Faced with a small sloping site and limited budget, this architect’s clever solution earned them a place as a finalist in Home of the Year 2018
The fourth finalist for Home of the Year 2018 is a compact concrete home
Constructed from unadorned concrete block with a dark-grey interior, the fourth finalist in Home of the Year 2018 creates unexpected drama. Built on a steep site in Cashmere, Christchurch, this small home is a perfect example of building the bare necessities. Watch as HOME editor Simon Farrell-Green talks us through the design details that he, and judges Mel Bright and Nicholas Stevens, loved in this home.
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Home of the Year third finalist: See inside this small courtyard home by Andrew Sexton Architects
Home of the Year second finalist: Take a tour through this clifftop home by Herbst Architects
Home of the Year first finalist: Check out Guy Tarrant’s urban sanctuary in Auckland below