ARCHICAD Customer Awards 2015
If you have had success using ARCHICAD, we want to hear about it!
Simply email Debbie the details of your award and we will publish it on this page.
Resene Total Colour Awards 2015
- Donnell and Day for their Paparoa House. Winner of the Total Colour Residential Interior Award.
- Isthmus for Myers Park Playspace. Winner of the Total Colour Master Nightingale Award.
- Isthmus for Myers Park Playspace. Winner of the Total Colour Landscape Award.
- Element 17 Ltd for Corianders. Winner of the Total Colour Commercial Interior Retail + Public Award.
- Ignite Architects for Insight Eyecare. Winner of the Total Colour Commercial Interior Retail + Public Colour Maestro Awards.
- Xsite for their Mobico Building. Winner of the Total Colour Heritage Award.
- Darryl Church Architecture + MOAA Architects for their Waiariki Institute of Technology Health and Science Building. Winner of the Total Colour Education Senior Award.
Nelson-Marlborough Architecture Awards
Award winners announced 8 May 2015.
- Irving Smith Architects for their Public Toilet Block at Mapua Waterfront Park. "These new shelter buildings make it emphatically clear that Mapua's park is a place for people," said a judges' statement. Winner of the Public Architecture Category.
- Irving Smith Architects for their design for Lucas House in Nelson (Commercial Architecture Award).
- Arthouse Architecture won two awards for their design of Speights Ale House in Blenheim (Hospitality and Retail Awards).
- Arthouse Architecture won a housing award for 'Kahiwa', located in Tasman. Judges said it combined a variety of timber elements using macrocarpa, hoop pine plywood, oak and cedar.
Bay of Plenty Architecture Awards
Award winners announced 2 May 2015.
- Leuschke Group (in association with Australian firm Vincent Chrisp) for their newly designed Rotorua Police Station. Judges commented that the design 'deftly manages to balance objectives of community accessibility with the technical sophistication required for effective policing and a safe working environment'. Winner of the Public Architecture Category.
- Xsite Architects for Ngarimu House which is a collection of timber-clad boxes grouped around a sheltered, north-facing courtyard.
- Xsite Architects for Big Sky Farm House (winner of the Housing and Interior Architecture categories). The lightweight house, located in the great wide open of the Hauraki Plains, is evidence of an "exceptional" collaboration between architect and client, the jury said.
- John Henderson Architecture was the only winner in the Housing and Alterations category. Of this project, the jury described the architect as having a "keen eye for modernisation and a particular eye for period detail".
- Antanas Procuta Architects for their townhouse carefully planned to provide privacy against the street while inviting in the "magnificent distant views" to the east.
- Chow:Hill'sEngineering and Trades Facility at Wintec was Awarded in the Educational Architecture Category. They building was designed with its services and structural systems left on display, is a vital tool for aiding student understanding of a working building.