Christopher Beer Architect wins the supreme award for Home of the Year 2017. Discover the story behind the project and get to know the category winners
Cambridge Town House by Christopher Beer wins Home of the Year 2017
HOME magazine’s Home of the Year awards has named the Cambridge Town House by Christopher Beer Architect as the supreme winner. The Home is a thoroughly urban house in Cambridge in the heart of the Waikato, by a young architect for a teacher and an artist with a young daughter. There were also three other winning categories: Best Small Home, Best City Home, and Best Retreat. Check out the other homes below:
Winner Best Small Home: ‘Pyramid Scheme’ by Patchwork Architecture
Winner Best Retreat: Mahurangi House by Belinda George Architect
Winner Best City Home and Home of the Year runner up: Courtyard House by Guy Tarrant Architect.
Finalist: Matakana Project by Glamuzina Architects + Paterson Architecture Collective
Finalist: ‘Stealth Bomber’ by Patchwork Architecture