The Horbury Hunt Residential Award rewards innovation and craftsmanship in brickwork in residential projects, recognizing the contribution of architects, builders, bricklayers and manufacturers in the process.

In 2015 the awards jury considered a record number of entries to the Horbury Hunt Residential category, with one winner and four finalists chosen from more than 300 entries. The jury comprised of renowned architects and experts, including Jayson Blight (COX Architecture, QLD), Clare Cousins (Clare Cousins Architects, VIC), Anupama Kundoo (Anupama Kundoo, Spain/India), Cameron Bruhn (Architecture Media) and Elizabeth McIntyre (Think Brick).

This year’s winner of the Horbury Hunt Residential Award is Hello House (Vic) by OOF! Architecture.

The jury commented, “This friendly little building works with brick in a highly inventive and delightful way. The super graphic wall located on the street edge merges the domestic and the public to create a unique urban artefact.”
— Think Brick Australia

The Horbury Hunt Residential Award winner and finalists from the 2015 Think Brick Awards are:

Horbury Hunt Residential Award winners:
Hello House (Vic) by OOF! Architecture
Horbury Hunt Residential Award finalists:
McIlwrick Street Residence, Windsor (Vic) by B.E Architecture
Courtyard House (NSW) by Aileen Sage Architects
Wedge House (Vic) by Inglis Architects
Lake Wendouree House (Vic) by John Wardle Architects