JW Constructions in Queensland has won the HIA-CSR Australian Home of the Year award for a beautifully designed home that showcases open-plan living at its best.
The winning home features a combination of board-formed concrete with warm wood-grained accents that create an inviting interior.
The main bedroom has a lush private garden and privacy screens cantilevered over the courtyard.
The joinery throughout the home has been expertly crafted with the residence fitted with the latest technology and automation system and a self-sustained battery generator.
Each room flows effortlessly, connecting the indoors and outside with an abundance of natural greenery falling from the upper-level gardens, down the angular lines of the home.
At the heart of the home is the central courtyard and north-facing swimming pool.
Submerged views can be enjoyed from the lower level rumpus area and the temperature-controlled wine cellar.
The judges were unanimous that the attention to detail in this home is outstanding.
They commented that the quality of finishes, building construction and workmanship is flawless.
The home was also named the winner of the Australian Custom Built Home.
The Housing Industry Association (HIA) Awards were announced on 23 April in front of an audience of industry leaders and home-building consumers.
HIA’s Managing Director Graham Wolfe said the HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards recognise the best in Australia’s residential building industry.
“HIA is committed to recognising the outstanding achievements of our members,” Mr Wolfe said.
“The HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards allow us to acknowledge the skill and commitment of our members who excel in building exceptional homes, kitchens and bathrooms and have highly successful businesses.
“The workmanship of award winners is exceptional; demonstrated in projects that push the boundaries in design and innovation.
“My congratulations also goes to our future tradespeople – our apprentices – who strive to be the best in all their pursuits. And to the professional builders and business partners who are ahead of the game in customer service, design and innovation, building quality and business practices,” Mr Wolfe added.
2022 HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards winners
2022 HIA-CSR Australian Home of the Year
JW Constructions, Queensland
2022 HIA Australian Apartment of the Year
BCG Constructions, Victoria
2022 HIA Australian Apartment Complex
Aria Property Group, Queensland
2022 HIA Jim Brookes Australian Apprentice
Brayden Burgess, Hunter
2022 HIA Australian Bathroom of the Year
Ultraspace and John Cardillo Building Services, Queensland
2022 HIA Australian Bathroom Design
Archertec Interiors, ACT/NSW
2022 HIA Australian Business Partner
Rebecca Bishop, Elite Building Services, Victoria
2022 HIA Australian Custom Built Home
JW Constructions, Queensland
2022 HIA Australian Display Home
Webb & Brown-Neaves, Western Australia
2022 HIA Australian Apprentice Host Trainer
Matthew Earl, Rossmark, New South Wales
2022 HIA Australian Kitchen of the Year
Walls Bros Designer Kitchens and Klemm Homes, South Australia
2022 HIA Australian Kitchen Design
Concepts By Gavin Hepper, New South Wales
2022 HIA Australian Outdoor Project
Averna Homes, Western Australia
2022 HIA-CSR Australian People’s Choice Home
Belot Property Group, Victoria
2022 HIA Australian Project Home
Construction By Design, New South Wales
2022 HIA Australian Professional Major Builder
Eden Brae Homes, New South Wales
2022 HIA Australian Professional Medium Builder / Renovator
Hermitage Homes, Victoria
2022 HIA Australian Professional Small Builder / Renovator
P.A.H Innovative Construction, ACT & Southern NSW
2022 HIA Australian Renovation / Addition Project
Critharis Constructions, New South Wales
2022 HIA Australian Spec Home
Capozzi Building, Western Australia
2022 HIA Australian Specialised Housing
Building Development Group Constructions and Sana Living, Western Australia
2022 HIA Australian Townhouse/Villa Development
2022 HIA Australian Townhouse/Villa of the Year
St Georges Constructions, South Australia