Harvey Homes’ competition which challenged children across the North West to design their perfect lockdown home has resulted in a whole host of fantastic entries.
From drawings, to models, to computer-designed extravaganzas, we were blown away with the quality of the work that was sent to us.
Some people preferred to focus on fun, with slides, aquariums and disco rooms, whereas others took a more serious approach and based their homes on simple living, with access to crops and farmland.
With so many brilliant entries, it was a very difficult task for our judges who were really impressed with the designs that were submitted.
The first prize has been awarded based on a very modern design that doesn’t look unlike something our own architects would create themselves. Congratulations Daniel Warner!
The two runners up are Nahja Aston and Sam Sugg who also submitted fascinating designs.
All winners will receive Amazon vouchers and Harvey Homes goodie bag.
Director of Harvey Homes, Tom Ratcliffe helped to judge the competition and commented that: “Giving families homes that they are proud of is something that is really important to us and is why our houses are designed with flexible living spaces and high-quality features.
“With coronavirus keeping many people inside, we wanted to encourage children across the region to think about house design and have some fun while getting creative, and we are delighted with the responses that we have had.”