The New Zealand Institute of Architects has just announced the winners of the 2013 Canterbury Architecture Awards, and we're delighted to present them for you here.

First up, the homes: the two images below show the Annandale Shepherds Cottage and Annandale Homestead on Banks Peninsula, both sensitively restored by Pattersons, which won awards in the Heritage and Sustainable Architecture categories.


Next, a home many of you will recognise from our Home of the Year issue last April: the Clifton Hill House (below), originally designed by Ernest A. Kalnins in 1965 and sensitively renovated by Duval O'Neill of Herriot + Melhuish.

Another award-winner in the Housing category was this home (below) by Sumich Chaplin Architects. 

Also in the Housing category, this house in Ilam (below) by C. Nott Architects.

Matz Architects designed this home in Merivale (below), also a winner in the Housing category. 

This house in Fernside (below) by Wilkie + Bruce Architects also picked up awards in the Housing and Sustainable Architecture categories.

This holiday home (below) at picturesque Ngaio Point, Akaroa, is by Wilson & Hill Architects and also won a Housing category award.

This home (below) at Pentre Terrace won a Housing award for Cymon Allfrey Architects.

C. Nott Architects' second award in the Housing category is for the 'Tekapo Tractor Shed' (below), which is actually a shed-like holiday home.

Two projects at Christchurch Airport also received Canterbury Architecture Awards. The Air New Zealand Regional Lounge (below), designed by BVN Donovan Hill and Jasmax, won awards for Commercial and Interior Architecture. 

Also at Christchurch Airport, the Integrated Terminal Project (below) by Warren & Mahoney and Hassell won an award for Commercial Architecture. 

There were three winners in the Public Architecture category. First, the Selwyn Aquatic Centre (below), designed by Warren & Mahoney, which also won a Sustainable Architecture award in recognition of its passive energy utilisation.

Another award-winning pool complex: Timaru's Caroline Bay Aquatic Centre (below), designed by Boon Goldsmith Bhaskar Brebner Team Architecture. 

Christchurch City Council's own architecture office designed the Aranui Library (below), which picked up a Sustainable Architecture award in addition to being recognised in the Public Architecture category. 

The St Margaret College's Gymnasium and Chapel project (below), designed by Athfield Architects, received an award in the Education category. 

The repair of Harper and Julius Houses at Christ's College (below) by Wilkie + Bruce Architects won a Sustainable Architecture Award for the sensitive restoration of this Category 2 Heritage building originally designed by Benjamin Mountfort. 

The University of Canterbury's James Hight Undercroft (below) won an interior architecture award in recognition of Warren & Mahoney's transformation of a space bicycle storage area into a student hub. 

Athfield Architects picked up an award in the Commercial Architecture category for their work on the Fendalton Road shops (below). 

And Fulton Ross Team Architects won an award in the Sustainable Architecture category for their work on the New Regent Street shops (below). 

Last but not least, Herriot + Melhuish Architects won an Interior Architecture award for their work on Sala Sala Restaurant (below), which also features in our current issue. 

All the winners of the Canterbury Architecture Awards are now eligible for consideration in the New Zealand Architecture Awards, which will be announced in May next year. We'll keep you posted on those, of course - as well as the other regional awards as they're announced over the coming months.