Hamlan Honoured in HIA Industry AwardsPublished on September 6, 2017
We have cemented our reputation as Geelong’s leading residential builder after receiving two prestigious awards at the HIA (Housing Industry Association) Western Victorian Regional Housing Awards on Friday night held at the RACV Torquay Resort.
We were awarded Display Home of the Year for our Sabine 344 display in Gen Fyansford and Kitchen of the Year for the stunning kitchen design in one of our custom-built homes.
Hamlan General Manager Andrew Carroll, said our business is made up of passionate, local people committed to delivering the very best in design and construction for our clients. We’ve worked tirelessly over the past 18 months to develop our new architecturally designed Aspect Range of homes so we’re thrilled to be recognised for all of our hard work at this high level in the industry.
“We are delighted to receive these awards from the HIA and to be recognised by the industry for the quality of architectural design and craftmanship in our homes.
“Named after the tallest waterfall complex in the Otway Ranges, the statuesque Sabine 344 was designed for the Geelong knock-down rebuild market ensuring that this home fits neatly on the old 50ft wide blocks.
“The custom designed and locally made timber staircase is a real feature of the home and the dramatic high ceiling in the entry along with the industrial style windows are also really impressive. We’ve tried to include every little detail to suit a modern families’ lifestyle. Other stand out features include the expansive walk-in robe in the master bedroom, a butler’s pantry and sunken lounge at the front of the home that features a fireplace.”
The Kitchen of the Year award went to the kitchen from a stunning four-bedroom, multi-level home based on the ‘Sabine 344’ design, which has been customised to specifically suit the site and capture available views.
The expansive kitchen forms the heart of the home and showcases handmade ceramic ‘fish scale’ jade tiles to the splash back as well as stone benches and stainless steel SMEG appliances. It extends via a server’s window to an alfresco complete with a Weber barbecue and antique oven.