The Home of the Year judges sat down in Queenstown to discuss the architectural elements that struck them most about the winning home
Home of the Year judges discuss the winning home
After a whirlwind trip across the country judging New Zealand’s best residential architecture, the Home of the Year judges sat down for a well-deserved drink at Sherwood Queenstown.
This year’s judging panel, in association with Altherm Window Systems, included HOME editor Simon Farrell-Green, international guest judge Todd Saunders and architect Richard Naish (whose own house in Grey Lynn won Home of the Year 2015).
Here, the judges chat about the Home of the Year winner – a small home built on a tight budget by Chris Beer in Cambridge, Waikato, and discuss what stood out to them most.
The Home of the Year Supreme Winner