Building & Interior Design Awards 2012

Residential Runner Up: Morningside

Originally built the 1930s, Morningside, a quaint little house in Tucker’s Town, was used primarily as a short-term rental property throughout its history.     Without a full-time, live-in family, the home lacked continuity in its design and was generally tired looking. Ignoring the design flaws, the current owners fell in love with the house’s fabulous charm and incredible panoramic 180-degree views from Castle Harbour to South Shore. Having vacationed here with her family since she was a young teenager,…

Building & Interior Design Awards 2012

Honourable Mention: The Highlands

Bold design and dramatic architecture are an unending theme throughout The Highlands, a 10,330-square-foot home in Warwick designed by architectural firm Cooper Gardner. During the planning stages, the homeowners were adamant about designing and building a home that both functioned…

Product & Service Awards

2011 Product & Service Awards

The effects of the recession on local business should come as no surprise to anyone, yet unemployment and business closings are still startling. In fact, it wasn’t too long ago that the economy was riding high and Bermuda was experiencing…

Building & Interior Design Awards

Residential Winner: Crow Lane House

With a penchant for travel art collecting and fine wine new owners renovate a home on harbour road for their family and their lifestyle. (more…)

Building & Interior Design Awards 2011

Commercial Winner: Catlin

With an open plan and light filled design catlins new offices are a thoroughly modern work environment. (more…)

Building & Interior Design Awards 2011

Commercial Runner Up: North Rock Communications

with a clever use of space and clean finishes and furnishings north rocks new customer service centre is both inviting and unique. (more…)