The AR House Awards announces 2022 shortlist
By Josh Niland|
Friday, Nov 11, 2022
The Architectural Review has named 15 residential projects to the shortlist for its 2022 AR House awards. Now in its 12th year, the awards program celebrates the art and craftsmanship that goes into designing private homes around the world.
This year’s awards are being judged by ETH Zurich professor and Atelier Bow-Wow founder Momoyo Kaijima, KU Leuven Associate Professor Martino Tattara, and Taka Architects co-founder Alice Casey.
Per the Architectural Review, “Entries were considered by the judges, who were looking for innovative yet well-developed houses that rethink the home, raising questions rather than providing ready-made solutions. All wished to see the repurposing of existing buildings, and projects that sit lightly in the landscape. As an international jury, they wanted to see houses that were rooted in culture and place.”
The winner and commended projects will be announced in the first week of December. Explore this year's shortlisted projects below.
Waimataruru Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand by Pac Studio
SalaAreeya in Thailand by Chat Architects
Redhill Barn in the UK by Type
LiveWorkShare House in Australia by Bligh Graham Architects
House 101 in Vietnam by Atelier tho.A
Group Home on Hilltop in Japan by Sogo Aud
Floor and Ceiling House in Japan by Kochi Architect’s Studio
Eva House by Fernanda Canales Arquitectura
Earthen storehouse and extension in Japan by Sawadee
Dog / Human House in Thailand by Ekar Architects
Casa Ter in Spain by Mesura
Brillhut in Bahamas by Brillhart Architecture
Blockmakers Arms in the UK by Erbar Mattes
Bass Coast farmhouse in Australia by John Wardle Architects
A house, coach house and garden in Ireland by Culligan Architects
Learn more about the AR House Awards here.
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