VillaVilla Awards

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Trends Home Kitchen Bathroom

TIDA Awards

Recognising excellence in design

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Trends - Bathroom Kitchen & Home

The Luxury of Less

This Modern master bedroom rethink keeps things simple, serene and yet five-star sumptuous - touches of classic detailing tie back to the vila.
 

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TIDA Award Winner

Recently we won the TIDA Architect-Designed New Home Award. Thanks to everyone involved in making this project a success.
 

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TIDA Award Winner

2017 WINNER - Tida New Zealand Bathroom Of The Year
Trends International Design Awards 2017

 

 
 
 
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Character Building

Like many New Zealanders who have grown up in an old villa or bungalow, boutique property developer Andy Blyth loves these older-style, character homes.

 

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Run-down Grey Lynn transitional villa gets
award-winning renovation

There's plenty of life left in Grey Lynn's tired villas, but they do need a bit of work, and sometimes an extreme makeover is called for. That's what happened to this run-down transitional villa, which has just won the 2017 TIDA NZ Architect-designed Renovation award.

 

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TIDA Awards 2017 WINNER

2017 WINNER - New Zealand Architect-Designed Renovation of the Year
Trends International Design Awards

 
 
 
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Master Builders Awards 2017

Master Builders Lifestyle Award Winner 2017 - Bathroom
Master Builders Regional House of the Year Gold Winner 2017
Master Builders Regional House of the Year Gold Reserve Winner 2017

 
 
 
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TIDA Awards 2017 WINNER

2017 WINNER - New Zealand Architect Bathroom Of The Year
Trends International Design Awards

 
 
 
 

TIDA Awards 2015 WINNER

2015 WINNER - New Zealand Home Of The Year
Trends International Design Awards

 
 
 
 

Villa Appeal

Aucklanders have long had a love affair with the villa – or at least the romantic notion of living in one...

Neatly aligned along some of the city’s most desirable streets, with their pristine white picket fences and proud double-bay frontages resplendent with ornate Victorian fretwork, trusses and finials, it’s easy to see why these once utilitarian abodes have become an object of desire for the upwardly mobile and young professional families.

 

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