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2017 Pro Remodeler Design Awards


2017 Pro Remodeler Design Awards

The past year's best ideas in design, skillfully crafted

September 6, 2017
Design awards 2017
This article first appeared in the September 2017 issue of Pro Remodeler.

The competition was stiff, with many excellent projects deserving recognition. But in the end, our team of judges agreed that the selections on the following pages stand out from the rest. (A selection of their comments is quoted at the start of each project write-up.) From warm and rustic to urbane and sophisticated, each of these designs represents the very best of remodeling today. Our warmest congratulations to all the winners.

Best Body of Work 

This category, first introduced last year, honors the sustained design excellence of one company. Congratulations to the now two-time winner: Craig McMahon Architects, in San Antonio.

Platinum Award Winners

Whole-House over $750,000

Historical Renovation*

Historical Renovation*

Residential Interior over $100,000

Addition Under $150,000

Bathroom over $60,000

Commercial Remodel

Gold Award Winners

Whole-House over $750,000*

Whole-House over $750,000*

Residential Specialty Design

Kitchen over $100,000

Bathroom $30,000 to $60,000

Outdoor Living over $100,000

Universal/Better Living Design

*= two winners in this category


To see the Silver and Bronze award winners, click here.


Thank you to the 2017 Design Awards judges:

Jason Dorfman, Design Conultant, Marrokal Design & Remodeling, San Diego

Sara Jorgensen, Senior Designer, Harrell Remodeling, Palo Alto, Calif. 

Carol Longacre, CEO, Longacre Construction, Lewisville, Texas

Scott Mosby, CEO, Mosby Building Arts, St. Louis 

Doug Walter, Architect, Denver


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