Awards Region ACT And Southern NSW (32) Donotshow (32) Gold Coast (32) Hunter NSW (32) National Office (32) New South Wales (32) Northern Territory (32) North Queensland (32) Queensland (32) South Australia (32) Tasmania (32) Victoria (32) Western Australia (32) Date Range Current Week (1) Past 1 Year (31) Past 2 Or More Years (31) Winners revealed: regional interior design award category HOUSING’s snapshot of the state winners from the new residential interior design award category introduced in 2019. Winners revealed: 2019 HIA Australian GreenSmart Awards The winners of the 2019 HIA Australian GreenSmart Awards were announced on 10 September. 2019 HIA Australian GreenSmart Renovation/Addition Project This award, partnered by CSR Building Products, recognises an extension or renovation involving structural building work to an existing individual house or other residential building. 2019 HIA Australian GreenSmart Home and GreenSmart Sustainable Home This home has been awarded the top accolade in the 2019 HIA Australian GreenSmart Awards, winning the 2019 HIA Australian GreenSmart Home. 2019 HIA Australian GreenSmart Display/Project Home HIA Australian GreenSmart Display/Project Home is partnered by InfraBuild and is presented to an individual house currently on display to the public, intended for reproduction as displayed or with standard variations. 2019 HIA Australian GreenSmart Product HIA Australian GreenSmart Product is partnered by Brighter and recognises a product integral to the construction or operation of a home which has been placed on the Australian market within the last 24 months. 2019 HIA Australian GreenSmart Custom Built Home The HIA Australian GreenSmart Custom Built Home is partnered by B&D Doors and Access Systems and recognises a home designed and built on contract, specifically for the site, according to a client’s requirements. 2019 HIA Australian GreenSmart Multi Dwelling Development This award is partnered by RapidRidge and is presented to a multiple dwelling residential project, typically known as dual occupancy (two dwellings on a single allotment), villas (one storey), townhouses (two-three storey) and terrace housing, whether attached or detached, as well as residential apartment buildings of two or more storeys, not including car parking, and containing at least two self-contained dwellings.