NATIONAL AWARD

Quartersawn Design Build                            
Minneapolis, MN

This stately urban house has a large lot with a pool, but the views and circulation were lacking. The homeowners wanted space for family and entertaining. Daylight and connection to the back yard were key. Quartersawn Design Build’s addition extends to the back and side creating a truly great room with kitchen, dinette and family spaces. Crisp white cabinetry and an abundance of windows help keep the room bright. The old dark kitchen was reconfigured to be a powder room, pantry and mudroom/service entry.

Regional Award

Red House Design Build                                
Providence, RI

This 564-square-foot addition was the final phase in a multi-phased master plan implemented for the homeowners. The bespoke addition includes a gabled roof with decorative exposed beams, a custom bar, checkerboard flooring, and a hand-carved stone mantle—a sophisticated and refined space for hosting friends and family.

Regional Award

CrossTek Construction                                  
Huntsville, AL

A new two story addition gave this home everything it was lacking. On the main floor two additional garage spaces, a chef’s kitchen with commercial grade windows, quartzite countertops, a built in dual fuel pizza oven, and new pantry provided plenty of additional storage and entertaining space. Upstairs the existing game room was nearly quadrupled in size and featured a wet bar area and new half bath. New casement windows, standing seam metal roofing, and paint helped tie in the addition on the outside. Now the home had plenty of space for everyone to enjoy and use.

Regional Award

Pathway Design and Construction               
Seattle, WA

Pathway Design and Construction brightened up the kitchen with classic white cabinetry and to make the space light and airy, installed a skylight. They then added a pantry with countertops, shelving, cabinets, and washer/dryer hookups so the owners can relocate the laundry room as they age in place. A deck extends off the back for the homeowners to relax, host friends, and enjoy the fresh air.

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