2018 Builder’s Choice & Custom Home Design Awards

These are the projects that transform our cities, enhance our communities, and most importantly, help redefine our notion of ‘home.’

This year’s design awards jury—Donald Lococo of Washington, D.C.–based Donald Lococo Architects, Meg Graham of superkül in Toronto, and Peter Rose of Boston-based Peter Rose + Partners—favored projects that express a return to simplicity.

These homes, ranging from custom dwellings that respect the heritage of the landscape they occupy to production builds with a classically clean feel and bold interiors in harmony with the lifestyles of their inhabitants, are innovative yet timeless. These 11 projects also help solve fundamental industry challenges such as sustainability, affordable housing, and the use of alternative building methods.

Project of the Year

The Bear Stand—Custom Home: 5,000 Square Feet or More

Grand Awards

Georgica Cove—Custom Home: 5,000 Square Feet or More
Clearview Pavilion—Accessory Building
Peninsula Project—Renovation
The Chisca on Main—Renovation

Merit Awards

South 5th Residence—Custom Home: 5,000 Square Feet or Less
Potter’s Lane—Affordable Housing
North Fork Bay House—Modular/Prefab Home
Genesee Park Net Zero—Production Home: 3,500 Square Feet Or More
O’More Designer Show House—Production Home: 3,500 Square Feet Or More
Waterview Condominium—Architectural Interiors

View past years’ Builder’s Choice & Custom Home Design Award winners here.

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