13.10.11 by Nick Sayes

2011 NZIA Auckland Branch Award for Korora

Daniel Marshall Architects received an NZIA Local Award (Residential Architecture – Houses) for Korora at the New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) NZ Architecture Awards (Auckland) yesterday – Wednesday 13 October.

A second award was received for Elmstone.

Juror’s Citation

An engaging entry sequence leads to the dramatic revelation of expansive views from this insular site.  An interconnecting series of rooms and courtyards laid across the ridgeline open out both to the views and back to wards the land, offering retread from the sun and allowing cooling breezes to infiltrate the interiors.  Highly sophisticated bathrooms and interior detailing enrich the otherwise minimal white interior.

Judges:  Gary Lawson (convener), Tim Hay, Max Herriot and Kate Rogan.

Daniel Marshall Architects are delighted that Korora has been recognised with an NZIA New Zealand award as we feel the project strongly demonstrates our interpretation of a New Zealand Home in the context of New Zealand Architecture.

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