Australian HIA Bathroom Design of the Year 2017

NSW design firm Minosa has won the Australian Bathroom Design award at the 2017 HIA- CSR Australian Housing Awards.

Minosa founders - Simona Castagna & Darren Genner
Simona Castagna, Darren Genner & Brian Murphy from Caroma

This year’s award winning projects were unveiled tonight before hundreds of industry leaders at the prestigious awards ceremony held at the Hamilton Island Convention Centre.

The HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards are the ultimate platform to showcase the talents of the nation’s top builders and designers. Winners are selected from state-based finalists, with awards in 21 separate categories.

The Australian Bathroom Design award, partnered by Caroma, recognises excellence in the design of a renovated or new bathroom in a residential project.
The designers have taken a respectful approach to the 1920s origins of the winning project by carefully integrating minimalist features to achieve a stylish bathroom in this renovated home.
The judges said “that every detail has been chosen carefully, and they all work in harmony with each other.”

HIA NSW Executive Director David Bare said the HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards program is unsurpassed in the residential building industry.

“Well done and congratulations to all of our award winners and finalists for your unequalled dedication to creating award winning projects,” Mr Bare said. “Each year the benchmark is set to the highest level of workmanship and excellence in design and building”.

HIA is Australia’s peak building industry body representing more than 40,000 builders, suppliers and contractors involved in residential construction.

Judged by industry professionals, the awards acknowledge the talent of builders, designers and building companies who plan and construct quality new housing, apartments, renovations, kitchens and bathrooms. 

This is the third year in a row Minosa has been crowned the with this outstanding award of Australian Bathroom Design of the Year. 


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