2016 New Zealand Architecture Awards

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Selected winners in the 2016 New Zealand Architecture Awards.

Selected winners in the 2016 New Zealand Architecture Awards.

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Commercial Architecture category winner: Annandale Farm by Patterson Associates. This project also won the Sir Miles Warren Award for Commercial Architecture.

Commercial Architecture category winner: Annandale Farm by Patterson Associates. This project also won the Sir Miles Warren Award for Commercial Architecture. Image: Greg McKenzie

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Commercial Architecture category winner: Aro Hā retreat by Tennent Brown Architects.

Commercial Architecture category winner: Aro Hā retreat by Tennent Brown Architects. Image: Jonny Davis

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Commercial Architecture category winner: APL factory, Hamilton by Jasmax.

Commercial Architecture category winner: APL factory, Hamilton by Jasmax. Image: Simon Devitt

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Education category winner: St Cuthbert's College Centennial Centre for Wellbeing, Auckland by Architectus and ArchitectureHDT in association.

Education category winner: St Cuthbert’s College Centennial Centre for Wellbeing, Auckland by Architectus and ArchitectureHDT in association. Image: Simon Devitt

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Education category winner: Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngāti Kahungunu o Te Wairoa, Wairoa by RTA Studio. This project also won the Ted McCoy Award for Education.

Education category winner: Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngāti Kahungunu o Te Wairoa, Wairoa by RTA Studio. This project also won the Ted McCoy Award for Education. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Enduring Architecture category winner: St Andrew’s Church, Banks Peninsula (1960) by Hendry and Mitchener.

Enduring Architecture category winner: St Andrew’s Church, Banks Peninsula (1960) by Hendry and Mitchener. Image: Mary Gaudin

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Enduring Architecture category winner: New Zealand Settlement Company – Awaroa House, Takaka by Athfield Architects.

Enduring Architecture category winner: New Zealand Settlement Company – Awaroa House, Takaka by Athfield Architects.

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Heritage category winner: Toku Toru Tapu Church, Gisborne by Architects 44.

Heritage category winner: Toku Toru Tapu Church, Gisborne by Architects 44. Image: Brennan Thomas

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Heritage category winner: National War Memorial Projects, Wellington by Studio of Pacific Architecture.

Heritage category winner: National War Memorial Projects, Wellington by Studio of Pacific Architecture. Image: Jason Mann

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Hospitality & Retail category winner: Fortieth & Hurstmere, Auckland by McKinney + Windeatt Architects.

Hospitality & Retail category winner: Fortieth & Hurstmere, Auckland by McKinney + Windeatt Architects. Image: David Straight

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Housing category winner: Bramasole, Auckland by Herbst Architects.

Housing category winner: Bramasole, Auckland by Herbst Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Housing category winner: E-Type House, Auckland by RTA Studio.

Housing category winner: E-Type House, Auckland by RTA Studio. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Housing category winner: Fold House, Bay of Islands by Bossley Architects.

Housing category winner: Fold House, Bay of Islands by Bossley Architects. Image: Simon Devitt

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Housing category winner: Tom’s House, Queenstown by Anna-Marie Chin Architects.

Housing category winner: Tom’s House, Queenstown by Anna-Marie Chin Architects. Image: David Straight

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Housing category winner: The Wanaka House, Wanaka by Lovell and O’Connell Architects.

Housing category winner: The Wanaka House, Wanaka by Lovell and O’Connell Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Housing category winner: K Valley House, Coromandel by Herbst Architects.

Housing category winner: K Valley House, Coromandel by Herbst Architects.

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Housing – Alts & Adds category winner: Belmont Garden Room, Auckland by Mitchell & Stout Architects and Rachel Dodd in association.

Housing – Alts & Adds category winner: Belmont Garden Room, Auckland by Mitchell & Stout Architects and Rachel Dodd in association.

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Housing – Multi-Unit category winner: Mary Potter Apartments, Christchurch by Warren and Mahoney Architects.

Housing – Multi-Unit category winner: Mary Potter Apartments, Christchurch by Warren and Mahoney Architects. Image: Peter Cui

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Housing – Multi-Unit category winner: Zavos Corner, Wellington by Parsonson Architects. This project also won the Sir Ian Athfield Award for Housing.

Housing – Multi-Unit category winner: Zavos Corner, Wellington by Parsonson Architects. This project also won the Sir Ian Athfield Award for Housing. Image: Jeff Brass

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Interior Architecture category winner: New Zealand Post House, Wellington by Jasmax.

Interior Architecture category winner: New Zealand Post House, Wellington by Jasmax. Image: Jason Mann

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Interior Architecture category winner: 141 Cambridge Terrace/Lane Neave, Christchurch by Jasmax.

Interior Architecture category winner: 141 Cambridge Terrace/Lane Neave, Christchurch by Jasmax. Image: Simon Devitt

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Planning & Urban Design category winner: #LightPathAKL/Canada Street Bridge, Auckland by Monk MacKenzie with GHD, Novare and LandLAB in association. This project also won the John Scott Award.

Planning & Urban Design category winner: #LightPathAKL/Canada Street Bridge, Auckland by Monk MacKenzie with GHD, Novare and LandLAB in association. This project also won the John Scott Award. Image: Russ Flatt

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Public Architecture category winner: Te Pātaka Kōrero o Te Hau Kapua - Devonport Library, Auckland by Athfield Architects.

Public Architecture category winner: Te Pātaka Kōrero o Te Hau Kapua - Devonport Library, Auckland by Athfield Architects. Image: Jason Mann

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Public Architecture category winner: Christchurch Bus Interchange/Whakawhitinga Pahi, Christchurch by Architectus.

Public Architecture category winner: Christchurch Bus Interchange/Whakawhitinga Pahi, Christchurch by Architectus. Image: Simon Devitt

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Small Project Architecture category winner: Cardrona Hut, Central Otago by RTA Studio.

Small Project Architecture category winner: Cardrona Hut, Central Otago by RTA Studio. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Small Project Architecture category winner: Number 5, Waiheke Island by Architectus.

Small Project Architecture category winner: Number 5, Waiheke Island by Architectus. Image: Simon Devitt

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Small Project Architecture category winner: Studio & Garden Room – Peters House, Auckland by Lynda Simmons.

Small Project Architecture category winner: Studio & Garden Room – Peters House, Auckland by Lynda Simmons. Image: Andrew Lowe

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The 2016 Gold Medal winner, Roger Walker.

The 2016 Gold Medal winner, Roger Walker.

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27 projects, ranging from a colourful cycleway to a Māori immersion school, have been awarded at this year’s New Zealand Architecture Awards, announced in Wellington on Friday 11 November.

The awards jury, led by Christchurch architect Jasper van der Lingen and comprising Auckland architects Megan Edwards and Michael O’Sullivan, and Melbourne-based architect Andrew Maynard, visited 50 shortlisted buildings from the Bay of Islands to Central Otago.

“All of the award-winners are highly impressive projects,” said van der Lingen. “They go above competence to reach excellence. They set the benchmark for architectural achievement in New Zealand.”

Four of the winning projects received special acknowledgement in the form of awards named for outstanding New Zealand architects.

Pictorial gallery of all 27 winning projects above, with a full list of the winners below.

SIR MILES WARREN AWARD FOR COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE:

  • Annandale Farm, Banks Peninsula by Patterson Associates

JOHN SCOTT AWARD FOR PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE:

  • #LightPathAKL/Canada Street Bridge, Auckland by Monk MacKenzie with GHD, Novare and LandLAB in association

SIR IAN ATHFIELD AWARD FOR HOUSING:

  • Zavos Corner, Wellington by Parsonson Architects

TED MCCOY AWARD FOR EDUCATION:

  • Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngāti Kahungunu o Te Wairoa, Wairoa by RTA Studio

COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE CATEGORY:

  • Annandale Farm, Banks Peninsula by Patterson Associates
  • Aro Hā Retreat, Queenstown by Tennent Brown Architects
  • The APL Factory, Hamilton by Jasmax

EDUCATION CATEGORY:

ENDURING ARCHITECTURE CATEGORY:

  • St Andrew’s Church, Banks Peninsula (1960) by Hendry and Mitchener
  • New Zealand Settlement Company – Awaroa House, Takaka (1972) by Athfield Architects

HERITAGE CATEGORY:

  • Toku Toru Tapu Church, Gisborne by Architects 44
  • National War Memorial Projects, Wellington by Studio of Pacific Architecture

HOSPITALITY & RETAIL CATEGORY:

  • Fortieth & Hurstmere, Auckland by McKinney + Windeatt Architects

HOUSING CATEGORY:

  • Bramasole, Auckland by Herbst Architects
  • E-Type House, Auckland by RTA Studio
  • Fold House, Bay of Islands by Bossley Architects
  • Tom’s House, Queenstown by Anna-Marie Chin Architects
  • The Wanaka House, Wanaka by Lovell and O’Connell Architects
  • K Valley House, Coromandel by Herbst Architects

HOUSING – ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS CATEGORY:

  • Belmont Garden Room, Auckland by Mitchell & Stout Architects and Rachel Dodd in association

HOUSING – MULTI UNIT CATEGORY:

  • Mary Potter Apartments, Christchurch by Warren and Mahoney Architects
  • Zavos Corner, Wellington by Parsonson Architects

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE CATEGORY:

  • New Zealand Post House, Wellington by Jasmax
  • 141 Cambridge Terrace/Lane Neave, Christchurch by Jasmax
  • Zavos Corner, Wellington by Parsonson Architects

PLANNING & URBAN DESIGN CATEGORY:

  • #LightPathAKL/Canada Street Bridge, Auckland by Monk MacKenzie with GHD, Novare and LandLAB in association

PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE CATEGORY:

SMALL PROJECT ARCHITECTURE CATEGORY:

  • Cardrona Hut, Central Otago by RTA Studio
  • Number 5, Waiheke Island by Architectus
  • Studio & Garden Room – Peters House, Auckland by Lynda Simmons

2016 NZIA GOLD MEDAL:

The New Zealand Architecture Awards is a programme run by the New Zealand Institute of Architects with the support of Resene, which has sponsored the Architecture Awards programme for 25 years.


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