This year marks the 10th anniversary for the Design Awards!
The New Hampshire Home Design Awards honor and celebrate excellence in home design and the creative use of materials in new, remodeled and historic residences. Although small geographically, New Hampshire is fertile ground for the architects, designers and builders who work in and draw inspiration from the Granite State.
Whether you’ve designed or built a spectacular kitchen, a beautiful bath, a unique outdoor space or a fabulous home, we want to see your most impressive work.
2023 Design Awards Reception
Thanks for joining us for the design event of the year on April 20, 2023.
The Design Awards reception was an elegant soirée saluting New Hampshire’s very best residential architects, designers and builders.
New Hampshire Home celebrated an array of design excellence at the Design Awards gala. Guests were able to mingle with designers and enjoyed an evening full of networking with local designers along with spirited cocktails, entertainment and delicious food.
2023 Design Awards Categories
New categories were added for 2023! Projects could be submitted in 22 design categories. Additionally, judges will select a project for Home of the Year.
- Architectural Design: Modern
- Architectural Design: Traditional
- Interior Design: Whole House Design
- Interior Design: Children’s Room
- Interior Design: Specialty/Small Space (Entry, Mudroom, Laundry)
- Interior Design: Home Office
- Interior Design: Primary Suite/Bedroom
- Interior Design: Living Space
- Kitchen Design: Transitional
- Kitchen Design: Traditional
- Kitchen Design: Contemporary
- Bath Design
- Historic Renovation
- Remodeling/Renovation Design
- Small Home Design (<2,500 sq. ft.)
- Green Design: Energy Efficient Home
- Green Design: Net-Zero/Net Zero Ready
- Outdoor Design: Outdoor Living Space
- Outdoor Design: Landscape With Pool
- Outdoor Design: Landscape Without Pool
- Outdoor Design: Garden Design
- Up and Coming Talent (“Ones to Watch” Under 40)
2023 Design Awards Judges
Taste Design Inc.
Taste Design Inc. is a seasoned, highly regarded full-service interiors firm founded by Patti Watson in 2004. With an extensive background in creative marketing and business development, Watson began her interior design career in Jamestown, Rhode Island and recently expanded her team to their new location in Newport.
As a leader in the design community, Taste has completed hundreds of new construction and renovation projects. Watson, alongside with her talented team of 20, bring design clarity and leadership to complex projects. The result is a positive experience for all contributors and most importantly, a home that provides respite and restores balance for their clients.
David founded Andreozzi Architecture in 1988, specializing in historically based residential architecture expressive of its sense of place, attentive to its detail and proportion, and timeless in its beauty. Commissions exist from Commonwealth Avenue, to the shores of New England, to the Bahamian Islands.
David Andreozzi is the recent past President of the New England Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the classical tradition in architecture, urbanism and their allied arts.
Dan Gordon Landscape Architects (DGLA)
Dan K. Gordon is the founder & principal of Dan Gordon Landscape Architects (DGLA). He grew up in Brookline, MA, a turn of the century streetcar suburb of Boston, where his formative years were spent in the neighborhoods, parks, and estates designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, Charles Platt, and others associated with the American Renaissance movement. These landscapes, rich in architectural and horticultural interest, laid the groundwork for Dan’s lifelong passion for the New England design vernacular, and are the basis for the development of his design philosophy. This early-established passion for the built environment led Dan to pursue a course of study in design, graduating magna cum laude from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design. He continued his education at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he received his Master of Landscape Architecture in 1986.