Honorable Mention: Old-House Renovation
Despite its 5,900 square feet of living space, this 60-year-old English Cape...
Grand Award: Old-House Renovation
"A true restoration” and “an incredible continuum of history” were among the...
Merit Award: Less Is More
The judges said that removing the shed roof addition from the original house was...
Best of the Year: True to Form
Charles Moore appreciates the honest American style represented by this 1920s...
Merit Award: Modern Accent
The architect/contractor team crafted such a dramatic transformation of this 1940s...
Grand Award: Celebrity Siting
Unlike in Washington, D.C., 40 miles east, space in rural The Plains, Va., is not...
Before+After: Crackerbox Becomes Craftsman
A pop-up Craftsman addition calculates all the right angles -- for homeowner, remodeler, and architect alike.Homeowners David Griffen and Kathy Moran had their own exacting demands: to reuse the existing house (forget about a teardown); to double its square footage; to retain the replacement windows and updated open kitchen Moore and Nassar put in five years ago as part of a more modest remodel; and, finally, to stay true to the Craftsman ideal.
How to shoot your project: Taking project photos
Taking project photos, especially in tight interiors, is tricky. Good digital equipment makes it easier to shoot in natural light.
Merit Award: All in a Row
In this house, designer David Jameson wanted to combine the client's enthusiasm...