When Doug Walter's clients asked him to add a master bath to their 1928 Tudor Revival house, the architect researched homes of the same period and thought a fitting remodel would be formal and restrained. The judges were drawn to his design, noting that the interior is a rational expression of the exterior.
Walter crafted the triangular shape above the cherry vanity as a half dormer matching the existing dormers. He also took advantage of the vast attic space to sculpt a symmetrical skylight shaft. For his palette of materials, he chose limestone tiles, marble slabs, polished-nickel fittings, and painted and stained cabinetry.
Category: Bathroom remodeling, $50,000 to $100,000
Contractor: David Coggeshall, Coggeshall Construction & Design, Denver
Designer: Doug Walter, Doug Walter Architects, Denver