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The Best In Residential Architecture From The 2018 ArchiTeam Awards

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From million-dollar new builds, to modest renovations, the impressive shortlist for this year’s ArchiTeam Awards has been released!

Winners will be announced in mid-November, with judges honing in on creativity and innovation. There’s also a people’s choice award – vote before Wednesday October 31st to have your say!

Here we take a look at some of the stand-out new homes, as well as residential alterations and additions who’ve made the shortlist.

26th October, 2018

Green Shutter House by OOF Architecture,   a finalist in the Alterations and Additions category. Photo – Tatjana Plitt.

Green Shutter House by OOF Architecture,   a finalist in the Alterations and Additions category. Photo – Tatjana Plitt.

Green Shutter House by OOF Architecture,   a finalist in the Alterations and Additions category. Photo – Tatjana Plitt.

Green Shutter House by OOF Architecture,   a finalist in the Alterations and Additions category. Photo – Tatjana Plitt.

Falconer Street Residence | Sonelo Design Studio, a finalist in the Alterations and Additions category. Photo – Ben Hosking.

Falconer Street Residence | Sonelo Design Studio, a finalist in the Alterations and Additions category. Photo – Ben Hosking.

First Lessons House by Ray Dinh Architecture, a finalist in the new residential category. Photo – Peter Bennetts.

First Lessons House by Ray Dinh Architecture, a finalist in the new residential category. Photo – Peter Bennetts.

Coogee House II by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, a finalist in the new residential category. Photo – Robert Walsh.

Coogee House II by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, a finalist in the new residential category. Photo – Robert Walsh.

Coogee House II by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, a finalist in the new residential category. Photo – Robert Walsh.

Coogee House II by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, a finalist in the new residential category. Photo – Robert Walsh.

Coogee House II by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, a finalist in the new residential category. Photo – Robert Walsh.

I.V.E. X FIVE by Megowan Architectural. Photo – Christopher Megowan.

I.V.E. X FIVE by Megowan Architectural. Photo – Christopher Megowan.

Art House by Winwood Mckenzie Architecture, a finalist in the Alterations and Additions category. Photo – Sean Fennessy.

Surprising details in Art House by Winwood Mckenzie Architecture, a finalist in the Alterations and Additions category. Photo – Sean Fennessy.

Bathroom detail in Art House by Winwood Mckenzie Architecture, a finalist in the Alterations and Additions category. Photo – Sean Fennessy.

Surprising details in Art House by Winwood Mckenzie Architecture, a finalist in the Alterations and Additions category. Photo – Sean Fennessy.

Bellerine Pavilion House by Tecture Architecture and Interior Design, a finalist in the new residential category.

Oikos @ Breakneck Gorge by Robert Nichol and sons,  a finalist in the new residential category. Photo – Jack Lovel.

Oikos @ Breakneck Gorge by Robert Nichol and sons,  a finalist in the new residential category. Photo – Jack Lovel.

Oikos @ Breakneck Gorge by Robert Nichol and sons,  a finalist in the new residential category. Photo – Jack Lovel.

Lucy Feagins
Friday 26th October 2018

The annual ArchiTeam Awards is a national awards program which celebrates Australian architecture, with particular focus on small, medium and emerging architectural practices that may be overlooked in larger award programs.  Small budget projects are also a key consideration in this awards program – ‘A project with a broader budget may not outweigh a smaller addition that has excelled against the odds of budget or site constraints’ the awards team highlight!

Receiving over 100 entries annually, these awards showcases a diverse cross section of architectural projects across Australia, from residential new homes and renovations / additions, to commercial projects, small projects, community-based projects and sustainability-led projects.

Here we highlight the stand-out finalists from the ‘Residential New’ and ‘Residential Alterations and Additions’ categories in 2018!

 

2018 ARCHITEAM AWARD FINALISTS

 

Residential New Award – Finalists

Bellerine Pavilion House | Tecture Architecture and Interior Design

Blinco Street House | Philip Stejskal Architecture

Coogee House II | Madeleine Blanchfield Architects

First Lessons House | Ray Dinh Architecture

I.V.E. X FIVE | Megowan Architectural

High Noon at Wonwondah | Cooper Scaife Architects

Oikos @ Breakneck Gorge | Robert Nichol and sons

Residence J&C | Open Studio

Triangle House | Molecule

 

Residential Alterations and Additions – Finalists

Albert Park | Chiverton Architects

Art House | Winwood Mckenzie Architecture

Carlton House | Tom Robertson Architects

Downside Up House | WALA

Falconer Street Residence | Sonelo Design Studio

Green Shutter House | OOF Architecture

Holly Residences | Tom Robertson Architects

Manly House I | EM Architects

Monkey House | EM Architects

Outside In House | MODO Architecture

The Taranaki Rift | Architecture Architecture

Tudor Revival | Warc Studio

Type Street Apartments | Tsai Design

 

See all the projects and vote for your favourite in the People’s Choice Award here!

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