Michael Nash solution named nation’s “Best whole house remodel”
Master designer/remodeler Sonny Nazemian shares trade secrets
A comprehensive makeover to a Mediterranean-style home in McLean has won a national Chrysalis award for Michael Nash Kitchens and Homes. Founded in 1993, the Chrysalis has long been regarded as the remodeling industry’s most prestigious peer award; Qualified Remodeler Magazine and Kitchen and Bath Design News are among the national media sponsors.
The winning design solution– in which two levels of a 20-year old single family home were selectively reconfigured and upgraded–was executed in the residence of George and Rima Bitar. The project was named the nation’s “best whole house remodel”. Other judges include editors and writers for Southern Living Magazine and Better Homes and Gardens.
The makeover had earlier won a regional (11-state) “Contractor of the Year” (COTY) award from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI); previously it was judged a COTY Grand Winner (“Best Entire House Under $250,000.00”) by NARI’s metro DC chapter.
In accepting the prize, Michael Nash president and founder Sonny Nazemian acknowledged his company’s innovative design team–which contended with space planning and interior design challenges while staying entirely within envelop of the 4,800 square foot structure. < Read More >