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Seattle Home Wins Best In America Living Awards Remodel of the Year in the 2014

by | Jan 23, 2015

 (Jeff Sorg – OnlineEd) – The Book House in Seattle wins Remodel of the Year in the 2014 award from Best in American Living Awards (BALA) by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). The home was also named the Pacific Northwest regional winner.

The home owners worked with DeForest Architects and Prestige Residential Construction, both in Seattle, to renovate and restore their 1920s Tudor home. NB Design Group in Seattle served as the interior designer and merchandiser.

The goal of the remodel was to update the original inefficient mechanical and electrical systems as well as the small, dark interior spaces. The owner wished to respect the original architecture while seeking a fresher, more accessible residence that included a detached two-car garage with a studio/caregiver space accessible by an exterior spiral stair.

“To remodel a home and have the finished product look as though that’s how it as has always been isn’t the easiest of feats,” said 2014 BALA Chairman Stephen C. Moore, senior partner – marketing at BSB Design Inc. in Des Moines, Iowa. “The design and construction team has done just that with this elegant and charming home.”

View a slide show of the Book House on the architect’s web site.




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