Hallbury Homes has won 2015 / 2016 Victorian Display Home of the Year (overall) as well as 2015/ 2015 Victorian Display Home over $600,000.
The distinct, contemporary Australian, wide-open-space-styled home is a collection of fresh and bold ideas. Designed for families seeking a unique residence with a sense of architectural presence and scale at an affordable price, this four-bedroom home with separate study has it all.
The architecture of the Pavillion features an Eastern influence with wide eaves, low-pitched roof, bluestone blade entry wall, metallic surfaced masonry and contemporary timber claddings. Inside, the modern floorplan showcases large-scale luxurious living and bedroom zones, three stunning open voids and a minimalist architectural theme. “An internal atrium maximises solar axis and provides a direct connection to indoor and outdoor living spaces” the judges said.
The contemporary-style kitchen has high-end Blum drawer and cupboard systems, Smeg appliances and a concealed walk-in butler’s pantry.
The design makes extensive use of architectural elements including floor-to-ceiling window glazing, plastered reveals to windows and doors, timber wall panelling and linear slot heating and cooling vents to bring a sense of luxury and style.
HIA presents various Awards in recognition of the premium work being undertaken by HIA members in the residential building industry. The Awards recognise the best HIA members each year.
Hallbury’s wins makes it eligible for entry into the Australian Housing Awards. The HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards showcase the finest homes and building professionals from around Australia. They celebrate the highest level of achievement of HIA members in the residential building industry. Each year roughly 900 people attend the awards night and the related events, making it Australia’s most prestigious awards recognising the home building industry. In each of the ten HIA regions across Australia, winners are recognised at Award ceremonies throughout the year. The major winners progress to become finalists in the Australian Housing Awards – judged against the best builders and designers nationwide.