Recognising the success of outstanding new build projects each year encourages us all to aspire to achieve higher standards throughout the industry. We support the Registered Master Builders’ House of the Year competition by sponsoring the New Home $1 Million – $1.5 Million category each year.
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National House of the Year Winners 2023
Having celebrated building excellence in New Zealand since 1991, House of Year celebrates the best homes, renovations and builders across Aotearoa and this year, the competition had nearly 300 entries across nine regions with 78 homes featuring CARTERS as the main material supplier.
Recognising the skill, passion, and teamwork it takes to deliver quality homes for New Zealanders, these awards are the pinnacle prize in Kiwi residential construction and CARTERS would like to congratulate all the winners for being beacons of brilliance in the New Zealand building industry.
National Supreme House of the Year Over $1 Million
John Creighton Builders took home the National Supreme House of the Year Over $1 Million for its home in Christchurch, along with the National New Home Over $4 million category.
National Supreme House of the Year Under $1 Million
FV Design and Build won the National Supreme House of the Year Under $1 Million for its home in Raglan as well as the New Home $750,000 - $1 million category.
National Supreme Renovation of the Year
Glenbuild took home National Supreme Renovation of the Year award for its home in Kohimarama under National Renovation Over $1.5 million category.
NATIONAL CARTERS New Home $1 million - $1.5 million Award
The House Company
2023 | WHANGATEAU
The House Company won this category for its Whangateau build in the Auckland/Northland/Coromandel region.
This ‘enchanting waterfront hideaway’, spans 175sqm and ‘embraces durability and charm, effortlessly blending with its natural surroundings’. Clad in elegant aluminium and darkstained vertical cedar, it is nestled among native trees and includes decorative feature screening. The expansive kitchen and living space seamlessly connect to the outdoor area through generous sliders, opening to a deck that spans the length of the home. An integrated Engel fire and louvre system creates warmth, while a glass balustrade provides unobstructed views of the estuary. Environmental sustainability was a key consideration, with an underfloor ducted recovery heat pump, while low-E glass and thermal heart aluminium joinery adding to the ‘architectural brilliance by the water’s edge’.
Here’s a snapshot of the Supreme Winners from the last few years: