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2020 TIDA Homes – Architect-designed Homes

See the winners, runner-up and all the highly commended entries in 2020 TIDA New Zealand Homes for Architect-designed Homes

This family retreat sits high on a site overlooking Lake Wanaka and seeks to capitalise on the exceptional lake and alpine views available, while offering privacy from the two public roads on the site'...

The architects have skilfully converted a traditional villa that was poorly connected to its environment into an attractive and functioning home for a professional couple with two young chi...

Staying true to the spirit of a black timber home originally on the site, this new house takes on the memory of its original form while, refining the detail and layout of the spaces.

This new home is an exploration of the simplicity and affordability that may be obtained with small home living, whilst still maintaining all the modern-day comforts and practicality that might at ...

The owners' vision was for a simple, low-maintenance home that comprised two separate volumes – living and sleeping – that would take advantage of sweeping coastal views, and create a choice of free-...

This house consists of two main wings, aligned down two opposing axes, which together provide shelter from prevailing winds, capture the sun at different times of the day and assist with cross ...

For their own home,  architect Richard Dalman wanted a contemporary house with simple detailing, and his wife, Marion, wanted an informal beach house on the water. Combined, they have created a conte...

The form of this house developed as a result of attempting to work within the constraints of the street setback, recession planes and the location of an existing terrace to the north, which...

From an architectural perspective this home is designed to maximise the outdoor connection to the views – the harbour in one direction and The Mount in the other. It also needed to create privacy fr...

Spaces in this family holiday home needed to cater for a myriad of coastal activities: fishing, cooking, surfing, parking for cars and boats, a fish sink and a smoke house. A guest su...

The architectural form of this home includes three strong gable forms running North-South. These are cut and sliced to create interesting form, volume, shelter and sunlight penetration into the centre ...

For this development of six three-storey, freestanding townhouses, the design concept was focused on creating a ‘village-like’ atmosphere with pathways between units, upper floor living with ac...

Large eaves over the predominantly glazed northern elevation of this home protect the exterior and interior living spaces from strong summer sun while allowing the owners to enjoy uninterrupted vie...

For the owners of this whare, the design is deeply personal. They have drawn on their personal Mataatua and Takitimu (ancestral canoes) whakapapa which embeds their unique ancestral and cultural connect...

Three contrasting forms come together in this family home – which was a solution to the challenge of a long and very narrow site and consciously fits in with its surrounding neighbours and the wider Redc...

This new home in Southshore, Christchurch had a primary focus on energy efficiency and thermal performance and has achieved an airtight envelope standard. Large triple glazed, timber framed windows and d...

Tricky site geology offered a predetermined 20x20m building platform (400m²). A conscious decision to resist the normal response of spreading out across the landscape and to allow the building...

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