Tilt Panel House



  • Te Kāhui Whaihanga New Zealand Institute of Architects Nelson Marlborough Architecture Award (Residential)

  • 2009

    • New Zealand Concrete Society Concrete Awards - Commendation



  • “Tilt Panel House”, Archello, Holland, March 27, www.archello.com

  • 2015

    • Design Guide, Concrete Form, Issue 2015, page 52 - 62

    • Houses New Zealand, "Up close with Nelson-based architect Jeremy Smith", Issue 37, Spring

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    • 2013

      • Objects of Desire Exhibition, Whakatane Libary & Exhibition Centre, Aug

      • 2012

        • Kiwi Prefab - Cottage To Cutting Edge, Pamela Bell & Mark Southcombe, Balasogou Books, 2012, pg 72

        • Kiwi Prefab - Cottage To Cutting Edge Exhibition, Puke Ariki, New Plymouth, 1 Dec - 1 Apr

        • Arch Daily, www.archdaily.com, May

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        • 2011

This family home sits within a new suburban subdivision, bordered by a forest reserve and overlooking Nelson’s Tasman Bay. Conceived to provide a durable, cost efficient and thermally sustainable house solution for a young and creative family, the Tilt Panel House was developed using a commercial approach to fabricating buildings with pre-formed insulated concrete panels. The industrial structure was then domesticated with applied layering of texture and light to soften and warm as a family home.

The Tilt Panel House received a commendation at the 2009 NZ Concrete Awards “given in recognition of a residential building of outstanding achievement in the advancement of concrete practice in design, construction, rehabilitation or research.”

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