Multi-Unit Home of the Year 2021: FARM House

3 June 2021

FARM House by Sills van Bohemen

Avondale, Auckland

JUDGES’ CITATION

Although modest in size and budget, this Auckland multi-generational home puts the client at its heart while at the same time future-proofing the asset for any potential uses that might eventuate. With its heart firmly set in passive construction methods and using distinct materials, it is a home that could teach our main cities a thing or two about transitioning toward higher density.

For full coverage of this project, pick up a copy of the June-July 2021 issue of HOME from anywhere good magazines are sold, or subscribe or purchase your copy online. 

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