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Sneak preview of some 2013 Marvin Architect’s Challenge entries - submit yours before May 1


We wrote recently about the marketing muscle we put behind the winners of our annual Marvin Architect’s Challenge. We’re quite excited to see so many great architects eagerly submitting their best work for this year’s competition. Below, you can see some selected photos from the entries we’ve received so far.

If you haven’t submitted your work yet, you have until May 1 to do so. Check out the online submission form to see what’s required. It doesn’t take much to enter — just provide a good project overview and some great photos.

We’ve received several more great testimonials from previous Marvin Architect’s Challenge winners that make the case better than we ever could for why winning this award is so beneficial to an architect’s business:

“Marvin’s Architect Challenge was helpful beyond recognition. The significant web presence of winning entries leads to great exposure. It’s how we do business these days. People use Google to research everything.  When searched online, it makes for a positive first impression when the top links are to winning projects and credible descriptions.”

Kent Chilcott
Kent Chilcott Studio – Santa Rosa, CA
2010 & 2011 Marvin Architect’s Challenge winner

“Winning the Marvin Architect’s Challenge was absolutely beneficial to our business. We’ve had many hits on our website from Marvin-related press, and at least one job inquiry came directly from this publicity.”

Eric Gartner
SPG Architects - New York, NY
2012 Marvin Architect’s Challenge winner

“It was an honor to have two of our houses selected as winners of the Marvin Architect’s Challenge. The award adds luster to our reputation. The visit to the factory was particularly useful, giving me a greater appreciation for the quality of Marvin windows.”

Jacob Albert
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects - Boston, MA
2010 Marvin Architect’s Challenge winner

“Winning the Marvin Architect’s Challenge was a positive experience! I certainly intend to enter again.”

Nils Finne
FINNE Architects – Seattle, WA
2011 Marvin Architect’s Challenge winner

“The tour of Minneapolis was the best, mainly because our fellow winners were lots of fun.”

Arleta Chang
Jarvis Architects – Oakland, CA
2009 Marvin Architect’s Challenge winner

Here are a few photos from some of the many entries we’ve received so far: