My House Design/Build wins international award

My House Design/Build Team is racking up the awards for its Waterfront Hideaway project.

My House Design/Build is continuing to win awards for its Waterfront Hideway project. They recently added three National Association of Home Builders Best in American Living Awards (BALA) to their list.

“It’s an honour, not only for us and our clients, but for all of the Greater Vancouver home builders as we now recognized as creating some of the finest homes and projects in all of North America,” says Graeme Huguet, president and managing director of My House Design/Build. “This has truly been a blessed year for us!”

The team at My House Design/Build won a Gold Award for Green Built Home, a Gold Award for International Single-Family and the Silver Award for Single Family One-of-a-Kind Home up to 4,000 square feet. The BALAs highlights the most creative and innovative builders, renovators, architects, developers, land planners and interior designers.

Waterfront Hideaway is also up for three Georgie Awards at this month’s ceremony. The categories are Custom Home Valued Between $1,500,000 to $3,000,000, Best Interior Design Custom Residence – New or Renovation and Best Outdoor Living Space – New or Renovation.

My House Design/Build is up for several other Georgies as well for other projects. They have been the recipient or finalist for over 60 industry awards, including Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association Ovation Awards, Canadian Home Builders’ Association National SAM Awards, Built Green BC Awards and Interior Design Association Awards, among others.

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