Architects Challenge Winners

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The rich variety of projects submitted for the Marvin Architects Challenge says it all. With multiple awards across a range of categories, this annual challenge showcases the best architects from around the world, and proves the constantly evolving abilities of Marvin Windows and Doors.

Christopher Strom was recognized in the “Best Contemporary” category in Marvin Architects Challenge 2017.
Christopher Strom was recognized in the “Best Contemporary” category in Marvin Architects Challenge 2017.
Christopher Strom was recognized in the “Best Contemporary” category in Marvin Architects Challenge 2017.
Christopher Strom was recognized in the “Best Contemporary” category in Marvin Architects Challenge 2017.
Christopher Strom was recognized in the “Best Contemporary” category in Marvin Architects Challenge 2017.
Christopher Strom was recognized in the “Best Contemporary” category in Marvin Architects Challenge 2017.
Little Camp is a direct response to its particular context.
Little Camp is a direct response to its particular context.
Little Camp is a direct response to its particular context.
Little Camp is a direct response to its particular context.
Little Camp is a direct response to its particular context.
Little Camp is a direct response to its particular context.
Siegel & Strain Architects was recognized as the winner of “Best Commercial” project in Marvin Architects Challenge...
Siegel & Strain Architects was recognized as the winner of “Best Commercial” project in Marvin Architects Challenge...
Siegel & Strain Architects was recognized as the winner of “Best Commercial” project in Marvin Architects Challenge...
Elizabeth Herrmann was recognized as the winner of the “Best Transitional” category in Marvin Architects Challenge 2017.
Elizabeth Herrmann was recognized as the winner of the “Best Transitional” category in Marvin Architects Challenge 2017.
Elizabeth Herrmann was recognized as the winner of the “Best Transitional” category in Marvin Architects Challenge 2017.
Elizabeth Herrmann was recognized as the winner of the “Best Transitional” category in Marvin Architects Challenge 2017.
Elizabeth Herrmann was recognized as the winner of the “Best Transitional” category in Marvin Architects Challenge 2017.
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