Queenslanders trump HIA – CSR Australian Housing Awards

first_imgSpace Constructions, based in Bulimba, won Australian Display Home for a Bulimba Pde home.QUEENSLAND has proved to be a dominant force at this year’s HIA – CSR Australian Housing Awards.Queensland won eight out of a possible 21 awards, proving the Sunshine State is leading the way in innovative housing design.HIA managing director Shane Goodwin said the awards recognised outstanding achievement within the residential building industry. Space Constructions, based in Bulimba, won Australian Display Home for a Bulimba Pde home.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The judges noted that the clever use of double-height glazing and a striking feature wall delivered a wow factor as the living area unfolded.Space Constructions joint principal Bob Antic said the living area was also his favourite part of the stunning home.Mr Antic started Space Constructions about 10 years ago with joint principal Andy Tomic, and they joined forces with Hugo Design to work on the award-winning home.“The double-height ceilings in the living room, with the fireplace and stone wall, and especially the feature timber ceiling, are probably my favourite features of the home,” Mr Antic said.He said he was genuinely surprised to win the accolade because it was a heavily contested award.Planbuild Homes, based in Kedron, won Australian Project Home for “Epernay”, built overlooking the racecourse at Hendra. For a list of award winners, visit https://hia.com.au/ahalast_img

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