New Hampshire Home honors top residential designs

New Hampshire Home honors top residential designs

The ‘Soo Nipi House’ in New London, a project by Marcus Gleysteen of Marcus Gleysteen Architects, won the Home of the Year Award as well as Architectural Design: Traditional honors at New Hampshire Home magazine’s 2022 Design Awards. (Photo by Marcus Gleysteen)

From a Loon Lake retreat to a contemporary cape, New Hampshire Home recognized the top residential home designs in the Granite State during its 2022 Design Awards, held April 20 during a reception at LaBelle Winery in Derry.

The awards celebrate excellence in home design and the creative use of materials in new, remodeled and historic residences throughout New Hampshire.

“We continue to be impressed by the creative skill of New Hampshire’s tremendous designers, builders and architects, and it was a pleasure to finally celebrate their accomplishments in person again,” said Erica Thoits, editor of New Hampshire Home. “From a historic farm renovation in Andover and a remodeled lake house in Moultonborough, to a Zen master bath in Hollis and a beautiful new kitchen on the seacoast, we were blown away by this year’s award winners. Congratulations!”

New Hampshire Home selects a different panel of out-of-state judges each year to determine recipients. This year’s jurors were from Maine and Connecticut and included Harry Hepburn IV, principal of Briburn Architecture for Life in Portland, Maine; Paul Lewandowski, founding principal of Paul Designs Project in Portland, Maine; and Joeb Moore, founding principal of Joeb Moore + Partners, Architects, LLC in Greenwich, Conn.

The 2022 New Hampshire Home Design Award winners were:

Architectural Design: Modern

Soo Nipi House – Marcus Gleysteen, Marcus Gleysteen Architects

Project location: New London

Company location: Boston

Architectural Design: Traditional

Hemlock Hollow – Jeremy Bonin AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, Bonin Architects & Associates

Project location: Newbury

Company location: New London

Specialty Design

Guest House, Music Recording Studio, Utility Barn – Sheldon Pennoyer, Jasmine Pinto, Sheldon Pennoyer Architects

Project location: Harrisville

Company location: Concord

Bath Design

Zen Master Bath – Denyne Sanville, Denyne Designs Home Interiors

Project location: Hollis

Company location: Dunstable, Mass.

Green Design

Greek Revival Farmstead – Anthony Giovanni, MWV Homes LLC

Project location: Mount Washington Valley

Company location: Intervale

Historic Renovation

The Farm – Dr. Joseph P. Spychalski, Lazy Jack Farm

Project location: Andover

Company location: Andover

Interior Design

Contemporary Cape – Ashley Gallant, Life Styled Interior Design

Project location: New Castle

Company location: Portsmouth

Interior Design

Widrid Bedford Residence – Kacey Graham, Boehm Graham Interior Design

Project location: Bedford

Company location: Bedford

Kitchen Design: New Construction

Ocean Break – Timothy Giguere, AIA; Tucker Associates, Builder; Pinnacle Interiors, TMS Architects

Project location: Rye

Company location: Portsmouth

Kitchen Design: Renovation

Seaside Glamour – Janice Page and Rebecca Dillman, PKsurroundings

Project location: Salisbury, Mass.

Company location: Exeter

Outdoor Design

Big Grey Rock – Gregory Rusnica PLA, ASLA, Bonin Architects & Associates

Project location: Lakes Region

Company location: New London

Remodeling/Renovation Design

Flaster Lake House – Christopher P. Williams Architects – Architect, Meridian Construction – Builder

Project location: Moultonborough

Company location: Gilford

Small Home Design

Loon Lake Retreat – Whitten Architects

Project location: Lakes Region

Company location: Portland, Maine

2021 Home of the Year

Soo Nipi House – Marcus Gleysteen, Marcus Gleysteen Architects

Project location: New London

Company location: Boston, Mass.

Award winners will be featured in the May/June issue of New Hampshire Home.

The Gold sponsors of the 2022 Design Awards were Crown Point Cabinetry and Cambria. The Home of the Year category sponsor was Belletetes and Knob Creek was the general event sponsor. New Hampshire Home is a sister of publication of NH Business Review.

New Hampshire Home honors top residential designs

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