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Architect's Challenge Showdown: The Top Ten

It is now Round 4 of the Architect’s Challenge Showdown and we are down to the final 10 projects. Who made it through? Who did we have to say goodbye to?

There have been amazing projects in all rounds of the competition and the top 10 are no exception. There are innovative renovations like this:

Taggartwood

Taggartwood by Steve Durden of Durden Architecture

Sustainable projects like this:

Bragg Hill

Bragg Hill by Matthew Moger of Moger Mehrhof Architects

Traditional projects like this:

Riverfront Raze & Replace

Riverfront Raze and Replace by Erik Tolley of ERT Architects, Inc.

And contemporary projects like this:

Private Residence NY

Private Residence–New York by Michael Phinney of Phinney Design Group

Don’t forget to vote for your favorite to send it to final of the Architect’s Challenge Showdown!

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