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                                  ADNZ/Resene 2010 National Design Awards winners

                                  The ADNZ/Resene National Design Award winners were announced at a presentation dinner at The Rutherford Hotel in Nelson on Friday 15 October 2010. For the first time in the 14 year history of the awards, the Supreme Award was presented for a commercial building. The award winning project was a distribution centre designed by Cymon Allfrey of Cymon Allfrey Architects Ltd, Christchurch.

                                  A series of six regional awards events were held throughout July. All regional category winners?projects selected from branches throughout New Zealand were considered for the National Awards presentation at the ADNZ/Resene Design Awards Gala Dinner in Nelson. The Online Distribution Centre was awarded the title for best commercial / industrial project and the Supreme Award winning project which was selected from regional winners in seven categories.

                                  Bryce Ardern, principal designer of Waiheke Island based practice Ardern Unique Design and Build, was awarded the Residential New Home up to 250sq Design Award sponsored by Gerard Roofs. Judges applauded the project for its ‘strong commitment to sustainable design and materials selection that sets a quality standard for this section of the market? Adern was one of four finalists in his category.

                                  Chris Sargeant of Chris Sargeant Design in Dunedin was awarded the Residential New Home over 250sq Design Award sponsored by James Hardie, for a substantial home created from a limited and unexpected palette of materials. A difficult site in the Dunedin suburb of Vauxhall presented a special challenge for the designer.

                                  Will Tatton of Will Tatton Architecture in Mt Maunganui, was awarded the Residential Multi-Unit Dwelling Design Award sponsored by Elephant Plasterboard, for a beachfront Bond Street Apartment complex. Judges were impressed by the strong architectural lines of the three unit complex that took full advantage of the ocean views, minimised exposure to the elements and offered a superb aspect to the public domain with a stylish street frontage. The generous floor layout was enhanced by oversized, cavernous interior spaces and motorised five-metre high shutters that can be moved to create semi sheltered outdoor rooms.

                                  Renowned Christchurch architectural designer Bruce Banbury of Banbury Architects shared the Residential Alterations and Additions Design Award with Mark McLeay of Auckland practice Creative Arch. Banbury was recognised for a renovation project that transformed a Freemasons' Lodge in Mt Somers, Canterbury, from a utilitarian hall structure into a superb gentlemen’s retreat. Extensive wood panelling and sumptuous interior fittings combine for an impressive luxury lodge that externally and internally is faithful to the heritage status of the original building.

                                  Resene Colour in Design Award winner 2010 An Auckland studio apartment, cleverly wedged in between existing commercial buildings, and elevated to maximise the limited space, earned Mark McLeay, managing director of Creative Arch Ltd, the shared Residential Alterations and Additions Design Award. A circular external staircase, irregularly shaped windows, an a-symmetric roof line and innovative use of materials prompted judges to comment that the building was 'an unexpected celebration of the residual space and a witty contribution to a gritty context.'

                                  Cymon Allfrey of Cymon Allfrey Architects Ltd was a multi award winner. His entry for the Commercial Industrial Design Award ?a four level distribution centre on an unusual shaped industrial site bordered by busy arterial roads ?took out the competition for the national award and went on to win the Supreme Award. Given the difficulties of the industrial and environmental field, judges considered that the 'great depth of design and convincing architectural presence sets the standard for the area'.

                                  Darryl Church, managing director of Rotorua design company Darryl Church Architecture Ltd won the Commercial Interior Design Award for a Youth Health Centre in Rotorua. Darryl has been a member of ADNZ for the past 10 years and during that time has won numerous regional titles and now two national titles. Judges commented that the Youth Health Clinic design was 'simple and economical but provided a very effective end result'. Colours and materials used on the walls and floor surfaces ensured an uplifting interior well suited to the predominantly youth aged clientele.

                                  An addition to the Loburn School Library ‘designed to enhance the learning and teaching experience' secured the Resene Colour in Design Award for Craig South of Cymon Allfrey Architects Ltd. Judges commented that the addition ‘built on the language of the existing buildings, culminating in a positive and vibrant space? The electric blue and grey interior contrasts sharply with white and orange feature walls and counters to provide a multi functional and exciting interior space. Bulkheads, tiered platform seats, geometric forms and varied colours create zones within the library, accommodating a variety of user groups.

                                  Architectural Designers New Zealand Inc (ADNZ) was formed in 1966 to represent, promote and develop the skills and services of its members, who are all specialists in design and construction. The annual ADNZ/Resene awards event is open to ADNZ members and provides an opportunity for architectural designers throughout the country to showcase their work and compare and celebrate their creative excellence with their peers and colleagues.

                                  Judges this year included renowned Wellington architect Ian Athfield and his colleagues Peter Bosley from Auckland and Ross Maguire from Christchurch. In assessing the merits of projects entered, judges consider all aspects of planning, materials and form and the context of the project within the environment.

                                  ADNZ/Resene 2010 National Design Awards full results

                                  Resene Supreme Award
                                  Winner

                                  Cymon Allfrey,
                                  Cymon Allfrey Architects Ltd, Christchurch
                                  Online Distribution Centre

                                     
                                  James Hardie Residential New Single Dwelling - over 250sqm
                                  Winner Chris Sargeant,
                                  Chris Sargeant Design, Dunedin
                                  Gerrard House  Residence
                                  Finalist Graeme Calcott,
                                  Graeme Calcott Architecture & Landscape Design Ltd, Wellington
                                   Loader House
                                  Finalist Graham Sawell,
                                  Pyramidz Architecture, Warkworth
                                  Mueller House
                                  Finalist Will Tatton,
                                  Will Tatton Architecture, Mt Maunganui
                                  Fisher House
                                     
                                  Gerard Roofs Residential New Single Dwelling - up to 250sqm
                                  Winner Bryce Ardern,
                                  Ardern Unique Design and Build, Waiheke Island.
                                  Lite House
                                  Finalist Tushka Glintmeyer & Nathan Rooney,
                                  Space Architecture Studio Ltd, Wellington
                                  Kawau House
                                  Finalist Noel Jessop,
                                  Noel Jessop Architecture, Waikato
                                  Jessop House
                                  Finalist Graham Sawell,
                                  Pyramidz Architecture, Warkworth
                                  Clarke House
                                     
                                  Residential Alterations and Additions
                                  Joint Winner Mark McLeay,
                                  Creative Arch Ltd, Auckland
                                  Studio on Newton
                                  Joint Winner Bruce Banbury,
                                  Banbury Architects
                                  Mt Somers Lodge
                                  Finalist Matthew White,
                                  Remarkable Architectural Design Ltd, Queenstown
                                  Warbrick Cottage
                                  Finalist Mark Callander,
                                  Creative Arch, Auckland
                                  Tainui Road
                                     
                                  Elephant Plasterboard Residential Multi-Unit Dwelling
                                  Winner Will Tatton,
                                  Will Tatton Architecture, Bay of Plenty
                                  Bond Street Apartments
                                  Finalist

                                  Brendon Gordon,
                                  Brendon Gordon Architecture, Bay of Plenty
                                  66 Marine Parade

                                     
                                  Commercial/Industrial Design Award
                                  Winner Cymon Allfrey,
                                  Cymon Allfrey Architects Ltd
                                  Online Distribution Centre
                                  Finalist Phil Shaw,
                                  ICR Consulting Ltd, Auckland
                                  Stihl Shop
                                  Finalist Craig South & Cymon Allfrey, Christchurch
                                  Loburn School Library
                                  Finalist Bryce Ardern,
                                  Ardern Unique Design and Build, Waiheke Island
                                  Lite House
                                     
                                  Commercial Interiors Award
                                  Winner Darryl Church,
                                  Darryl Church Architecture Ltd, Bay of Plenty
                                  Youth Health Clinic
                                  Bay of Plenty
                                  Finalist Gary Todd,
                                  Gary Todd Architecture, Wanaka
                                  Taieri Gorge Railway Office
                                  Finalist Phil Shaw,
                                  ICR Consulting Ltd, Auckland
                                  Radiant Heart
                                     
                                  Resene Colour Award
                                  Winner Craig South,
                                  Cymon Allfrey Architects Ltd, Christchurch
                                  Loburn School Library
                                  Finalist Bob Jackson,
                                  Jackson & Jackson, Christchurch
                                  Bathroom 101
                                  Finalist Darryl Church,
                                  Darryl Church Architecture, Rotorua
                                  Youth Health Clinic
                                  Finalist Mark Callander,
                                  Creative Arch, Auckland
                                  Tainui Road, Titirangi
                                  Practice Award
                                  Winner Graeme Boucher,
                                  Coast Edge Design
                                     
                                   

                                  For details on how to enter contact the ADNZ

                                  ADNZ/Resene 2010 National Design Awards
                                  ADNZ/Resene 2009 National Design Awards
                                  ADNZ/Resene 2008 National Design Awards
                                  ADNZ/Resene 2007 National Design Awards

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