SRQ Magazine | 2023 Home of the Year Competition

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Home remains the most significant architectural place we experience throughout our lives. It represents personality, togetherness, privacy, stability and inspiration. As we continue to investigate the role that homes play in our daily lives, the annual SRQ Magazine Home of the Year Competition invites local architects, builders, interior designers and landscape artists to present us with new notions of home environments by submi ing their recent residential projects. Year a er year, the competition redefines the spaces where we live and thrive—broadening the discussion of what a home represents and what it can ultimately be with today’s building strategies, renovation techniques and regional trends. From seaside to streetside, inside and out, these award-winning domains celebrate and contribute to a growing legacy of innovative home design.



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Preserving the surrounding mature vegetation, the home was built above parking and storage nestled amongst nature. Filled with light and open to the exterior, the home provides the ultimate indoor/outdoor lifestyle afforded by the Florida climate that is suitable for entertaining friends and family. With three bedrooms, an open kitchen, dining for up to twelve, a studio, an office for two that can double as a fourth guest bedroom and a pool for swimming laps accompanied by outdoor seating and dining, it is the quintessential space for entertaining. The program elements and circulation are organized around a courtyard. The walls of sliding glass doors at the living/dining area, and the studio and office/guest bedroom opens to the courtyard, allowing the areas to communicate with each other. This separates both the house from the studio and office/guest bedroom pavilion, allowing existing trees to be visible from within the courtyard and surrounding space, while providing privacy from the adjacent house in the rear. The glass hallway of the guest wing doubles as a gallery, enriching the courtyard experience. The home provides a protected and relaxed feeling of openness. The home’s massing is designed to block views from surrounding properties and to block views of other houses surrounding the site. The home captures views of neighboring vegetation and on-site vegetation through carefully placed windows and the break in the house’s massing, while still protecting privacy. The result is a house enriched by its relationship to the exterior elements afforded by the courtyard and the views of vegetation and sky.

Architect: Seibert Architects Contractor: Yoder Homes Kitchen Cabinets: Kitchens & More | Yoder Homes Bathroom: Kitchens & More | Yoder Homes Carpets and Flooring: LaCasa Tile

Landscape: DWY Landscape Architects Photographer: Ryan Gamma Photography Pool: Fox Pools Structural Engineer: Hees & Associates

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Architect: DSDG Architects Contractor: Voigt Brothers Construction Interior Design: DSDG Architects

Kitchen Cabinets: Cucini Ricci Bathroom: Ferguson Plumbing Carpets and Flooring: Design Works

Landscape: Siesta Key Landscaping Pool: Water Designs Photographer: Ryan Gamma Photography

Two lots away from 2019’s Betonhaus, a larger lot allowed an opportunity for the original home design to be oriented along its north/ south axis and maximizing the views from the five bedroom suites to be fully western facing. What was once the ‘back of house’ has been transformed into the stunning front entry procession. Rather than a deterrent, design opportunities sprouted with larger overhangs, more glass, and sleek, thin roof lines. This strategy was achieved by opening the hallway corridor to become a grand gallery experience filled with glass for not only viewing from the inside but a gallery to be visible from the outside as well. The stairs and great room were reorganized for the new program and implemented as a glass volume transparent to the Sarasota Bay and beyond. The water is observed from the driveway through the house. Above the glass porthole is the gallery cube, large raked overhangs funnel the elevation into the gallery space as uplighting washes the smooth stucco plane in an artistic stroke. The nearly 5,800 square foot conditioned elevated first floor places the primary bedroom at the southern end of the home with the best view of the Ringling Causeway, and four additional bedroom suites stacking to the north. Each bedroom opens onto a continuous veranda with a view and each interior bathroom is arranged with an interior glass panel to maintain contact with the water outside in an otherwise windowless room. A lounge, laundry room, and powder room make up the remaining gallery procession. The elevated constraints of the velocity zone allow the home a cantilevered protection from the elements as it seemingly floats above the ground over an open air colonnade. Betonhaus II utilizes concepts from the Sarasota Mod style with raked beam elements and exaggerated overhangs. Structural concrete for its shell and roof and the addition of wood accents and pops of color warm the overall aesthetic and add additional layers of detail to the design. A woodlined cube pops out from the west face of the great room as the covered porch slides up against the stark white stucco volume.

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Architect: MKC Architects Contractor: Ross Built, LLC Interior Design: RH Interior Design Kitchen Cabinets: Campbell Cabinetry Landscape: Michael Gilkey Pool: Tom Sanger Photographer: Ryan Gamma Photography

Located on a narrow lot on the Manatee River in Bradenton, FL, the homeowner, an architect from Ohio, drew up the first set of plans by hand. One of the main challenges of the project was just how narrow the lot was. The owner was able to design a house that was long and skinny in order to get the most out of the land. Separated into two wings, the living quarters include the kitchen, living room and dining room; the sleeping quarters include the bedrooms, bathrooms, media room, office and the stairwell. Dividing the spaces up into two sections allowed for tall, vaulted ceilings in the living spaces while creating unique, practical sleeping quarters. The idea of the design was for the front of the property to transition seamlessly to the back. This was accomplished by having a walking path start before the entrance and continue through the house between the two sections and carry on all the way into the backyard. This home was designed to be as practical as possible, while maintaining interesting architectural details. Indoor-outdoor living was very important to the homeowner which is why outdoor living spaces connect seamlessly to the interior of the home. This home features an outdoor kitchen and living area, hot tub, large pool, separate lap pool, and fireplace making it the ultimate Florida vacation home.

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The custom design of this L-shaped residence sits on a trapezoidal waterfront site on Longboat Key, taking full advantage of the unusual shape of the parcel. The floor plan was designed to cradle an outdoor shaded room facing the long view across Sarasota Bay while the interior rooms were positioned around the bayfront porch which houses the raised pool and spa. The L-shaped plan together with the elevated courtyard adds to the perceived size of the house. As the residence turns its back against a crowded neighboring property, the outdoor shaded room opens to the expansive views over Sarasota Bay. The house stair-steps along both side yards to meeting the daylight plane zoning requirement. Aluminum perforated stairs emerge out of the house, suspended more than twenty feet above the pool to provide access to a roo op terrace. The roo op terrace provides additional shade to the pool and terrace areas below without impacting the view by utilizing slim evenly-spaced steel columns. A custom steel shade structure was designed to span long distances over the pool and to keep the roof profile as thin as possible resulting in an open and airy tropical atmosphere. Five sliders pocket into the wall along the pool terrace bringing the outside into the living room creating light and adding openness to the living space. A glass bridge running the length of the house from the entry foyer to the dining room is aligned with a linear skylight above bringing unexpected daylight to the entry sequence. Two double-height spaces bookend the glass bridge, one at the entry and another facing Sarasota Bay, creating an open axis running the length of the house connecting the entry and Sarasota Bay.

Carpets and
Vincent L. Fugge a Jr. LLC Custom Steel Fabricaton: Modulo Roofing: Feeney Roofing Electrical: B+B Electrical Innovations Structural: MCE Photographer:
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+ Contractor: Halflants + Piche
Interior Design: Halflants + Piche e Kitchen Cabinets: Finecra Custom Cabinetry Bathroom: Finecra Custom Cabinetry/ Volcano Stone/ Sarasota Glass
Flooring: Floors
Coast Outdoor Services Pool:
Seamus Payne



The property is located in a flood zone, which requires the finish floor to be elevated 11 feet above sea level and includes a small area on the ground floor dedicated to entry. The project consists of three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, outdoor living on the ground, and first-floor level kitchen, dining, study, and laundry. The clients have an appreciation for the architecture of their native country of Venezuela and the use of honest materials. They wanted the building constructed using raw materials that are exposed or have not been significantly altered and responded to the site with unobstructed views of the bay. The building is comprised of four primary materials: board-formed concrete, Cedar wood, galvanized steel, and impact glass. The material pale e is honest and straightforward. The footprint of the property is relatively small for the area. A strategy of folding in the walls from the exterior facade was employed to allow light and views to the water from interior spaces of the house. The move creates a dynamic facade that directly relates to the interior program. The south facade has a 14-foot overhang in the main living area to allow for unobstructed views to the bay while blocking out the most intense southern sunlight. The form of the building is influenced by Sarasota’s preeminent environmental and regional architect Paul Rudolph. Throughout the 1940s and 1950s, Rudolph introduced a new building typology to the Gulf Coast of Florida that responded directly to its microclimate and used passive systems to cool and shade the structures. Bay House is a study and interpretation of ideas that remain relevant today.

Architect: Damien Blume i Architect

Interior Design: Kathy Bush at Home Resource Kitchen Cabinets: B&B Cabinets Bathroom: B&B Cabinets Carpets and Flooring: BMMI (concrete floors) & Gulf Coast Stucco Photographer: Ryan Gamma Photography

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Architect: DSDG Architects Contractor: Voigt Brothers Construction Interior

Design: DSDG Architects Kitchen

Cabinets: Finecra Custom Cabinetry

Bathroom: Ferguson Plumbing Carpets and Flooring: Sticks & Stones Flooring/ Weird Science Concrete Floor Landscape: Borden Landscape Design Pool: JT’s

Custom Pools Photographer: Ryan Gamma Photography



Overlooking Manasota Key’s eastern shoreline, seven hundred lineal feet of seawall frontage has this home situated in the middle of the lot, further from the waterfront setback requirements. This gesture also preserves several grand oak trees on either end of the house. The minimalist home totals nearly 2,500 square feet of conditioned space and is punctuated with three hundred square feet of covered outdoor living that cascades to an 1,800 square foot pool deck with an integrated spa and pool. The hardscape is so ened with elevated planter areas, small-run staircases, and artificial turf to break up the typical flat sea of concrete decks. The interior of this split-level home features three bedrooms and three bathrooms organized around a large great room area. The childrens’ rooms and primary bedrooms flank each end of the double height great room as three distinct exterior volumes are unified through an expansive clerestory ribbon window allowing natural diffused light into the space. The minimalist aesthetic is achieved by using raw concrete on the exterior and interior styling. Architectural concrete encapsulates the entry with a floating floor and cantilevered roof. An aggressively angled wall fits between those floating elements and draws guests toward the front door. The exposed concept is then carried to the interior spaces with a polished concrete main level slab and continues to the rear deck with exposed shell top concrete pavers at the pool. The concrete was planned and executed to be the contrasting element to a minimal pale e of white stucco and glass.

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This interior design project centers around the view of Sarasota Bay. The goal was to create a cohesive and visually appealing environment that was aesthetically different from the client’s traditional midwest home in Chicago. It is always challenging to step into a space that the firm didn’t develop from the beginning. The design process typically begins with a consultation with the client to understand their vision, style preferences, and functional requirements for the space. The designer creates a design plan that includes a detailed layout, color pale e, furniture and decor selections, and lighting and finishes. This project relied on furniture and fixtures to create a space that reflected the owner’s personality. The design team worked to provide a design style with muted tones, a few accent colors, and an immersion into different textiles, knowing the client wanted to depart from their usual traditional style. Without bright colors to detract from the panorama, the space is filled with clean lines and neutral colors, creating a calming and inviting atmosphere. Neutral tones add warmth and texture to the space. The floor-to-ceiling windows frame the stunning views of the Bay and provide a visual anchor. Started just before Covid, the project faced challenges with lead times and items on hold. The design team managed client expectations through a high level of communication. The design team was brought in before construction began to pick finishes from what was available. By mixing the four or five options available to the owner, the team created something unique to their unit. Overall, the design aims to escape from the client’s traditional decor used in their northern home by creating a serene and stylish space for their southern retreat.

Architect: Sweet Sparkman Architecture and Interiors Closets/Built-Ins: Elite Woodwork Photographer: Venjamin Reyes
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This stunning home was built along a river, on land inherited from the client’s grandparents, where the client grew up. We used the home’s name and se ing as a theme throughout the design, bringing in nature. The client wanted an eclectic, Boho California Coastal design, so we brought in playful hints of color and grounding natural elements. The custom 12-foot, live-edge table and 5-foot tall ra an chandeliers in the kitchen are beautiful statements in this main living area. The focus in the living room was to accent the incredible view of the river. We designed a relaxing space highlighted with a sandstone fireplace and California Boho elements in the pillows, coffee table and chairs. An inviting upgrade was given to the master bedroom by using colors found throughout the home in richer, bolder hues. It was important to bring in the client’s favorite colors; blue and pink, layering in elements that made this space feel like home. When it came to the oldest daughter’s bedroom, we spared no expense when creating the California Boho vibe she also loves. We gave her a custom ra an bed and ra an hanging chair, accented with amazing black and white palm tree wallpaper. We wanted guests to say “wow” in the pool bathroom with a mix of geometric tiles on the floor and handcra ed 2 x 3 tiles in the shower, rising 10 feet to the ceiling. Moroccan tiles and natural tan colors give a fun surprise as you enter the grand entryway. We used 3 inch furring strips on the entry wall, adding interest and dimension, while camouflaging the half concrete, half drywall wall since the home is on the water. We also made use of the space under the stairs by installing a refrigerated wine cellar.

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Builder: Johnson Homes of West Florida, Inc. Interior Design: Amy Lou Interiors, LLC Kitchen Cabinets: Cabinet Creations, LLC Carpets and Flooring: Prosource of Sarasota Photographer: Jimmy White Photography
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Architect: Phipps Home Design Contractor and Builder: Voigt Brothers (Mike Voigt and Doug Horton)

Interior Design: Blu Interiors Kitchen Cabinets: Campbell Cabinets Landscape: Mullet Brothers Photographer: Ryan Gamma Photography


This home is a fresh and serene environment that would accommodate the whole family. The variety of textures and neutral colors make this space feel cozy and inviting. Tactile products like textured wallcoverings, sisals, linens and plush fabrics are seen throughout the home to create a modern, comfortable, coastal vibe. Our client felt strongly about using li le to no color throughout the home, which aligned with our vision as well. The overall design goal was to consider the location and make the house feel coastal without being cliché coastal, and use clean lines to create a modern aesthetic. This became the client’s Shore House. Originally, the home was built as a guest house by the original owner/next door neighbor, so some of the spaces were a li le small to work with. This just meant we had to maximize every inch. Every corner, shelf, coffee table, and countertop was carefully curated and accessorized. The client purchased the property early during construction, so we were able to select every material as if it were a new construction build. Some interesting elements throughout the home are the river rock installation on the stair wall. This wall is adorned with a custom light fixture made of bamboo. The floating shelves in the kitchen are made of the same quartz material used on the countertop and backsplash to really simplify the design, aiming for an unfussy aesthetic. Each shelf weighing almost 200 lbs has a mitered edge creating a more substantial look than just using the standard thickness of the material.

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The custom design is based on a British West Indies style with a coastal contemporary open concept flair. The design of the home incorporated intricate interior and exterior elements that were inspired by the homeowners’ global travels to the Far East and French Polynesia. Given the blend of unique elements this house is filled with beautiful interior design details designed by Studio Santa Maria in close collaboration with the homeowners. We worked together with the residential designer and the builder to ensure the overall design was cohesive from exterior to the interior. The corner bay and canal location of the home accentuates the incredible views of Sarasota Bay. Driven by an open concept, these open-water views can be enjoyed through the entire home. The selection of the tile work by the homeowners brought the elements of waves and water into the home. The four-sided glass wine room is surrounded by the free-floating stairs. The use of glass showcases the wine room from different angles with custom lighting. The interior selections were all specified in a neutral pale e that is enhanced with color in the accessories creating a timeless elegance allowing for possible future modifications. Walnut doors and intricate woodwork with custom stain provide a warm balance. Custom drapery pockets including custom-cut beams were designed in order to ensure the structure would conceal all roller shades. This home is equipped with one of the most advanced home automation systems, high-fidelity interior and exterior sound and Ketra lighting allowing various color se ings and temperatures during different times of the day to create colorful unique se ings for entertaining. The home truly changes its personality throughout the day and night.

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Architect: J King Designs - Justin King - Residential Designer Builder: Murray Homes Interior Design: Studio Santa Maria (Ana Santa Maria) Kitchen Cabinets: Farmwald Cabinetry & Design (John Farmwald) Bathroom: Peter Maticsek Tile Carpets and Flooring: Sticks & Stone Landscape: Hazeltine Nurseries Pool: Water Designs Home Automation: Smart House Integration Furniture: Robb & Stucky Photographer: Mark Borosch
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The goal of the design was to create a home that was comfortable, sophisticated, bright and airy with a coastal flare. The home has a feeling of refined comfort with coastal elements in every space. The homeowners really wanted to customize their builder-standard home, so Trade Mark Interiors made sure to include custom built-ins and unique light fixtures and they were able to propose additional details once construction was completed. Lake Club was designed for a family with adult and teenage children, and as the homeowner’s children began to start their own families, Trade Mark Interiors aimed to create a space for family members of all ages to be able to relax and unwind. This home is rich in texture and layered with livable materials. The coastal theme is rooted in the blue kitchen design and expands from there, carrying hints of blue throughout. Comfort was a top priority for the homeowners, and Trade Mark Interiors was able to source aesthetically pleasing, functional and comfortable furniture. Performance fabrics and easy-toclean fabrics were sourced in all of the main furnishings. Impactful and stand-out art was selected to bring color into the home. Each of the spaces in the home are unique, but the coastal theme throughout creates a beautiful cohesive feel.

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Builder: Stock Custom Homes Interior Design: Trade Mark Interiors Furniture Vendors: Arteriors, Currey, Brown Jordan, Palecek, Philip Jeffries, Surya, Vanguard, Century Photography: Nicholas Ferris



Centrally located within the great room, the Pointe kitchen boasts fi een-foot-tall ceilings. The single island layout is flanked by a living room and dining room which each open onto an outdoor deck. The ten-foot-tall sliding-glass doors provide cover from rain as the fi een-foot-high clerestory ribbon windows flood an impressive amount of light across the ceiling, naturally brightening the space with ambient a ernoon light. The lighting responds to the biophilic need to connect with the outdoor natural environment. The minimalist yet cozy style is achieved by using raw concrete on the interior flooring. The exposed concrete is polished, stained, and sealed to create harmony with the exterior elements and contrast the white interior pale e. A vivid white waterfall edge island countertop is paired with Aspen white lacquered cabinetry for a white-out flush style. The inside of the island waterfall is clad with a contrasting wood grain panel coordinating with the kitchen feature wall beyond. That floor to ceiling feature anchors the room and mirrors the opposing fireplace feature wall. Touch latches and brushed-metal spacer strips create a clean vertical element as horizontal grain grounds the cabinetry. The pantry is tucked to the side of this element, almost hidden behind a flush pocket door for additional storage.

Architect: DSDG Architects Contractor: Voigt Brothers Construction Interior Design: DSDG Architects

Kitchen Cabinets: Finecra Custom Cabinetry Bathroom: Ferguson Plumbing Carpet and Flooring: Weird Science Concrete Photographer: Ryan Gamma Photography

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Contractor: Premium Group Construction Inc. Interior

Design: Interni Design Center (Carolina Ramirez)

Photographer: Lo Architecture Photography

This project was the gu ing and reconstruction of a two-story Gulf front condominium in a midrise building on a barrier island. The owner’s project requirements were to create interiors maximizing the value of the 2-story-tall unit for minimum cost. Primary design goals were to maximize views to the Gulf of Mexico and beach and maximize functionality. A secondary design goal was to create a warm engaging interior composition with unique features of luxury and refinement. Implementation of functionality maximization led to construction of an additional second floor area inside the existing unit (added 500sf), changing the residence from three bedrooms and three and one half baths to five bedrooms and five and one half baths. Views were optimized by redesigning the floor plan and removing a stair at a window wall and constructing a new glass and steel stair near the unit entrance, opening up the view. Much interior demolition and a totally redesigned plan created entertainment space for adults and separate play/entertainment for children, such that both activities could occur simultaneously without cross interference. A design/build approach was undertaken with construction handled by the designer. Challenges included ge ing outsized construction materials nine stories above the beach level by manually hoisting from the ground with ropes routed over balcony guardrails. Unique original Interior design elements were fabricated by hand by the designer including split ceramic tile installations, a wine room see-thru wine storage rack, a mosaic tile installation designed and installed by the designer, and hand assembled crystal chandeliers. The designer designed and constructed a backlit translucent onyx fireplace surrounded in colors complimenting the sand color of the beach. Repurposed cabinetry owned by the client was incorporated in kitchen, laundry and closet areas, saving construction cost, and handmade decorative murals were executed in multimedia on various walls to add textural interest.

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The constraints of designing to resist a highvelocity wind zone on this site led to a raised volume that stretches the horizontal aspect. Well above the FEMA elevation, the horizontal loading of western facing rooms allows natural, uniform lighting year round through sliding glass doors which double for passive ventilation. Using ultra-high performance windows and glass conserves energy loss with a low solar heat gain and thermally broken frames. Tankless water heaters, low-flow toilets, and a water filtration system provide water efficiency to the home. Four 18 SEER, variable speed, HVAC systems are zoned to provide a comfortable indoor environment in each room as needed. Sympathetic toward nature and its footprint on it, the home was moved several times during the planning phase to avoid disturbing the eleven existing oak trees on site. Deteriorating from years of invasive plant growth, the existing precast concrete retaining wall was reinforced and improved to give wave-break shelter from Sarasota Bay and combat rising sea levels. Only Florida native and drought tolerant plantings were used to limit the amount of irrigation needed to keep the property looking tropical. Given its name, the structural elements of this home are on display. Large columns elevate the home to a concrete floor system. The narrow floor system was also desired for the roof construction. A concrete roof was designed to match the minimal thickness of the floor as the white thermoplastic roof not only waterproofs the home but reflects solar heat gain. The gentle sloping concrete roof allowed a place for this home’s greatest feature, a 50kw solar array. Affixed in a way to fully power this nearly eight thousand square-foot house. The excess power produced, when not used by the home, is fed back into the city power grid.

Architect: DSDG Architects Contractor: Voigt Brothers Construction Interior Design: DSDG Architects Bathroom: Ferguson Plumbing Carpets and Flooring: Design Works at West Florida Distributors Landscape: Siesta Key Landscaping Pool: Water Designs Photographer: Ryan Gamma Photography



Hugo Mijares is an award winning and ideas-focused design practice established by Hugo Mijares in Miami in late 2008.

In the same year the practice was selected by the American Institute of Architects for the ‘Emerging Young Architects’ Houses Tour which has been widely published, both locally and internationally. The practice distills a holistic detail design and process-led approach in the delivery of highly creative and pragmatic solutions that resonate conceptual rigor and material invention. Hugo Mijares engages with clients who share in the reward of accomplishing bold visions to enrich their daily lives, who prioritize quality over quantity, and who place value in a chieving inventive and well-cra ed spaces that are meticulously detailed and finished.


David Poorman’s childhood was a blend of farm and beach, having moved at an early age from Ohio to Naples, Florida. A er enrolling in the architecture program at St. Petersburg Junior College, he went on to receive a Bachelor of Design from the University of Florida and a Master’s in Architecture from Princeton University. He lived for ten years in downtown Chicago, working and travelling for Perkins and Will and then for David Woodhouse Architects. In 2010, David established David Poorman Architect LLC (DPA) in Naples, an award-winning firm specializing in small-scale residential and commercial projects inspired and informed by Florida’s natural resources and climate.


Bruce Sparano is a licensed architect in the Untied States. He practices residential, municipal and commercial architecture, in addition to real estate consultation and development.  Bruce is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, the United States Green Building Council, the Preservation League of New York State, and the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation.

—Thank you to the 2023 Home of the Year Awards Judges for their insights in this year’s competition

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