Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Residential Architect Design Awards Announced

The 10th annual residential architect Design Awards were just announced in the March/April issue. There were over 1100 entries this year in 16 categories. Only 44 projects were recognized for honors and Anice Hoachlander photographed three of the winners. Broadhurst Architects won the Outbuilding Grand Prize for the Shack at Hinkle Farm. The judges gave the project a Grand award for the architect's tenacity and the simplicity of outcome. Bonstra Haresign Architects won an adaptive reuse merit award for Parker Flats at Gage School in Washington, DC. The architects converted an abandoned public school building into 92 loft-style condos. The results were lauded by the judges as "skillfully done inside and outside." And Barnes Vanze Architects won a Restoration/Preservation Merit Award for an historic virginia farmhouse in Great Falls, VA. "They brought the house into a 20th-century lifestyle and maintained the richness," said one judge.
Congratuations to our winning clients this year and thanks for the opportunity to photograph such wonderful projects!

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