Stay tuned as we prepare to open entries for the Homebuilding & Renovating Awards 2016. Until then, take a look at the winners of the 2015 Awards and find out what makes an award winning home
Overall Winner (and best Contemporary home)
Built around a 100-year-old pear tree, this contemporary courtyard-style masterpiece (above) from architect, and homeowner, Jake Edgley in London marries raw, industrial materials with mid-century modern design — the result is a thing of beauty. View the project here
Readers’ Choice Award Winner
We asked you to vote for your favourite home to be crowned winner of our Readers’ Choice Award. You chose a cottage in Bath – owned by Andrew and Lucy Thompson – that had been doubled in size thanks to a contemporary extension. View the project here
Thanks to everyone who voted. You can see even more about the Awards and the winning homes in our January 2016 issue — in shops now.
Follow the links to see the winners of each category Best Renovation Best Conversion Best Eco Home Best Extension/Remodel Best Timber Frame Home Best Traditional Home Residential Design Excellence Award From inner-city self builds, to contemporary eco dwellings in the country; and chapel conversions, to dramatic remodels of midcentury homes — be prepared to be inspired.
Click on the images below to look around all the homes on the shortlist or see them all here
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