b'The judges commented that this project demonstrates an innovative and contrived approach; incredibly clever. The colour concept was a unique way to decorate the space on a very limited budget. The colours are placed in such a way that the walls become the artwork.A Heritage Colour Maestro was won by Peter Reed of Salmond Reed Architects for the 120-year-old Allendale House in Auckland. The judges commented: Incredibly thoughtful, this colour palette is not punchy or overwhelming, its just completely appropriate. It has moved the building forward with respect. The respect applied makes you treasure it more as a reflection of times gone by. Neo-Georgian with a Victorian undertone, coloured with complete sensitivity for enjoyment today.A Lifetime Achievement award was given to interior designer and tutor Nanette Cameron. Nanettes name is familiar to the thousands of Aucklanders with a passion for art, design and architecture. During its 40-year history the Nanette Cameron School of Interior Design has instilled an understanding and appreciation of design and colour in more than 4000 students. A Heritage Colour Maestro award was won by Peter Reed of Salmond Reed Architects for Allendale House in Auckland. It uses Resene Quarter Oilskin walls, Resene Silver Chalice on the turret, Resene Resene Half Rakaia mouldings, Resene Black White trims and Half Rakaia Resene Blast Grey on the fence.'