Hilton Architects recognized with six 2014 HOBI awards

From left, Rich Koch, Charles Hilton and John Hibbard mark a very successful night for Charles Hilton Architects.

From left, Rich Koch, Charles Hilton and John Hibbard mark a very successful night for Charles Hilton Architects.

Charles Hilton Architects and Davenport Contracting Inc. were the winners of six separate 2014 HOBI Awards on Tuesday evening, November 18.

Sponsored by the Home Builder and Remodelers Association (HBRA) of Fairfield County, the Home Building Industry (HOBI) Awards recognize builders, remodelers and other members of the housing industry for excellence in home design and construction, home technologies and community service.

Now in its 21st year, the HOBI organization is known to host the state’s most prestigious housing industry award program. The awards were presented at the annual HOBI Awards Banquet held at the Aqua Turf Club in Southington with nearly 775 building industry professionals in attendance.

All six honors given to Charles Hilton were awarded to a New England shingle-style residence situated on a scenic cove along the Long Island Sound in Riverside. The new home, named Best Custom Home 12,000-14,000 square feet, is clad in Alaskan yellow cedar shingles, trimmed with a variety of classical wood details and is anchored to the site with a heavy native fieldstone base.

Other awards given to the home include, Best Entry Foyer, Best Kitchen over $200,000, Best Exterior Home Feature, Best Home Office and Best Bath over $100,000. The awards were accepted by Davenport Contracting Incorporated’s; Rick Koch, Brian McDonald and John Hibbard; along with architect Charles Hilton. These honors bring the total number of design awards for Charles Hilton Architects to 11 for this year alone. The project’s interior designer was Amy Andrews of Katherine Cowdin, Inc.

Charles Hilton Architects is a Greenwich, architecture firm that specializes in high-end residential design. Mr. Hilton has designed residential projects located across the country, with the majority of his work being located in Fairfield County and Westchester County, N.Y. He has received design recognition from the Connecticut American Institute of Architects, as well as numerous trade publications andindustry associations. Mr. Hilton’s work has been featured regularly in shelter publications, as well as in books such as, Dream Homes of New England, Dream Homes of Metro New York, The Classicist and A Decade of Art and Architecture 1992-2002 and in two TV series.

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