As a gold sponsor of the 2022/23 annual Grand Designs House of the Year Awards, we are thrilled to have played a key role in recognising and celebrating exceptional residential architecture in Australia.
The Awards ceremony was held on the 30th of March amidst carefully selected contemporary designer furniture, with ambient lighting highlighting the distinctive features of our Sydney showroom. It provided the ideal backdrop for the annual HOTY Awards night, encouraging guests to mingle with others in the industry and celebrate each other's work over drinks and canapés.
The elegant setting seamlessly complemented the architectural excellence being celebrated, enhancing the ambience, and generating excitement for the event.
Led by Peter Maddison, the night welcomed an outstanding group of finalists who are leading the way in innovative design and materiality. The efforts to create a rigorous judging criterion and assemble a team of expert judges ensured that the winners truly deserved their awards.
This year, we celebrated seven winners across six categories. Our congratulations go out to all the winners listed below and to all the shortlisted contestants. The exceptional level of work submitted stands as a testament to the abundance of talent within the field of residential architecture.
And the winners are!
Small Renovation Category
Won by Placement Studio for Brunswick House
Large Renovation Category (This year had two winners)
Won by Studio Bright for Autumn House
Won by Studio Johnson for SRG House
Small New Home Category
Won by Steffen Welsch Architects for Beach Slice
Large New Home Category
Won by Winter Architecture for Bermagui Beach House
Interiors Specialty Category
Won by Rachcoff Vella Architecture for Silver Linings
Energy Efficiency Specialty Category
At Cosh Living, we always relish the opportunity to collaborate with the architectural community on beautiful homes, and this event was no exception. It was inspiring to see the diverse range of projects on display, and we look forward to continuing to support and celebrate the very best in Australian residential architecture.