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2017 International WinnersThe selection of the TIDA international winners was the culmination of a series of awards for kitchens, bathrooms and homes held across 2017. In this final stage of judging, projects that had already proved to be award winners in New Zealand, Australia, USA, SE Asia and South Africa were judged against each other to determine the TIDA International winners.

2017 TIDA International Home of the Year

Winner: Vaughn McQuarrie Architect, Auckland

Raw materials left in their natural state and a novel approach to layout are key elements in the design of this award-winning home.

Judges' comment: Very well considered and careful detailing of materials to the main form and structure offer simplicity, restraint and a very controlled and balanced material palette.

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This home also won TIDA New Zealand Home of the Year

The 2017 TIDA Australia Home of the Year was awarded to;
Dalecki Design, Perth
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2017 TIDA International Home of the Year finalists:
CY Chan Architect, Puchong, Malaysia (Runner-up: TIDA International Home of the Year)
fer studio, Los Angeles
Giles Tribe, Sydney
Leuschke Kahn & VillaVilla, Auckland
O’Neil Architecture, Christchurch
Sanctum Design, Sydney
Tawera Group & Paul Brown Architects, Auckland
Tyrells Architects, Sydney

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2017 TIDA International Kitchen of the Year

Winner: Urbane Projects, Perth

This two-tone kitchen with its natural-look surfaces and concealed lighting is the perfect glossy fit for the wider elegant living spaces in an upmarket riverside home.

Judges' comment: This well-executed design takes full advantage of the home's views and outdoor space. The sculptural island provides a great focal point for entertaining, while the materials are elegant, while being durable for everyday use.

This kitchen also won TIDA Australia Kitchen of the Year

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The 2017 TIDA New Zealand Kitchen of the Year was awarded to:
Shane George, Kitchens by Design, Auckland
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2017 TIDA International Kitchen of the Year finalists:
Bijl Architecture, Sydney
CplusC Architectural Workshop, Sydney
German Kitchens, Wellington
Enigma Interiors, Brisbane
Bristol Design and Construction, Belize (runner-up, Trends International Kitchen of the Year)
Schwartz and Architecture, San Francisco
Studio2 Architects, Auckland
Sublime Architectural Interiors, Brisbane

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2017 TIDA International Bathroom of the Year

Winner: SAOTA, Cape Town

Architect Stefan Antoni combined the original separate bedroom, bathroom, dressing room and passageways in a dilapidated Modernist home, to create a large open-plan suite with a Zen-like resort look.

Judges' comment: Smart design to reconfigure three smaller rooms into one open plan, and opening the space to views on both sides. A very sophisticated and beautiful mix of materials.

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The 2017 TIDA Australia Bathroom of the Year was awarded to:
Minosa, Sydney

The 2017 TIDA New Zealand Bathroom of the Year was awarded to:
Leuschke Kahn Architects & VillaVilla, Auckland

This bathroom was also Runner-up: 2017 TIDA International Bathroom of the Year
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2017 TIDA International Bathroom of the Year finalists:
Armstrong Interiors, Christchurch
Bespoke Kitchens on Khyber, Auckland
Bijl Architecture, Sydney
Caro Design, Mount Maunganui
Collins w Collins, Port Macquarie,
Croese Building, Tarro, NSW
Mark Frazerhurst Architects, Auckland
Sublime Architectural Interiors, Brisbane
LSA Architects, Melbourne
Younique Design, San Antonia

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2017 International Judging PanelThanks to our judges:
Craig Steere – Craig Steere Architects, PerthMick de Giulio – de Giulio Kitchen Design, ChicagoMaddelena Vienna– Vienna Design, SydneyDavid Johnson – Trends PublisherPaul Taylor – Trends Editorial Director
2016 TIDA International Winners

2016 TIDA International Bathroom of the Year

Winner: Kirsten Stanisich, SJB Interiors, Sydney

The two bathrooms in this home needed to be open, accessible and sympathetic to the simplicity of the original, early Victorian double-fronted house. The result more than achieves those aims, with the help of some incredibly intricate tiling.

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This bathroom also won TIDA Australian Bathroom of the Year.

The TIDA New Zealand Bathroom of the Year was awarded to:

Mason & Wales Architects, Dunedin

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2016 International Bathroom Of The Year Finalists
Architect Prineas, Sydney
Arc Seven.1, Perth
Du Bois Design, Auckland
Design Unit, Kuala Lumpur
Drew Moore Constructions, Tasmania
Lori Caroll & Associates, Tuscon, AZ
Minosa Design, Sydney

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2016 TIDA International Home of the Year

Winner: John Bulcock, Design Unit, Kuala Lumpur

The design of this contemporary, tropical home provides a successful solution to the client’s brief. It demonstrates an adventurous architectural approach and outcome, without being different just for the sake of it.

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The TIDA New Zealand Home of the Year was awarded to:

Mason & Wales Architects

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The TIDA Australian Home of the Year was awarded to

Craig Rossetti, Rossetti Architects, Melbourne

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2016 International Home Of The Year Finalists
Bindon Design Group, Auckland
Faulkner Architects, California
IL Design, Sydney
Julie Firkin Architects, Melbourne
LIJO.RENY.architects, Kerala LSA Architects, Melbourne
O’Neil Architecture, Christchurch
Rowe Baetens Architecture, Auckland
Urbane Projects, Perth
Wallflower Architecture + Design, Singapore

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2016 TIDA International Kitchen of the Year

Winner: Darren Genner, Minosa Design, Sydney

This family kitchen is both practical and beautifully presented. The design and selection of materials reflect the current trend for an open and spacious area in which to cook, dine and entertain.

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This Kitchen also won TIDA Australian Kitchen of the Year and was the HIA Australian Kitchen Design winner

The TIDA New Zealand Kitchen of the Year was awarded to:

Jason Bonham, Bonham Interior, Auckland

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2016 International Kitchen Of The Year Finalists
Berloni, New Zealand
By Design Studio, California
Evelyn McNamara Architecture, Auckland
Giorgi Exclusive, Perth
Pepper Design, Melbourne
Ultraspace & Stewart Homes, Queensland

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2015 TIDA International Winners
2015 TIDA International Bathroom of the Year Winner: Eva-Marie Prineas, Architect Prineas, Sydney

Architect Prineas’ bathroom design skilfully overcomes the challenges of providing all the requirements of a contemporary bathroom while at the same time respecting the character of the1890s Grand Italianate Sydney terrace in which it is found.

The bathroom itself is a mirror-clad central pod insertion in a space that retains original features such as the fireplace and the wooden floorboards.

This gives a clean, uncluttered look to the room, which is enhanced by a wealth of discreet storage.

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This bathroom also won TIDA Australian Bathroom of the Year.


The TIDA New Zealand Bathroom of the Year was awarded to Fraser Cameron of Fraser Cameron Architects, Taupo.

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2015 TIDA International Home of the Year Winner: Craig Steere, Craig Steere Architects, Perth

This is a home with instant appeal.

On a functional level, architect Craig Steere has designed a home that’s ideal for a family with four mature sons – with separate spaces for the parents and younger members of the family, as well as communal areas where everyone could be together.

But it’s how those spaces are organised along the axis of the site and then tied together with innovative design elements that made the house the standout entry with the judges for TIDA International Home of the Year.

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This Home also won TIDA Australian Home of the Year.


The TIDA New Zealand Home of the Year was awarded to Leuschke Kahn Architects.

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2015 TIDA International Kitchen of the Year Winner: Robin Caudwell, Designer Cabinets, Hamilton

Designer Robin Caudwell has produced the perfect response to his client’s brief – they wanted simplicity and texture for their new kitchen, and a design that didn’t detract from the strong lines of the architecture of the home.

The result is a kitchen that integrates perfectly into its surroundings. It creates a strong presence without dominating, and feels light and elevated despite the heavy structures around it.

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This Kitchen also won TIDA New Zealand Kitchen of the Year.


The TIDA Australian Kitchen of the Year was awarded to JAG Kitchens.

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Award winning Poggenpohl kitchen with black backsplash makes the most of limited natural light

Read the full article at: http://trendsideas.com/search/46293 How a kitchen was designed to work within existing fixed elements and limited natural light. Trends editorial director Paul Taylor looks at Poggenpohl’s winning entry in the Trends International Design Awards. Modern kitchen design by Poggenpohl has black backsplash and green and pine cabinets. A good designer doesn’t see the constraints a project might have as being a problem. Instead, they’re just the springboard for some outside the square thinking. The kitchen we’re looking at here had two main issues to resolve – it had to work within existing fixed elements and had limited natural light. The kitchen area is actually dug into a hillside, so was potentially in quite a dark space, despite the existing skylights. Instead of using pale tones to try and lighten the space, interior design consultant Lara Farmilo installed a black .. back-painted .. splashback … and extended it around the walls. The effect is to reflect natural light through the space .. while at the same time complementing the pine and green cabinets. The design uses Poggenpohl Segmento, which was tweaked to allow for an existing stairwell. Plus, one innovative approach that came out of the constraints ..was to put services and plumbing into the toekick. Elevating and suspending the cabinet units under the cooktop gives the cooking area some prominence … while the tall units are set at different heights to accommodate differing ceiling levels above. The overall design impressed the judges of the 2015 Trends International Design Awards so much that they named it the winner of the New Zealand Imported kitchen category. Video: http://trendsideas.com/search/46297

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Award winning U shape kitchen with stainless steel countertops and cabinets

Read the full article at: http://trendsideas.com/search/46276 Not only is this kitchen highly functional, it also connects seamlessly to adjacent areas of the home. Trends editorial director Paul Taylor looks at this Trends International Design Award winner by Strachan Group Architects. Kitchen with semi-industrial look, stainless steel, birch timber, exposed wood and steel beams, open to courtyard. Heart of the Home has become term to describe the importance we give to our kitchens these days. But it’s not often that the term applies to the extent we can see in this kitchen – which really feels like it’s in a command central position. It’s in new home by Dave Strachan of Strachan Group Architects, who worked on the design alongside owner-architect Rachel Rush. With views in one direction and an outdoor entertaining area in the other, the kitchen was designed to take advantage of both. There are garden and distant sea views from the sink on one side, and on the opposite side the kitchen connects seamlessly to a barbecue patio. The kitchen’s U-shape gives it a very functional layout. Plus it’s designed to be highly organized, with a place allocated for everything from everyday utensils to miscellaneous items that are only used occasionally. The owners also wanted a commercial feel. And this is apparent in the stainless steel cabinetry and benchtops and a stainless steel shelf above the cooktop that incorporates the rangehood and pot rack. It’s an aesthetic that fits perfectly with the semi-industrial look created by exposed timber joists .. and blackened steel beams .. in the adjacent living area. So much so, that this kitchen was judged the best New Zealand Architect-designed kitchen in the 2015 Trends International Design Awards. Video: http://trendsideas.com/search/46278