Awards

Many of Tawera Group’s projects have been recognised for their superb design and execution.

We value the architectural heritage that is part of the fabric of New Zealand’s city environments and do our utmost to produce the best quality work while maintaining the integrity of these historic buildings.

Our effort to be sympathetic to our urban history has been recognised over many years.

Hereford Residences

WINNER

Apartment Building of the Year 2017 Trends International Design Awards New Zealand


Award of excellence

New Zealand Property Council award of excellence best in the Adaptive and Reuse category for the newly refurbished Hereford Residences.


WINNER

New Zealand Property Council award of excellence best in the Adaptive and Reuse category for the newly refurbished Hopetoun Residences.



Hopetoun Residences

WINNER

Hopetoun Residences named Multi-Unit Residential Property of the year


Finalist

Adaptive and Reuse category at the 2016 Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards.


Award of excellence

New Zealand Property Council award of excellence best in the Adaptive and Reuse category for the newly refurbished Hopetoun Residences.



132 Vincent St

Award of excellence

New Zealand Property Council award for leadership in residential design and a finalist in the Adaptive and Reuse category for the spacious and sophisticated dwellings at 132 Vincent St.



St James building

Winner

BOMA Award for the historically classified St James building in central Auckland.



Park Lane Apartment

Winner

BOMA Award for the sensitive and stunning Park Lane Apartment property in Auckland.



York St Apartments

Winner

BOMA Award for leadership in residential design for the centrally located York St Apartments.



St Francis apartments

Winner

James Hardie NZ Institute of Building Award for St Francis serviced apartments and boutique hotel in Wellington.



Chaffers Dock Apartments

Winner

NZIA Award for design excellence at the beautifully appointed Chaffers Dock Apartments.