Remodeling Design Awards

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Remodeling Design Awards: Bridge House Remodeling Design Awards: Bridge House

At a historic Victorian house in San Francisco, McElroy Architecture and 7x7 Construction blended original details and materials with modern style and amenities to create an open, welcoming family home with a striking focal point: a steel and redwood bridge that connects the spaces of the renovated upper level.Click here to learn more about this project. More

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Remodeling Design Awards: Telegraph Hill Stair Remodeling Design Awards: Telegraph Hill Stair

Lundberg Design wanted this four-story staircase to open up the center of the home while maintaining a sturdy structure. With builder Product and Design, the team created an intricate steel and oak stair juxtaposed with a striking lightwell and glass wall.Click here to learn more about this project. More

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Remodeling Design Awards: Garden Level Great Room Remodeling Design Awards: Garden Level Great Room

Using sleek dividing and storage elements, Steven Shoup of building Lab created a true multi-purpose space in the basement of this traditional family home. A strong indoor/outdoor connection and 9-foot ceilings help the basement feel open and airy.Click here to learn more about this project. More

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Remodeling Design Awards: Hunter Porch and Pool Remodeling Design Awards: Hunter Porch and Pool

Twenty years after remodeling the interior of this client’s home, McInturff Architects returned, along with Timber Ridge Builders, to re-do the backyard. Working in a tight space, the team created an elegant outdoor space with a slim pool and an intricate screened porch.Click here to learn more about this project. More

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Remodeling Design Awards: The Ultimate Roof Deck Remodeling Design Awards: The Ultimate Roof Deck

To transform a rundown and unused roof atop a Mission-style home in San Francisco into a spectacular spot for entertaining, Ohashi Design Studio and Jeff King & Co. had to get creative not only with design, but with construction techniques, including a custom waterproofing system and walkable skylights.Click here to learn more about this project. More

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Remodeling Design Awards: Shou Sugi Ban Bath Remodeling Design Awards: Shou Sugi Ban Bath

In this master bath remodel, Neal Schwartz was guided not only by his own design knowledge but also by guidance from the client, who uses a wheelchair. The result is a modern bathroom that prioritizes ergonomics as much as appearance.Click here to learn more about this project. More

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Remodeling Design Awards: Tamalpais Residence Remodeling Design Awards: Tamalpais Residence

Zack | De Vito Architecture + Design took this kit home from outdated to extraordinary, with modern details that include energy-efficiency and home automation systems as well as an open floor plan with large expanses of glass to showcase of the site’s sweeping views.Click here to learn more about this project. More

Did Our Judges Get it Right? Cast Your Vote for the 2016 Design Awards Reader's Choice
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Did Our Judges Get it Right? Cast Your Vote for the 2016 Design Awards Reader's Choice

It's your turn to pick your favorite of our 16 Remodeling Design Award Winners More

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The Remodeling Design Awards' No. 1 Lesson: It's Not Easy Being Simple

Your challenge: Perfecting what's seemingly not hard to do More

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Dramatic Design Brings the Outdoors In Dramatic Design Brings the Outdoors In

To channel the spirit of this mid-century modern home’s original design, Aidlin Darling Design and Matarozzi/Pelsinger Builders opened the floor plan and brought the outdoors in—most notably through a multi-story indoor garden atrium that features a dramatic light-filtering sculpture.See more photos of the redesign and more winners of the 2015 Remodeling Design Awards. More

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