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ADNZ/Origin 2005 National Design Awards

Published: Mon 17 Oct 2005 11:46 AM
ADNZ/Origin 2005 National Design Awards
First time entrant Paul Stanley-Joblin, of Christchurch, claimed the coveted Supreme Award at the ADNZ/Origin 2005 National Design Awards announced in Queenstown last night (October 14).
The architectural designer won the prestigious title for his work on a new house in Deans Avenue opposite Hagley Park in Christchurch, which also netted him the New Single Residential Dwelling and First Time Entrant awards. Stanley-Joblin received a highly commended in the Commercial Interiors section for Coffee Culture at Westfield Mall in Riccarton.
The national awards were judged by: Michael Wyatt (architect); John Russ (national sales manager, James Hardie New Zealand); Gill Ward (Carter Holt Harvey Wood Products); Liz Trainor (Resene Paints); and Rob Campion (Architectural Profiles).
The judges congratulated Stanley-Joblin on his skills, describing the Christchurch property as a landmark, high impact building.
“This house demonstrates a high quality of design and an excellent use of the site, which takes full advantage of the outlook and corner position. The view of the park can be enjoyed from all rooms.”
Judges said Stanley-Joblin showed remarkable maturity for a first time entrant.
Another Christchurch architectural designer, Marcus Stufkens, of Loxodonta Design, won the Residential Multi-Unit Dwelling Award for his work on the Bridgeport Apartments in Tauranga.
“These apartments were thoroughly thought-out architecturally, without resorting to repetition and we liked the subtle use of colour and shape,” the judges said.
Stufkens showed his versatility, picking up the Bathroom and Resene Colour awards for the Fakir House in Christchurch.
“This work showed a wonderful mix of ancient and modern. It blended well with the marine environment and made great statements with colour on the architectural features.”
The judges applauded the bathroom design, where Stufkens created a look of opulence and serenity despite the space limitations.
Another house in Tauranga also earned Stufkens a Highly Commended in the Resense Colour Award.
Graham Sawell, of Pyramidz Architecture in Warkworth, received the Residential Alterations and Additions Award for the Newman-Sinclair House in Rotorua with judges describing the extension as interesting and generous.
Tushka Glintmeyer, of Space Architecture in Wellington, was named Residential Interiors winner for a home on the Mana Esplanade which used hard-edging materials, and an aggressive texture balanced by soft lighting.
Hamilton’s Noel Jessop claimed the Kitchen Award for the Mark Residence in the same city, which judges applauded as having innovation beyond its years.
Meanwhile, in the commercial category, Neil Keiser of Cambridge, claimed top honours for a warehouse in Airport Rd, Tamahere.
Judges said Keiser made good use of a difficult site.
“A bold, simple idea was carried through in the detail with a very light touch. It gives the right signals for a fashion-conscious client.”
Keiser was also Highly Commended in the same category for a Cambridge café.
Peter Wynyard, of Christchurch, won the Commercial Interiors Award for his fit-out for the Unlimited School in the city.
“Not a traditional school by any means. The design is taken to a whole new level, suitable for intensive study.”
ENDS
ADNZ/ORIGIN 2005 NATIONAL DESIGN AWARDS
ORIGIN SUPREME AWARD
Paul Stanley-Joblin
Stanley-Joblin and Allfrey
121 Deans Ave
Christchurch
NEW SINGLE RESIDENTIAL DWELLING
Winner
Paul Stanley-Joblin
Stanley-Joblin and Allfrey
121 Deans Avenue
Christchurch
Highly Commended
Darren Hunter
Red Shed
Kennedy Family Trust
Marlborough
Noel Jessop
Noel Jessop Architecture
Mark Residence
Hamilton
Mark McLeay
Creative Architecture
Vermont Street House
Ponsonby, Auckland
Noel Jessop
Noel Jessop Architecture
Booth Residence
Hamilton
Graham Sawell
Pyramidz Architecture
The Tree House
Matakana Coast
RESIDENTIAL MULTI-UNIT DWELLING
Winner
Marcus Stufkens
Loxodonta
Bridgeport Apartments
Tauranga
RESIDENTIAL ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS
Winner
Graham Sawell
Pyramidz Architecture
Newman-Sinclair House
Rotorua
Highly Commended
Chris MacPherson
MacPherson and MacPherson Ltd
Clayton Extensions
Turangi
FIRST TIME ENTRANT
Winner
Paul Stanley-Joblin
Stanley-Joblin and Allfrey
121 Deans Ave
Christchurch
Highly Commended
Darren Hunter
Red Shed
Kennedy Family Trust House
Martinborough
Bruce Ardern
Arden Unique Design
Bayley’s Office Building, Church Bay Rd
Onehunga
Steve Humpherson
Sorted Architecture
Humphrey Residence
Wanaka
RESIDENTIAL INTERIORS
Winner
Tushka Glintmeyer
Space Architecture
114 Mana Esplanade, Mana
Wellington
Highly Commended
Noel Jessop
Noel Jessop Architecture
154 Pencarrow Rd
Hamilton
Mark McLeay
Creative Architecture
104 Vermont St, Ponsonby, Auckland
Sue Jackson
Jackson & Jackson Architectural Design
Wood House,
Akaroa
COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL
Winner
Neil Keiser
Neil Keiser Architecture
Warehouse, 431 Airport Rd
Tamahere
Highly Commended
Neil Keiser
Neil Keiser Architecture
Café, Alfa St
Cambridge
Noel Jessop
Noel Jessop Architecture
No. 5 on Somerset
Hamilton
COMMERCIAL INTERIORS
Winner
Peter Wynyard
Peter Wynyard Designs
Unlimited School Fitout
Christchurch
Highly Commended
Paul Stanley-Joblin
Stanley-Joblin and Alffrey
Coffee Culture, Westfield Mall
Christchurch
Sue Jackson
Jackson & Jackson Architecture
ADNZ National Office
Christchurch
BATHROOM AWARD
Winner
Marcus Stufkens
Loxodonta Architecture
Fakir Bathroom
Christchurch
KITCHEN AWARD
Winner
Noel Jessop
Noel Jessop Architecture
Mark Residence Kitchen
Hamilton
Highly Commended
Sue Jackson
Jackson & Jackson Architectural Design
Chapman Kitchen
Christchurch
Sue Jackson
Jackson & Jackson Architectural Design
Wood House Kitchen, Akaroa
Marcus Stufkens
Loxodonta Architecture
Evans House Kitchen
Tauranga
Mark McLeay
Creative Architecture
Vermont Street House Kitchen
Ponsonby
Auckland
RESENE COLOUR AWARD
Winner
Marcus Stufkens
Loxodonta Architecture
Fakir House
Christchurch
Highly Commended
Sue Jackson
Jackson & Jackson Architectural Design
ADNZ National Office Fitout
Christchurch
Marcus Stufkens
Loxodonta Architecture
Evans House, Tauranga
MOST INNOVATIVE DESIGN USING JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS
Winner
Darren Hunter
Red Shed
Kennedy Family Trust
Martinborough
Highly Commended
Mark McLeay
Creative Architecture
104 Vermont Street
Ponsonby
Auckland
ARCHITECTURAL PROFILES PHOTOGRAPHIC AWARD
Winner
Ben van der Vlugt
Bay Design Architecture
‘Cedar Spike’
Highly Commended
Noel Jessop
Noel Jessop Architecture
‘Blue Entranceway’
Bob Jackson
Jackson & Jackson Architectural Design
‘Balcony Handrail’
Barry Nix
Barrakuda Design
“Where’s that bl*/#y Engineer?”
3-D COMPUTER-GENERATED AWARD
Winner
Philip Bidwell Architecture, Christchurch
Multi-Purpose Café Development
Nelson
Highly Commended
Dave Earles
Element Architecture, Tauranga
House in Mount Maunganui
Dave Earles
Element Architecture
Talbut House Renovations

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