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2019 Best of Design




You’ve admired their work — now it’s time to meet them in person. Pittsburgh Magazine is hosting the winners of our annual Best of Design contest at the Renaissance Hotel on Thursday, March 21 from 6-8pm. 

The event is a hands-on networking opportunity for designers, builders or those interested in creating or renovating the home of their dreams. Gain insight — and see exclusive images — of the winning projects while making conversation with design industry professionals over cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.  

 

Thursday, March 21, 2019 
Renaissance Hotel
6:00-8:00pm

 

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See our 2018 Best of Design Award Winning Projects

Check out photos from our 2018 event.

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2019 Best of Design Winners

Best New Home

Mired in controversial beginnings, a sleek contemporary townhouse nevertheless bloomed in a historic section of Pittsburgh’s North Side.

Best Renovated Home

The painstakingly detailed restoration of the historic Century Inn in Washington County following a catastrophic fire took more than two years.

Best New Kitchen

The modern farmhouse kitchen stands out thanks to a few high-impact wood features.

Best Kitchen Renovation

This kitchen in a historical Lawrenceville home situated on three lots received a major facelift.

Best New Bathroom

The owner of Armina Stone’s modern, European-style master bathroom features marble slabs from Turkey accented by luxurious gold fixtures.

Best Bathroom Renovation

Once a disco-era disaster, this master bathroom in Wexford went from dark and dated to a contemporary classic.

Best Outdoor Space

Sophisticated and private, a walled urban garden on the South Side contains all the recreational features you’d typically only find in the suburbs.

Best Room

Once a catchall for toys and exercise equipment, the basement of this Sewickley home is now a sophisticated entertainment space.

Meet Our Judges

To ensure fairness and neutrality, a panel of Cleveland-based professionals in the design and architecture industry handled the blind judging process.