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Washington, DC Home Remodeler Wins HOME & DESIGN Designers' Choice Award


Wentworth, Inc., an architect-led home remodeling design/build company located in Chevy Chase, Maryland, recently won a 2013 HOME & DESIGN Designers' Choice Award.

Chevy Chase, MD (PRWEB) November 01, 2012

Wentworth, Inc., a Washington, DC area home renovation company located in Chevy Chase, Maryland, won a 2013 Designers' Choice Award in the Favorite Design/Build Firm category. The award can be seen in HOME & DESIGN 2013 Sourcebook edition.

Every year, HOME & DESIGN polls hundreds of architects, interior designers, and remodeling and design/build professionals to find out who they consider to be that year's best companies in architecture and design. Categories include:

  •     Local Modern Architect
  •     Local Traditional Architect
  •     Local Design/Build Firm
  •     Hall of Fame Kitchen Designer
  •     Hall of Fame Landscape Firm
  •     Up and Coming Architect
  •     Up and Coming Designer

“We are pleased to be recognized as an industry favorite by other architects and designers in our field,” said Bruce Wentworth, AIA (American Institute of Architects), Founder and President of Wentworth, Inc. “It's a huge honor to be recognized on this level, and to be able to provide our clients with award-winning service.”

The reception took place in Washington, DC at the ROOM & BOARD showroom on Thursday, September 27, from 6-8 p.m. Each award recipient was personally recognized by Sharon Jaffe Dan, the editor-in-chief of HOME & DESIGN.

About Wentworth, Inc.:
A home remodeling company serving Washington, DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia, Wentworth, Inc. is a unique collaboration of architects, designers and craftsmen who create award-winning homes with timeless appeal. Wentworth, Inc. believes livability and beauty are essential to every project, and this can be seen in some of the company's most widely recognized home renovations in the DC area.

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