Winning residential designs honored at 2018 NH Home Design Awards

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Pictured is Clothespin Farm in Dublin, which won the prestigious 2018 Home of the Year award. Sheldon Pennoyer and Jasmine Pinto of Sheldon Pennoyer Architects in Concord renovated this 1815 Cape while respecting the architectural history of the original house.

MANCHESTER, NHNew Hampshire Home paid tribute to the best residential projects in New Hampshire at its 2018 Design Awards on January 24 at the Manchester Country Club. From a renovated 1910 home in Portsmouth to a spacious, multi-functioning boathouse in New London, the 2018 Design Awards recognized the state’s most creative architects, designers and builders during a special celebration hosted by noted garden designer and author Gordon Hayward.

“New Hampshire is fertile ground for the architects, designers and builders working here, and this year’s award-winners are truly outstanding,” said Andi Axman, editor of New Hampshire Home. “We thank our award recipients and members of the design community for joining us to celebrate, and wish everyone continued success.”

Each year, Axman selects a panel of out-of-state judges. This year’s jurors, for the magazine’s fifth annual design awards competition, were from the Burlington, Vermont, area and included John McLeod, of McLeod Kredell Architects in Middlebury; H. Keith Wagner, of Wagner Hodgson Landscape Architecture in Burlington; and interior designer Kim Deetjen, of TruexCullins in Burlington. McLeod and Deetjen attended this year’s gala.


New Hampshire Home recognized the state’s most creative architects, designers and builders during a special celebration honoring 2018 Design Awards recipients, pictured here, on Wednesday, January 24 at Manchester Country Club.

Winners of the 2018 New Hampshire Home Design Awards

Architectural Design
Winner: Sheldon Pennoyer Architects in Concord for Clothespin Farm
Honorable Mention 1: Bonin Architects & Associates in New London for Pinecliff
Honorable Mention 2: Bonin Architects & Associates in New London for Sunapee Views

Bath Design
Crown Point Cabinetry in Claremont for Wells Project

Green Design
Sheldon Pennoyer Architects in Concord for Tree House

Historical Renovation Design
CJ Architects in Portsmouth for Piscataqua Landing Apartments

Interior Design
K.A. Clason Fine Woodworking in Ossipee for Little Green

Kitchen Design
Winner 1: PKsurroundings in Exeter for Elegance for Entertaining
Winner 2: Crown Point Cabinetry in Claremont for Wells Project
Honorable Mention: PKsurroundings in Exeter for Modern Living in Portsmouth

Pictured is a project called Newfound Lake Retreat, which won the Excellence in Outdoor Design award. Belknap Landscape Company, Inc. in Gilford designed the project, which features a masonry fire pit with stone slab benches and several levels of seating facing the lake.

Outdoor Design
Belknap Landscape Company Inc. in Gilford for Newfound Lake Retreat

Remodeling/Renovation Design
Winner: TMS Architects in Portsmouth for Downtown Revival
Honorable Mention: Samyn D’Elia Architects in Ashland for Squam Family Farmhouse

Small Home Design
Wood & Clay, Inc. in Gilford for Winnipesaukee Bunk House

Specialty Room Design
Bonin Architects & Associates in New London for Quiet Cove Boathouse

2018 Home of the Year
Sheldon Pennoyer Architects in Concord for Clothespin Farm

Award winners will be featured in the March/April 2018 issue of New Hampshire Home. For photos and details for each project, please visit www.nhhomemagazine.com/DesignAwards/.

The 2018 Design Awards are sponsored by Boston Interiors (Presenting Sponsor); Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery (Platinum Sponsor); Crown Point Cabinetry, Artistic Tile, Winchendon Furniture Co., Inc. (Gold Sponsors); Belletetes, Liberty Hill Construction, Frank Webb Home, Seasonal Specialty Stores, 3W design inc., (Category Sponsors); and RE Marble & Granite, Little River Oriental Rugs, The Lighting Showroom, Ann Henderson Interiors, and Pella (Friend Sponsors).

 

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