The Window & Glass Association NZ 2021 Gala Awards Dinner was held at the Cordis Hotel in Auckland last month.
Hosting the industry’s brightest and best after a year like no other, the evening celebrated the winners of four apprentice award categories and a number of design award categories, showcasing best in class.
The awards are made possible thanks to a growing list of sponsors supporting WGANZ, the national association representing the window, door and glass industry, including:
APL, Altus, Assa Abloy, Glasscorp, Metro, Omega, Technoform, and Viridian.
Doric, Dulux, Dynex, Glass Team, and PPL.
This year’s winners were:
Supreme Winner and the Commercial over $100,000 category – NZ Windows Commercial, for Te Whare Nui O Tuteata (Scion Crown Research Institute), Rotorua
Innovation – Woods Glass (New Zealand) Ltd, for Commercial Bay, Auckland
Residential under $50,000 – Design Windows Nelson, for the Anderson House
Residential $50,000-$150,000 – Design Windows Dunedin, for Roof Top Apartment
Residential over $150,000 – Phoenix Windows and Doors, for Coatesville Ridgeline
Commercial under $100,000 – Haynes Glass, for ANZ Ranga
Designing with Glass – Commercial – Viridian Glass, for Auckland Zoo High Canopy Habitat
Showroom Award – Lakeland Glass, for Lakeland Glass Showroom
Sustainability Award – Metro Performance Glass, for Turanga, Christchurch
Apprentice of the Year – Architectural Aluminium Joinery: Leon McClelland, Native Timber Joinery, Te Awamutu
Apprentice of the Year – Glass & Glazing (and winner of the Alan Sage Memorial Award): Bradan Rowe, Viridian Glass, Nelson
Most Promising Apprentice – Architectural Aluminium Joinery: Jack Marks – Insite Facades, Auckland
Most Promising Apprentice – Glass & Glazing: Keenan Tamarapa – The Glass Man, New Plymouth
For more information visit www.wganz.org.nz/awards.