Recognizing Excellence in North Carolina Modernist Residential Design
3rd Place: The 2013 Rebecca Hedly House, aka the Blue House, Asheville NC. Designed by Maria Rusafova of Rusafova Markulis Architects, Asheville. Built by owner Rebecca Hedly. Structural engineering by McDonald Structural Engineering. Photos by Jennifer Coates. View Photos.
1st Place: The 2013 Doug Lebda Guest House, aka On Water, Wilmington NC, designed by Michael Ross Kersting with Toby R. Keeton of Michael Ross Kersting Architecture of Wilmington. Built by Mark Batson, Tongue and Groove Custom Builder. Rudy Dombroski, structural engineer. View Photos.
2nd Place: The 2014 Dasgupta/Saucier Residence, Raleigh NC, designed and built by Robby Johnston and Craig Kerins of Raleigh Architecture and Construction. Structural engineering by Kaydos-Daniels Engineers. View Photos.
3rd Place: The 2013 UNC-Charlotte UrbanEden House, Charlotte NC. Designed by the UNC-Charlotte Solar Decathlon Architecture team, UNCC Faculty Advisors and Mentors; Mona Azarbayjani, Architecture Lead Faculty, Charlotte. Built by the NC-Charlotte Solar Decathlon Architecture team. Won 2nd Place in the People's Choice Category.View Photos / View Video.
The 2009 Todd Mason House, Mooresville NC, designed by Tonino Vicari of Tectonic Design of Monroe MI. Engineering by Robert Darvas Associates. Built by Todd Mason. Photos by Jordan Rickard. View Photos.
The 2011 Tom and Lisa Barrie House, aka Mountain Retreat, Boone NC, designed by Thomas Barrie AIA of Raleigh. Built by Dacchille Construction. Photos by Eric Morley.
The 2014 Hunter/Porry House, aka Mia Bella Vista, Union Mills NC. Designed and built by Mike Hunter. Owner: Tongass Creek LLC. Team members included Tom Freeman Carpentry, John Crawford Electricians, Bill Shuford HVAC, Jock Wall Stone Masons, Kim Warner Structural Engineer, and Jim Mowitz Artistic Textures. View Photos / View Video.
The 2014 Matsumoto Prize Jury