Quebec home wins 2016 Marvin Architects Challenge

Marvin Windows and Doors announced the front-runners of its eighth annual Architects Challenge competition, including a Pontiac, QC home by architect Malcolm Wildeboer of Vandenberg and Wildeboer Architects in Ontario. The development, Wedge House, was granted highest reward in the opposition’s Best In Show category. There was an added five architect-designed ventures from across the country presented in the subsequent groups: Best Remodel/Addition, Best Contemporary, Best Transitional/Eclectric, Best Traditional New Construction and Best Commercial. The champions were revealed at the American Institute of Architects Convention in Philadelphia. The 2016 Architects Challenge leaders were hand picked by a board of professionals involving: Manny Gonzales, Ted Flato, and Robert M. Gurney.

The captivating pieces were evaluated on architectural brilliance, innovative design and use of Marvin window and door products. Wildeboer opened up that the wedge house is stunningly located, with a quarter-mile that winds past a soaring stance of century pines to a picturesque beach. The 4,000-square-foot escape household holds a cozy equilibrium amid housing and acquaintance on the threshold of the Ottawa River. Marvin windows arouse a daring but subtle clearness, like a tent screen.

The general audience will designate a champ by accepted ballot starting June 6 on-screen at MarvinWindows.com/Showdown. With on going rounds until July 1, electorates will have the availability to elect their preferred developments from all 2016 Architects Challenge items.

Source: Canadian Architect