The Best of Houzz 2021: The most popular architecture and design

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The world’s leading platform for home renovation and design, Houzz is a great place to peruse the work of the globe’s leading kitchen and bathroom renovators, architects, interior and landscape designers. Which is why the annual Best of Houzz awards offering interesting insights into what is trending and making the average homeowner tick.

With awards across three categories, the Best Of Houzz 2021 recognises design, customer service and photography. The design category honours professionals whose work was the most popular among the Houzz community while customer service honours are based on several factors, including a professional’s overall rating on Houzz and client reviews for projects completed in 2020. Photography badges are awarded to architecture and interior design photographers whose images were the most popular.

Awards highlight: An indoors-outdoors hallway, featuring glass sliding doors, by Justin Loe Architects.
It’s not hard to see why this infinity pool, by Justin Long Design, was one of the most popular designs on the site. Photo by Erin Sierins.

“The Best Of Houzz awards are an emblem of trust and credibility for home professionals across Australia and around the world, and we are excited to celebrate this year’s winners,” says Tony Been, Managing Director ANZ at Houzz of the award that recognises just three per cent of the more than 2.5 million active home professionals and interior/architectural photographers on the platform.

Awards highlight: A spa-like bathroom featuring oversized chevron tiles by MMAD Architecture. Photo by Jack Lovel.
Awards highlight: This modern white kitchen (with timber accents) was created by Blakes of Sydney and is one of the most popular designs on the site

“The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted our critical need as homeowners to feel comfortable before inviting pros into and around our homes, and the Best Of Houzz badge is a powerful way to communicate the trust that homeowners have in a pro’s business. It’s just one of many tools on the Houzz platform that help pros convey their unique expertise, and help homeowners find the right professionals for their projects,” says Tony.

This bright and airy living space by Kube Constructions proved popular. Photo by Dylan James.
Awards highlight: An inviting garden with fire pit, by Bayon Gardens. Photo by Tim Turner.

A “Best Of Houzz 2020” badge, specifying category won, appears on winners’ profiles to help homeowners identify popular and top-rated home professionals on Houzz locally and around the world. ‘Houzz Pro’ members can also add the ‘Best of Houzz’ standout tag to their profile, which will appear in their directory listing and convey credibility. Winners have been announced globally. 

Awards highlight: A monochrome contemporary home exterior by Big House Little House
The coastal trend remains solid if the popularity of this living space by Jodie Cooper Design is any indication. Photo by DMax Photography.

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