Marvin Windows and Doors recently announced the winners of their fourth annual myMarvin Architect's Challenge, featuring the best examples of stylish, innovative, and solution-driven design by top architects using Marvin products. These stunning spaces are sure to provide inspiration should you become the lucky winner of $5,000 worth of Marvin products by entering Marvin's Smart Performance Promotion! We went through and picked our favorites among the winners — which are your favorites?
If you've ever experienced the pleasures (and pains) of home remodeling, one thing you probably learned very quickly is that a perfectly-sized window or door can make or break the entire design of your new space. Marvin's made-to-order manufacturing approach gives architects and home renovators the options and flexibility they need to complete award-winning designs such as those recognized in the myMarvin Architect's Challenge.
Take a look inside four of our favorite winners:
Utah Street Residence
Jon Hensley & Sunny Carroll, Jon Hensley Architects
Block Island House
Block Island, RI
James Estes, Estes/Twombly Architects Inc.
Donald Giambastiani, Solomon + Bauer + Giambastiani Architects Inc
Integrating remnants of an existing 19th-century barn, this retreat retains the rustic character of the original structure and its forest setting. Inspired by natural elements on the site, local stone and cedar shingles were chosen for the exterior, and are topped by a very sturdy standing seam metal roof. The black clad details of the Marvin windows punctuate the stone and cedar of the facade, while the interior Douglas fir window frames add a warm, woodsy feel throughout the grand interior spaces. >>More photos
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