VIDEO: 2012 HOUSES Awards - Best Remodel - Fine Homebuilding
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VIDEO: 2012 HOUSES Awards - Best Remodel

comments (1) April 25th, 2012

Video Length: 4:49
Produced by: Colin Russell and Rob Yagid

Best Remodel of the Year Award: Andrew Webster of Coldham & Hartman Architects

Andrew redesigned a 1880s house in Amherst, Mass. to improve a choppy floor plan and a dated aesthetic. With bright, open and modern living spaces inside and a new outside façade that still complements the neighborhood; this project is a true sign of 21st-century design excellence.

Read the articles and watch the videos about all of the award winning homes in the Fine Homebuilding 2012 HOUSES issue.

posted in: architecture, house award remodel

Comments (1)

awebster awebster writes: Somehow omitted from the final print version: credits to not just our builder, but our Construction Manager, Steve Ferrari of FCM SmartBuild, of Florence, MA. He kept tabs on everybody and everything, and kept us all on target. He was a critical part of this full-team effort, and now I owe him another beer, now that he got cut from the FHB piece.
Andrew Webster
Posted: 1:25 pm on April 26th

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