Discover the fifth finalist in Home of the Year 2017

Introducing the fifth of our six finalists for Home of the Year 2017! Watch as HOME editor Simon Farrell-Green takes us through this unique home

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Discover the fifth finalist for Home of the Year 2017

HOME editor Simon Farrell-Green announces the fifth finalist for Home of the Year 2017. Watch to discover the story behind this unique home. Bought to you by Altherm Window Systems. Check out the other finalists below.

First finalist: ‘Stealth Bomber’ by Patchwork Architecture

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Second finalist: Guy Tarrant’s Point Chevalier home

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Third finalist: Matakana Project by Glamuzina Architects + Paterson Architecture Collective

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Fourth finalist: ‘Pyramid Scheme’ by Patchwork Architecture

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