Turner Road Architecture wins 2023 TIDA New Zealand Designer New Home of the Year

Congratulations to Turner Road Architecture, 2023 TIDA New Zealand Designer New Home of the Year, for a rural home with expansive views

Watch a slide show and architectural designer Lee Turner talk about the design of this award-winning home

An expansive site with panoramic views provided the perfect blank canvas for a bespoke design to meet the needs of a family of five in rural Waikato.

While making a striking architectural statement in the landscape, the home's use of raw texturally rich materials, and an earthy colour palette complements the surrounding environment.

Making the most of the north-east aspect, the main living area, open plan kitchen, living and dining spaces all face towards a vista of established trees and foliage.

Separate wings provide space and privacy for the master suite, a guest wing and children’s bedrooms – all located in distinct and separate pods.

Communal areas of the home promote inclusiveness and easy interaction with a spacious open plan design.

The well-appointed kitchen has access to both the scullery and bar room, with dual access from the bar to the outdoor kitchen/BBQ area.

Perfect for entertaining and accessed through large glass sliding doors, the outdoor living space is an extension of the home’s internal main living area.

Sustainability was a key consideration, with the soaring glazed wall on the north-eastern elevation not only designed for the views but also to invite the sun in to warm the interior during winter months.

The TIDA judges felt this sprawling family home was the perfect response to the owners' request for a tranquil place where family and friends could be entertained with style and ease.

See more images and the full story here

Designed by: Turner Road Architecture

Story by: Trendsideas

Photography by: Amanda Aitken

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