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2022 Wellington Architecture Awards shortlist

29 March 2022

Thirty-one projects have been shortlisted in the 2022 Wellington Architecture Awards.

The shortlisted projects were selected from entries in the awards programme of the Wellington branch of Te Kāhui Whaihanga New Zealand Institute of Architects.

The shortlist was compiled by a jury led by Belinda Tuohy (architecture+) and rounded out with Richard Dalman (Dalman Architects), James Warren (Upoko Architects), Emma Alcock (McKenzie Higham Architects) and Maurice Clark (lay juror).

The winners will be announced on 29 June 2022.

See below for images of the shortlisted projects, which are:

Commercial Architecture

Brandon House by Studio of Pacific Architecture

Education

Whitby Collegiate Classroom Pavilion by Andrew Sexton Architecture
Te Rau Karamu Marae by Athfield Architects and Te Kāhui Toi, Massey University in association

Heritage

Cricket Museum Stand Restrengthening by Shand Shelton

Housing

Buckley Road House by First Light Studio
Sparrow House by John Mills Architects
Beach Forest House by Makers of Architecture
Hinau Street House + Apartment by Parsonson Architects
Kahutara House by Patchwork Architecture
Matipo House by Studio of Pacific Architecture
Gable House by Three Line Studio

Housing - Alterations and Additions

Carrington Cottage by a.k.a Architecture
Keith+Brown House by Judi Keith-Brown Architect
Nottingham Alteration by Lovell and O'Connell Architects
MJ Residence by Seear-Budd Ross

Housing - Multi Unit

Chappell Townhouses by Bonnifait + Giesen Architects (Atelierworkshop)
Erskine by Common
Sunset West Apartments by Designgroup Stapleton Elliott
Ngarara by First Light Studio
Oriental Terraces by Novak+Middleton
Party Wall by Patchwork Architecture

Interior Architecture

Apartment C by Andrew Sexton Architecture
Te Rau Karamu Marae by Athfield Architects and Te Kāhui Toi, Massey University in association
Human Rights Commission - Te Kāhui Tiki Tangata / Wellington Premises by Designgroup Stapleton Elliott
Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori - The Māori Language Commission by RCG
Warren and Mahoney Wellington Studio by Warren and Mahoney Architects

Planning and Urban Design

Ōmarukaikuru by Isthmus Group

Public Architecture

Lyall Bay Surf Life Saving Club by Archaus
Te Rau Karamu Marae by Athfield Architects and Te Kāhui Toi, Massey University in association

Small Project Architecture

Artist's Studio by Aspect Architecture
Te Papa Surrealist Art: He Toi Pohewa by Warren and Mahoney Architects