News >> June 1, 2011 - And The Winners Are...



The popular residential design e-zine, Perspective New England, announced the winners of their esteemed inaugural awards program today.  When the judges who comprised of the magazine’s reputable editorial contributors, gathered to evaluate the entries for the 2011 Perspective On Design Awards in Honor of Residential Design, the judges struggled to choose between such varied and creative solutions to the big and small problems of homeowners from all over New England.  A handful of submissions rose above the rest and the winners were declared. 


Architect Stephanie Horowitz of Boston’s Zero Energy Design crafted a 2,000 square foot, 3-bedroom Cape Cod vacation home composed of three forms delineated by geometry, use, and material.


Designer, Kristen Rivoli of the eponymous design firm in Winchester, Massachusetts, created an interior for a Cape Cod house with handsome, low-key details infused with color.


Architect Michael Kim transformed a 35-year-old split-level house from a stodgy, cramped interior with dark exterior features to an urban style loft - airy and bathed in natural light.


Katy Flammia of Boston’s THEREdesign Architecture + Interior Design gave a 1500 square foot condominium a complete facelife and took it from boring to brilliant on a minimal budget.


Landscape Architect Keith Wagner of Burlington, Vermont, replaced a neglected pond with a pool and provided privacy without obstructing the beautiful vista from the entry drive with a contemporary design for a timber and copper clad pool house.


Tracy A. Davis of Urban Dwellings and Greg Day of Day Lighting in Portland, Maine, created grace, beauty, and function from the splinters of the fallen oldest elm in MA in 2010 with the production of a kitchen island’s round extension and a unique chandelier.

All of the winning submissions as well as additional notable submissions can be viewed online at

To learn how to submit entries for the 2012 Awards program, visit

Launched in the fall of 2009 to rave reviews, Perspective, published by Broadview Marketing, is the fastest growing on-line shelter and lifestyle magazine that covers New England. The focus of this unique publication is trends in New England architecture and interior residential design, home products, and design applications. Perspective combines the printed word with interactive links and informative videos, among other forms of media, to fully engage readers, including an interactive resource guide which offers readers quick access to remodeling and home improvement experts.  Future niche digital publications are planned for 2011.

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