The Resene Total Colour Awards 2013 judging panel brought together the design and colour knowledge of Sylvia Sandford, John Walsh and Resene Total Colour Award 2012 winner, Henry Crothers.
With an extensive array of entries to choose from, the calibre of judging panel of the Resene Total Colour Awards meant that debate was robust and lively during the judging process.
Designer, paint finisher, writer, tutor, public speaker, visual merchandiser, decorator and cook captures the 30 year career of Sylvia Sandford. Project inspired with an eclectic career, Sylvia pursues her passion for house and home throughout New Zealand. Sylvia has a long history with Resene and was the Resene Colour Ambassador for many years encouraging decorators to embrace colour in their projects.
John Walsh is the Communications Manager of the New Zealand Institute of Architects. Previously he was managing editor of a stable of design magazines which included Architecture NZ, Urbis and Landscape Architecture NZ. He is the author of three books on New Zealand residential architecture. John has previously judged the Resene Total Colour Awards and was part of the inaugural Resene Total Colour Awards judging panel.
Henry Crothers is a landscape architect and urban designer with particular interest and expertise in contemporary urbanism and the design of complex urban landscapes. His recent experience includes city centre streetscapes and public open spaces and new waterfront spaces as part of the on-going redevelopment of Auckland's award winning Wynyard Quarter. He believes that the considered use of colour can contribute positively to the urban environment by mediating between the overly cluttered or sadly monotonous aesthetic of cities. In 2012 he won the Resene Total Colour Master Nightingale Award for the New Lynn Bridge in Auckland.
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