Architect Jonathan Feldman and contractor Kyle Mortz create a deft combination of modern and period elements in San Francisco's Noe Valley neighborhood.
Joe Fletcher Architect Jonathan Feldman and contractor Kyle Mortz create a deft combination of modern and period elements in San Francisco's Noe Valley neighborhood.

REMODELING announced today the launch of a new Project Gallery showcasing six—and soon, seven—years’ worth of the nation’s best professional remodeling projects.

The ever-growing gallery currently shows more than 125 projects that have been declared winners in REMODELING’s Remodeling Design Awards since 2008. Later this summer, the winners of the 2014 Remodeling Design Awards will be added, as well as projects to be highlighted on the 2014 edition of Hanley Wood's Home for Life site.

Projects can be sorted based on design style, rooms featured, house size, and project scope, as well as by which projects are newest or were viewed most. Most projects offer multiple photos and list the designer and location.

“REMODELING’s community features many of the most talented, most creative remodelers in the business,” editor-in-chief Craig Webb said. “We’ve showcased their work in print and online for years, but frankly we haven’t made it easy for visitors to find and sort through these great projects. This gallery does that.”

The Project Gallery arrives five months after a redesigned of this website was launched. The site is now optimized for viewing on computers and tablets, and renders as a mobile site on smartphones. Additionally, the redesign provides more streamlined navigation, improved search capability, and is structured as a visual destination for high quality video and images.