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Spadaccini Homes took top honours this year at the Master Builders WA Housing Excellence Awards 2022. Image: Supplied.
  • Top Home 2022 went to Spadaccini Homes
  • Best Country Home went to Adrian Zorzi
  • Best Display Home went to Atrium Homes

The 42nd Master Builders Awards for Western Australia were held over the weekend, wherein judges cast their eyes on over 300 housing entries across 29 categories.

While Covid and the knock-on effects continued to bear down on industry, Chief Judge Robert Shaw applauded builders for their grit through the challenges:

“The entries in this year’s awards have surpassed anything our judges expected. It has been a tough 12 months for our industry, so to see such high-quality homes shows how resilient how industry is.”

MBA WA Housing Excellence Awards Chief Judge Robert Shaw

MBA WA executive director John Gelavis also commended the work of builders across the tough year that was:

“During such unprecedented times, we were pleased to see our members continuing to strive for excellence.

“It has been an extremely challenging year, and despite setbacks, we have seen some incredible work produced,” Mr Gelavis said.

Top Home

The finalists for the 2022 Top Home category were:

  • Spadaccini Homes, North Beach,
  • Adrian Zorzi, Yallingup,
  • Seacrest Homes, North Beach, and
  • A Di Bucci & Sons, Mount Pleasant.

Spadaccini Homes took out the top gong for its North Beach masterpiece, the home also being awarded Tradesperson of the Year (Spadaccini Homes and Hardrock Plastering).

The waterfront home welcomes copious volumes of the natural surrounding beauty.

Spread across several floors, the home comprises four bedrooms, five bathrooms, living, dining, kitchen, study, along with a fully equipped gym with kitchenette, pool, sauna, and steam room.

A prime example of the beauty and complexity of the design is the spiral staircase, created from a single pipe and cut into curled handrails.

Best Country Home

The finalists were:

  • Adrian Zorzi, Yallingup,
  • Red Dog Carpentry, Middleton Beach,
  • Jame Groom Building, Geraldton, and
  • Connolly Home, Djugun.

Adrian Zorzi was awarded Best Country Home, the property also appeared as a finalist for the top honour on Saturday night.

The Yallingup property is a symphony of minimalism and contemporary sophistication. The self-sufficient home includes seamless entry via recessed sliding door tracks, with the burnished concrete floor a stand-out feature of the property.

Best Display Home

The finalists were:

  • Atrium Homes, The Long Island – Dalkeith,
  • Webb and Brown-Neaves, The Highline – Jolimont, and
  • Novus Homes, The Zenith – Jolimont.

Atrium Homes won with its Dalkeith property, the stonework a major appeal of the property. The Long Island boasts an outstanding street appeal, along with a full balcony and Hamptons style ceilings.


All images supplied by Master Builders WA.

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