Bristol architect receives award

BRISTOL — A home produced by Elizabeth Herrmann Architecture + Design of Bristol was one of six winners selected in an annual competition sponsored by Marvin Windows and Doors.
An independent panel of esteemed architects chose the 2017 winners. The judges selected winners based on projects that demonstrated excellence in solution-driven design, classical beauty, innovative use of windows and sustainability.
The project, Knoll House, was designed by Architect Elizabeth Herrmann of Ferrisburgh and it won the Best Transitional category. It will be featured in “ARCHITECT” magazine.
“Elizabeth Herrmann designed the Knoll House with the outdoors in mind by selectively editing and revealing the natural features of the property. The dwelling offers the best nature has to offer while being completely at home in the surrounding terrain,” said Dondi Kazukewicz, senior manager, brand communications at Marvin.
This contemporary house was designed as an outgrowth of the knoll on which it sits.
Herrmann will receive a VIP trip to Marvin’s headquarters in Warroad, Minn., earning professional credits during the visit.

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