The awards have been running for nearly thirty years now, meaning that the judges have a good idea of what’s needed to elevate the entries into the winning criteria.
The overall winner of the Home of the Year & Best Contemporary Self Build went to Bunch Lane House, which had a build cost of £425,000 by Architect Vint & Smith Architecture + Design, pictured.
The judges felt that the house was a great design crafted for a great value of £1,500/m2, created by owner and architect Tavia and Richard Vint through the clever use of cost effective materials.
Best Contemporary-Style Self Build — sponsored by Folding Doors 2 U
Best Traditional-Style Self Build — sponsored by Rationel Windows & Doors
Best Extension — sponsored by ABC+ Warranty
Best Renovation — sponsored by Yeoman Rainguard
Best Conversion — sponsored by Etex (Exteriors) UK, providers of Eternit Slates
Best Eco Home — sponsored by Ecology Building Society
Home of the Year — sponsored by Icynene
Spirit of Self Build — sponsored by Hörmann
Readers’ Choice Award — sponsored by Selfbuild & Contract Floors
Check out all the winners on Homebuilding & Renovating’s website.
Credit: Homebuilding & Renovating/Simon Maxwell