The 2017 Supreme Award winner of the ADNZ | Resene Architectural Design Awards is two small inner-city Christchurch cottages, designed by Mitchell Coll of Coll Architecture.
Announced on Friday 27 October at a gala evening held at Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington, this year’s awards programme received more than 100 entries.
ADNZ CEO Astrid Andersen said as well as being a career catapulting win for Mitchell Coll, to have compact multi-units win the ADNZ Supreme Award is of national significance.
“It is very exciting that the Supreme winner is just 74sqm. This win is game-changing for the industry and we are thrilled to see such an exceptional example of compact multi-unit home design associated with ADNZ and leading a change in New Zealand home design,” Andersen said.
Held annually, the ADNZ | Resene Architectural Design Awards celebrate the most innovative, creative and aesthetic architectural designs across the country.
Full list of the nine national winners below, and slideshow of all projects above:
SUPREME ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AWARD, RESIDENTIAL MULTI-UNIT DWELLING AWARD AND RESIDENTIAL INTERIORS AWARD:
Madras Street, Christchurch by Mitchell Coll of Coll Architecture
RESIDENTIAL COMPACT NEW HOME UP TO 150 SQM AWARD:
Lyttelton Landing by Pippin Wright-Stow of F3 Design
RESIDENTIAL NEW HOME BETWEEN 150 SQM AND 300 SQM AWARD:
Back Country House, Puhoi by David Maurice of LTD Architectural Design Studio
RESIDENTIAL NEW HOME OVER 300 SQM AWARD:
Mt Pleasant Home, Christchurch by Cymon Allfrey and Don Roy of Cymon Allfrey Architects
RESIDENTIAL ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS AWARD:
Green Alterations, Rangiora by Jason Higham of Higham Architecture
RESENE COLOUR IN DESIGN AWARD:
17 O’Neill by Allan McIntosh of Buildology
Architectural Designers New Zealand (ADNZ) is a professional body for architectural designers and architects in New Zealand. For more information, visit the ADNZ website.