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House Of The Year 2018

St Vincents Place

Rescued from decay, this Victorian mansion blends its past with an elegant, new contemporary character.

Two Wall House

With an existing house already there, the plot seemed too small for another one – until the architects at Woods Bagot invented a party wall.

Bardon House

A contemporary family home by bureau proberts responds to context, blending a rich architectural vernacular with a lush tropical landscape.

Gibbon Street House

Alterations and additions to this worker’s cottage by Cavill Architects have created a whole new world behind a traditional façade.

Glen Forrest House

For just over a century, this one-room church was the gathering place for a small community. iredale pedersen hook architects turned it into the heart of a family’s life.

IT House

Ideal as a family weekender, this house by Andra Matin mixes privacy with endless visual stimulation.

DRA House

DRA house is both modern and authentic as d-associates reinvents the traditional Indonesian home, but still references its structure and materials.

Open House

By way of an unconventional layout and remarkably open design, this house embraces nature instead of shutting it out.

Knikno House

On a relatively small plot, the architect of this house has managed to create a fascinating family of spaces where inside and outside are brought together.

Rabbit Residence

This is a residence in which the architecture and carefully considered landscaping are perfectly aligned.

Kaset Nawamin

This house celebrates an interplay between openness and privacy through a juxtaposition of architectural and landscape elements.

Artists’ Retreat

This Buddhist-inspired home and artist’s studio invites us to slow down, enjoy the present and accept the transience and imperfection of things.

Branksome Road House

In this house by Aamer Architects, Modernist form and materiality fuses with organic elements and a welcoming openness to create a harmonious backdrop facilitating both daily family living and social gatherings.

Cabbage Tree House

Cabbage Tree House is a member of the hillside – a physical manifesto of the character of this place. It anchors with aggression, but sits with elegance against the hill.