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Winners from the 26th Annual Home Design Awards

Photo by Peter Fritz. Courtesy of the Ottawa Citizen

Photo by Peter Fritz. Courtesy of the Ottawa Citizen

The National Gallery of Canada hosted a dazzling awards ceremony for the 26th Annual Design Awards honoring 119 Ottawa architects, builders and designers.

The ceremony, sponsored by Greater Ottawa Home Builders Association, represented a wide variety of homes. From big budget masterpieces to humble suburban townhouses, each company spent the whole week showcasing their work for the judges and the public.

Minto Communities won three awards, one being the Green LEED Home of the Year, while the award for Green Home of the Year went to architect Linda Chapman and Engel Construction. Architect firm Barry J. Hobin & Associates won four awards including the Housing Project of the Year.

The Custom Kitchen and Custom Bathroom categories were swept by A. Potvin Construction, Richcraft Homes, and Gerhard Linse Design & Building Consultants. As for renovations, Southam Design won the award for Renovations/Additions $99,000 or Less, and the Green Renovation of the Year award went to Amsted Construction and also RND Construction and architect Christopher Simmonds.

To see a full list of all the winners, please visit the Ottawa Citizen article that covered the event.

If you would like more information on these architects, builders and designers, or simply need help finding a home, contact Chris Coveny at Chris has extensive real estate experience in the Ottawa area and would be happy to help you with all your home buying or home selling needs.