Extension/Conversion of the Year 2022 Winners

Without further ado, we’re excited to announce the designs you selected as the winners of Extension/Conversion of the year! Check to see if your favourites won.

Earning top marks for a truly incredible transformation, Renovation Consultant Kim Reiche takes home first place for the PCA: Extension/Conversion of the year! The Franklin homeowners took their time finding the perfect plot of land to build a home to spend their retirement in and Kim matched their efforts by delivering an idyllic garage conversion with an interior inspired by Scandinavian design and a spacious patio for enjoying many a lovely evening.

1st place Extension/Conversion of the Year
See the full project here.
Renovation Consultants converted a cluttered Kings Langley garage into a dreamy granny flat with an inviting jewel-toned colour palette and bespoke lighting, scoring the duo second place.

2nd place Extension/Conversion of the Year
See the full renovation here.
Wrapping up the category in third place is Renovation Consultant Mark Morrison and his ultra-modern Rānui renovation. The reimagined space saw a conversion from cramped to open-plan by combining the kitchen and lounge areas and reconfiguring exterior joinery for a sleek and functional design. 

3rd place Extension/Conversion of the Year
See the full renovation here.
Congratulations to our winners and nominees for their hard work this year!

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