemporary home that accommodates the health and physical needs of the client’s family. Using glass, Nagydesign has effectively incorporated an indoor hydrotherapy pool into the living area, bringing the outdoors inside and providing essential transparency for the parents to keep an eye on the children while they play. The glass plays another role in bringing natural sunlight to the centre of the house through a generous central void creating an intimate and comforting environment for the family. While effectively addressing all the occupants’ needs, Nagydesign has not compromised on style, creating an interesting and unique look which stands out and differentiates itself from neighbouring homes.

Urban Oasis epitomises innovative thinking when it comes to its glass use.


Awarded 57

Winner

Excellence in Use of Lightweight Materials GLOW Design Group

Village House Village House exemplifies the beautiful use of cladding. Using lightweight Hardiflex cladding and ‘board and batten’ style of hiding joints, GLOW Design Group has created a stunning home that fits perfectly within its surroundings. To address the clients’ need for a home which pays homage to their affinity for gardening, the choice of materials has been carefully considered. The walls - which would have had a flat and rather plain appearance - have been made interesting with the cladding’s joinery creating shadows which give the house depth and a changing face. GLOW Design Group have effectively made use of a durable, energy efficient material and produced a home which is highly desirable and unique. Village House is also the winner for Residential Design – New House $600K-$1M Construction Cost and the James Hardie Award.

Winner Excellence in Use of Lightweight Materials

Designer GLOW Design Group Web glowbuildingdesign.com Builder Boyd Homes Landscape Designer KM Landscape Design Structural Engineer ARX Dusan Bosnjak Energy Rater Green Energy Ratings Photographer Jack Lovel Photography


58 Issue 04

Winner

Excellence in Use of Masonry Melbourne Design Studios (MDS)

Excellence in Use of Masonry

The internal courtyard which flows through to the interior space, is a spectacular example of what hard work and consideration can achieve.

Biophilia — Slate House Northcote Biophilia – Slate House Northcote is a standout project for its use of masonry. Melbourne Design Studio has created a stunning vision with the natural material. The internal courtyard which flows through to the interior space is a spectacular example of what hard work and consideration can achieve. Three different colours of LaPaloma bricks are laid down in a pattern inspired by dappled shadows created by trees to further accentuate the biophilic concept. Second-hand red bricks on the external walls and around the pool complement the contemporary courtyard. Slate used on the walls and roof work in harmony with other masonry elements to create a balanced and considered home. Biophilia demonstrates how an age old traditional material can be used in a contemporary way. Biophilia is also the winner for Residential Design – New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost and Residential Design Best Environmentally Sustainable.

Designer Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) Web melbournedesignstudios.com.au Builder Melbourne Homes of Distinction Interior Designer Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) Structural Engineer John Brock Consulting Building Surveyor Metro Building Surveyors Energy Rater Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) Photographer Peter Clarke Photography


Awarded 59


60 Issue 04

Winner

Excellence in Use of Recycled Materials Woodend Building Design

Winner Excellence Excellence in Use of Recycled in Materials

Kyneton Red Brick House When a client with a bricklaying son approached Woodend Building Design to design their new Kyneton home, it came as no surprise that the brief included using recycled red bricks. Kyneton Red Brick House celebrates and beautifully balances the recycled brick, without overwhelming the design. The red bricks feature throughout the home both internally and externally in a bold approach to achieve a rustic yet contemporary design, providing the occupants all the wonders of a 21st century design in a heritage style environment. Kyneton Red Brick House is an excellent example of how recycled materials can be given a new lease on life.

Designer Woodend Building Design Web wbdg.com.au Builder Massina Builders Bricklayer JJR Bricklaying Photographer Tenylle Marie Photography


Awarded 61

Winner

Excellence in Use of Metal Project Now

Winner Excellence in Use of Metal

The excellence in this design lies in not how much metal has been used but rather in the way it is used.

Westlab What would otherwise be a traditional industrial building has been transformed with a liminal steel screen. Wrapping around Westlab’s warehouse façade, the steel screen is not just a striking visual accessory, but a functional form. The steel blades invite sunlight through the floor-to-ceiling windows while shielding direct lines of sight into the office. This allows the workers privacy

from their exposed corner block without compromising on natural light. As you move past Westlab, the steel screen’s colour evolves from green to blue which echoes the dynamic nature of Westlab’s occupants. The excellence in this design lies not in how much metal has been used but rather in the way it is used. A once standard building has become a standout due to deft creativity and innovation.

Designer Project Now Web projectnow.net.au Builder MKM Constructions Photographer H-Studios


62 Issue 04

Winner

Excellence in Use of Timber Project Now

Aspect Parade Winner Excellence in Use of Timber

The timber used in Aspect Parade replicates an art gallery showcasing what can be achieved through variances in timber grade, texture, colour, grain and direction. Project Now have used dark stained spotted gum cladding as a feature and for practicality, blending the home seamlessly with its surrounds. The dark stained spotted gum contrasts with the natural timber deck, which as it ages will turn grey complementing the black, further demonstrating Project Now’s considered approach to the design over time. The timber theme has been carried throughout the home creating a relationship between inside and outside. By highlighting timber, Project Now have created both a sense of warmth and created a highly aesthetically pleasing home for its occupants.

Designer Project Now Web projectnow.net.au Builder Macneil Group Landscape Designer PLOT Landscape Architects Pty Ltd Structural Engineer McClellands Building Surveyor Lighthouse Building Permits Photographer H-Studios


Awarded 63

Winner

Excellence in Documentation Green Sheep Collective

Magnolia Soul Magnolia Soul demonstrates how important documentation is to create good design outcomes.

Designer Green Sheep Collective Web greensheepcollective.com.au Builder Excelsior Master Builder Energy Rater Filter ESD Structural Engineer ZS Consulting Building Surveyor Tekcon Consulting Land Surveyor Mackie Surveying Photographer Emma Cross Photographer

Winner Excellence in Documentation

Green Sheep Collective took the time to understand their client’s preference to work directly with the builder themselves, and provided highly in-depth and thorough documentation to ensure the design integrity was achieved. By taking a collaborative approach, Green Sheep Collective’s clear, concise and comprehensive documentation simplified the process and ensured all parties understood the requirements of them. Due to the thorough documentation and limited changes from the builder during construction, the result is a magnificent design exactly as Magnolia Soul was intended to be.


64 Issue 04

Winner

James Hardie Award GLOW Design Group

James Hardie Award

Village House James Hardie HardieflexTM is the standout feature behind the design of Village House. GLOW Design Group has stunningly incorporated Hardieflex cladding and ‘board and batten’ joinery into the home of a client with an affinity for gardens. The Hardieflex captures the sun’s rays to create shadows in unique ways to give the home a depth that would have otherwise been missing. Village House showcases what can be done with a durable, energy efficient material to achieve an interesting and beautiful design outcome for its residents. This new family home is unique, perfectly suited to its owners, and built to last. Village House is also the winner for Residential Design – New House $600K-$1M Construction Cost and Excellence in Lightweight Materials.

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Designer GLOW Design Group Web glowbuildingdesign.com Builder Boyd Homes Landscape Designer KM Landscape Design Structural Engineer ARX Dusan Bosnjak Energy Rater Green Energy Ratings Photographer Jack Lovel Photography


Awarded 65

Winner James Hardie Award


66 Issue 04

Winner

Bathroom Design Unity

Villa Essence

Most Innovative Design

Inside meets outside in Villa Essence’s bathroom. Through a clever use of stones and glass, Design Unity has created a beautiful bathroom which immerses the occupants in nature while protecting them from the elements. A private courtyard screens the ensuite from passers-by allowing the user to fully enjoy the view out of the expansive large glass windows. Stones on the floor carry through to the exterior connecting the home to the outside in a unique and stunning way. A timber screen, in the same form as the external cladding expertly conceals the wash closet and shower while further connecting the interior and exterior. Villa Essence demonstrates what can be achieved with clever thinking and creativity.

Designer Design Unity Web www.designunity.com.au Builder Herbel Constructions Landscape Designer Debbie Melbourne Landscapes Structural Engineer W.A. Moore and Associates Building Surveyor ADI Building Services Soil Testing Intrax Consulting Engineers Energy Rater Frater Consulting Services Photographer Matthew Mallett Photography


Awarded 67


68 Issue 04

Winner

Kitchen Sketch Building Design Pty Ltd

Project Armadale Most Innovative Design

A kitchen that looks appealing is always ideal but Project Armadale’s kitchen excels in being highly functional too. Through careful planning, Sketch Building Design has created a beautifully detailed, minimalistic and timeless kitchen. As the focal area for family life, the kitchen reflects this by being placed in the centre of the home with sight lines to all main living zones. Every aspect of this kitchen was thoughtfully placed to maximise convenience and build a stronger connection with other spaces. The butler’s pantry has direct access to the laundry, garage and outdoor living areas. By placing the ovens at the end of the scullery they are easily accessible to the main kitchen area creating the ideal situation for entertaining. With exquisite joinery and close attention to fine details, this streamlined kitchen is a clear standout. Project Armadale is also the winner for Residential Design - Alterations & Additions $500K-$1M Construction Cost.

Designer Sketch Building Design Pty Ltd Web sketchbuildingdesign.com.au Builder Ascot Group Structural Engineer FMG Engineering Building Surveyor Rod Bethune and Associates Landscape Designer Alison Douglas Design Photographer Dana Beligan


Awarded 69


70 Issue 04

Emerging designers Winner

Best response to a design brief Thomas Harrington Holmesglen Institute

Emerging Designers

Thomas has responded to the brief for a multipurpose sports centre within the Fisherman’s Bend precinct in a well researched and methodical way, yet he has been creative and fresh in his design approach. The result is an elegant and refined design solution for the site, supported by beautiful renders that perfectly capture the light filled essence of the design. The judges considered Thomas’s project to be a stand out entry and congratulate Thomas on a well thought out design solution.

Winner

Excellence in documentation Damir Ramiz Holmesglen Institute

The extensive drawing set prepared by Damir demonstrates a high level of understanding in the materials, processes and construction methods of a complex built form. Layouts were logical and methodical, making them easy to understand and navigate. The judges congratulate Damir on a thoroughly detailed set of working drawings.


Awarded 71

Winner

Best digital presentation Don Van Tran Swinburne University

Winner

Best group project Matthew Gibbs, Luke Henry and Joel Lybyk The Gordon

Working on group projects when studying can be a challenge, the temptation is often to avoid them whenever possible! However, the fact is, in your working lives you will more often than not work on a project as part of a team. The project submitted by Matthew, Luke and Joel from The Gordon is strong and cohesive. There is no clear lineage to different authors within the design or the presentation. It has clearly been a good team effort. Well done.

Emerging Designers

Don’s digital presentation is of a high standard with a realistic 3D depiction of his design. The fly through of the interiors in particular gave a good feel for the spaces as they would be experienced as a built form. Overall an excellent digital presentation and a worthy winner.


72 Issue 04

Entrants

Residential Design New House $500K-$1M Construction Cost

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

Draftmode Designs P/L draftmode.com.au Builder Urban Structure Photographer Mannix Photography

Graham Jones Design grahamjonesdesign.com.au Builder Excelcon Photographer John Krutop

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

Non-Residential Design Alterations & Additions

Project Now projectnow.com.au Builder Macneil Group Photographer H-Studios

RB Building Design Pty Ltd rbdsn.com.au Builder DJ & VH Maffescioni and Sons Photographer H-Studios

Residential Design New House $300K-$600K Construction Cost

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $500K-$1M Construction Cost

Beaumont Concepts beaumontconcepts.com.au Builder Martin Builders Photographer Coastal Snaps

BScene Design 2bs.net.au Builder Tony McKenzie Photographer Chris Ott Photography

Ashford House

Index

103 Napier

Aspect Parade

Backbeach Project

Asteria Services Inc

Bat Wing House


Awarded 73

Residential Design Interior

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

STUDIOMINT studiomint.com.au Builder Owner-builder Interior Designer Alla DeLion & Harry Nguyen Photographer Rachael Dere

Melbourne Design Studios (MDS) MelbourneDesignStudios.com.au Builder Melbourne Homes of Distinction Photographer Peter Clarke Photography

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $250K-$500K Construction Cost

Residential Design New House $600K-$1M Construction Cost

Nagydesign nagydesign.com.au Builder Becker Building Photographer Holmberg Photography

Nesime Tatlica Celik celcon.com.au Builder Better Lifestyle Builders Photographer Grant Kennedy - We Shoot Buildings

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $250K-$500K Construction Cost

Non-Residential Interior Design

AD DESIGN DEVELOP addesigndevelop.com.au Builder Align Concepts Photographer Julian Gries

STUDIOMINT studiomint.com.au Builder Albert Group Interior Designer Harry Nguyen, Alla DeLion & Ling Gui Photographer Peter Clarke Photography

Beaumaris Residence

Biophilia - Slate House Northcote

Entrants

Black Rock “Modern�

Broad House

Brentwick Drive

Civilex


74 Issue 04

Residential Design New House $600K-$1M Construction Cost

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $250K-$500K Construction Cost

Tina Lindner Building Design Pty Ltd tinalindner.com.au Builder Winter Constructions Pty Ltd Photographer Alessandro Cerutti

Maison Co maisonco.com.au Builder Unique Homes Interior Designer Amanda Lynn Interior Design Photographer Martina Gemmola

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

Residential Design Best Small Lot

Designers by Nature designersbynature.com.au Builder MM Hearn Construction Interior Designer Sisällä Photographer Patient Eye

Beaumont Concepts beaumontconcepts.com.au Builder Ecoliv Buildings Photographer Coastal Snaps

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $250K-$500K Construction Cost

Non-Residential Design Alterations & Additions

Drake Design drakedesign.com.au Builder Liefting & Merlo Homes Photographer Impress Photography Pty Ltd

Sync Design syncdesign.com.au Builder Next Level Commerical Interiors Photographer Jack Lovel Photography

Corner Store

Index

Coloca House

Deep Blue Habitat

Elwood Residence

Eco Studio Project

Epi Cafe


Awarded 75

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

Residential Design Restoration

Little Brick Studio littlebrickstudio.com.au Builder Swell Building Group Photographer Amorfo Photography

Rachcoff Vella Architecture Pty Ltd Rachcoffvella.com.au Builder Koorool Construction Photographer Tatjana Plitt

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

Residential Design Alterations & Additions over $1M Construction Cost

More Detail Pty Ltd mod3.com.au Builder Bernie Everett Building Photographer Nicolle Kennedy Photography

Designers by Nature designersbynature.com.au Builder Luke and Colin Spencer Photographer Patient Eye

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

Non-Residential Design New Project

Maxa Design maxadesign.com.au Builder Carbonlite Interior Designer Hunter & Richards Photographer Chris Neylon Photography

Crosier Scott Architects croscott.com.au Builder Raysett Constructions Photographer Jack Lovel Photography

Fauconshawe Project

Firewood and Candles

Entrants

Flinders House

Heathmont Passive House

Gabled Haven

Holmesglen Student Hub and Learning Commons


76 Issue 04

Residential Design Alterations & Additions up to $250K Construction Cost

Residential Design New House $300K-$600K Construction Cost

Sync Design syncdesign.com.au Builder Signature Constructions Pty Ltd Photographer Jack Lovel Photography

Maxa Design maxadesign.com.au Builder Goycon Photographer Chris Neylon Photography

Residential Design Alterations & Additions over $1M Construction Cost

Residential Design Alterations & Additions over $1M Construction Cost

Graham Jones Design grahamjonesdesign.com.au Builder Excelcon Photographer John Krutop

Peter Jackson Design P/L peterjackson.net.au Builder Hardran Industries Photographer Brett Holmberg

Residential Design Alterations & Additions over $1M Construction Cost

Multi-Residential Design

Another Dimension Building Design anotherdimension.com.au Builder Hamilton Group Pty Ltd Photographer Georgia Jayde Photography

Archsign Pty Ltd archsign.com.au Builder CasProperty Photographer Jean-Luc Syndikas

Issan

Index

Hope Street

Keenan Residence

Kirrewur Court Restoration & Additions

Kilburn

Kurrajong


Awarded 77

Residential Design New House $300K-$600K Construction Cost

Multi-Residential Design

Woodend Building Design wbdg.com.au Builder Massina Builders Photographer Tenylle Marie Photography

Ryan Adamson Design ryanadamsondesign.com.au Builder Simon Knee Building Interior Designer Megan Myers & Ryan Adamson Design Photographer Jo O’Keefe

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $250K-$500K Construction Cost

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

Green Sheep Collective greensheepcollective.com.au Builder Excelsior Master Builder Photographer Emma Cross Photographer

More Detail Pty Ltd mod3.com.au Builder Bernie Everett Building Photographer Nicolle Kennedy Photography

Kyneton Red Brick House

Laneway Apartments Port Fairy

Entrants

Magnolia Soul

Residential Design New House over $3M Construction Cost

Merricks House

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $500K-$1M Construction Cost

Moat’s Corner

Newell Pavilion

Vibe Design Group vibedesign.com.au Builder Icon Synergy Photographer Jack Lovel Photography

EME Design emedesign.com.au Builder Ridge Developments Pty Ltd Photographer Amorfo Photography


78 Issue 04

Residential Design New House $600K-$1M Construction Cost

Residential Design Alterations & Additions up to $250K Construction Cost

Rappel Design Studio rappeldesignstudio.com.au Builder R J Hill Homes Photographer Nikole Ramsey

More Detail Pty Ltd mod3.com.au Builder Sunset Constructions Pty Ltd Photographer Nicolle Kennedy Photography

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $500K-$1M Construction Cost

Vibe Design Group vibedesign.com.au Builder Forefront Developments Australia Photographer Marshall Commercial Photography

Sketch Building Design Pty Ltd sketchbuildingdesign.com.au Builder Ascot Group Photographer Dana Beligan

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $500K-$1M Construction Cost

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

Jonas Building Design jonasbuildingdesign.com.au Builder Owner-builder Photographer Aaron Sebo Photography

Quin Wyatt Building Designers quinwyatt.com.au Builder Manna Holdings Pty Ltd Interior Designer Trish Brettell from Brettell Developments Photographer open2view-DJ & LJ Rowen

Patterson Lakes Cabana

Index

Ocean Grove House

Pembroke House

Project Mullins

Project Armadale

Richards House


Awarded 79

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $250K-$500K Construction Cost

Residential Design New House $300K-$600K Construction Cost

Ryan Adamson Design ryanadamsondesign.com.au Builder Ashley Rowan Builder Interior Designer Emma Rickard Photographer Rowena Naylor Photography

Designers by Nature designersbynature.com.au Builder Brent Chisholm Photographer Rowena Naylor Photography

Residential Design New House $600K-$1M Construction Cost

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $250K-$500K Construction Cost

Holman Designs Pty Ltd holmandesigns.com.au Builder Vand Builders Photographer BWRM

AD DESIGN DEVELOP addesigndevelop.com.au Builder Sanctum Homes Photographer Julian Gries

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $500K-$1M Construction Cost

Multi-Residential Design

Designers by Nature designersbynature.com.au Builder Cathedral Homes Photographer Rowena Naylor Photography

Archsign Pty Ltd archsign.com.au Builder CJH Developers Interior Designer Concept DCF Photographer Jean-Luc Syndikas

Richmond Project

Salt Marsh Sanctuary

Entrants

Same but Different

Suburban Synergy

Stanhope House

Three Gables of Raleigh


80 Issue 04

Non-Residential Design Alterations & Additions

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

JJC Design jjcdesign.com.au Builder BFN Developments Photographer Matthew Mallett Photography

Nagydesign nagydesign.com.au Builder Purity Developments Interior Designer Gillian Stewart Photographer Holmberg Photography

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

Residential Design New House $600K-$1M Construction Cost

Design Unity designunity.com.au Builder Herbel Constructions Photographer Matthew Mallett Photography

GLOW Design Group glowbuildingdesign.com Builder Boyd Homes Photographer Jack Lovel Photography

Urban Oasis

Index

Traralgon Bowls Club - Indoor Bowls Centre

Villa Essence

Village House


Awarded 81

Residential Design New House $1M-$3M Construction Cost

Residential Design Alterations & Additions $500K-$1M Construction Cost

McLauchlan Building Designers mclauchlan.com.au Builder Hedger Constructions Photographer Paul West Photography P/L

Project Now projectnow.net.au Builder Macneil Group Photographer H-Studios

Non-Residential Design New Project

Non-Residential Design Interior

Project Now projectnow.net.au Builder MKM Constructions Photographer H-Studios

STUDIOMINT studiomint.com.au Builder DLL Contracting Interior Designer Harry Nguyen, Alla DeLion & Ling Gui Photographer Peter Clarke Photography

Waimarie Residence

Westlab

Wendouree Parade

Yamaha Music Australia


82 Issue 04


Awarded 83


Profile for Design Matters

Design Matters: Awarded Magazine Issue 04, 2019  

Recognising good building design in Australia.

Design Matters: Awarded Magazine Issue 04, 2019  

Recognising good building design in Australia.

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