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2016 Winner

Domestic - Saved and Restored Award

Racecourse Hill Homestead

Entrant: Brian and Bernice Cribb

Severely damaged by the 4 September earthquake in 2010, the Racecourse Hill Homestead of 1912, one of architect Cecil Woods’ outstanding English Domestic Revival homesteads, was initially targeted for demolition. In 2012 this century old homestead was purchased by Brian and Bernice Cribb who, with incredible foresight and dedication, have undertaken an outstanding approach to its repair and restoration resulting in the conservation of a significant example of Canterbury domestic architecture.

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