Regional Awards Round-Up

The 2020 ADNZ Resene Architectural Design Awards saw architects and architectural designers from across the country take out prestigious awards for their designs.

Included in the awards were designs that pushed the boundaries with clever cohesion and inclusion of some challenging landscapes, to respectful restorations which walk the delicate line between playing homage to a home’s previous life while bringing it firmly into the twenty-first century, and commercial spaces which evolved a simple workplace into a functional and comfortable environment for its inhabitants.

The innovation and creativity seen throughout all the entries this year is a testament to the desire of ADNZ members to be designing spaces which continue to adapt and evolve to the changing needs of our lifestyles and environment.

We’ll be announcing our National Winners for the 2020 ADNZ Resene Architectural Design programme on Friday the 20th of November at our gala dinner celebration.

To see a full rundown of the regional awards, click the links below.

Canterbury/Westland and Nelson/Marlborough


Waikato and Bay of Plenty


Wellington/Wairarapa, Hawkes Bay/Poverty Bay, and Taranaki/Whanganui/Manawatu


Krause House by Mike Holmes of Holmes Architecture. Photography by Andre Vroon.

Valley House by Nicholas Mann of AO Architecture. Photography by Simon   Larkin Design.

Karapiro Lake House by Lee Turner of Turner Road Architecture

Muricata House by Jason Macdonald of JMAC Architecture.

Jason Street Glass House by Nathan Taylor of Taylored Spaces. Photography by Graham Warman.

Fielding Stronghold by Matthew Janes of PAK Design Ltd. Photography by Kevin Bills Photography.

Bellevue House by Tony Karsten of Karsten Architectural Design

Riverview Road by Paul  Spooner of  Spooner Architectural Services. Photography by Northern Exposure.