Award-Winning Projects

We invite you to explore the Strobel Design Build experience by browsing our gallery of award-winning projects below. Our Design Build approach ensures your renovation or remodel are top-notch in industry-leading trends.

Residential Bath

Residential Addition

Residential Interior

Residential Addition

Residential Interior

Universal Design

Residential Bath

National COTY Award 2019, Residential Bath Over $100k

Creating an elegant spa-like retreat suitable for a multi-million-dollar high-rise condo was the request of our client. Leaving the details to the design team, our client simply said she envisioned a bright white contemporary design with warm contrasts, a bathtub that is actually inviting, and the ability to look out at the waterfront view from the shower.

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Residential Addition

COTY Awards 2018, $100k to $250k

For this addition, the client not only wanted an additional living space, but also to change the style from mid-century to mission‐revival. To accomplish this, the addition needed to be striking in design, and the existing home needed overhangs removed. The design would include a 400 square foot living room addition with new front entry, and a complete exterior facade remodel.

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Residential Interior

COTY Awards 2018, $75k to $150k

This 1980’s golf community condo has never been updated. The client was moving from a contemporary waterfront house and wanted his art collection to feel at home in the new space. A full interior remodel was needed, including a contemporary kitchen, light colored walls, and interesting textures.

As a three-time repeat client, we were confident that we could create a space that captured his style and use of the home.

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Residential Addition

COTY Awards 2018, Over $200k

Upon deciding to move to a waterfront location, our clients were hoping for a waterfront oasis to enjoy family time together. Finding an affordable waterfront home proved to be difficult, which is why they ended up with this 1990’s home that seemed to be out of place as a waterfront home.

Lacking a balanced curb-appeal and offering no waterfront entertaining areas, we set out to accomplish both with a transitional design. A front addition adds balance and an extra bedroom for guests. A rear addition added interior living space, a dining room, and outside entertaining areas; upper and lower. 

Not without some challenges specific to coastal remodeling, we were able to transform this modest home to a transitional waterfront home.

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Residential Interior

COTY Awards 2018, Over $150k

After inheriting this 1960’s waterfront home, the client began their wish list for the property. It involved changing the floor plan to be more welcoming to guests and entertaining family and friends.

The original design was very compartmentalized, with many hallways and a secluded kitchen. It did not provide any views of the water just outside the back windows and glass doors. Further, the bathrooms were just too small to be functional for a full-time resident and guests.

The ultimate goal was a complete interior remodel, updating the aesthetic to a transitional design with large open spaces.

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Universal Design

COTY Awards 2018, Entire House

The clients that owned this 1935 home were very clear in their vision; “we intend to live in this home until we die.” This bold statement coupled with their professional backgrounds in elder law was the driving force for this “Universal Design” addition.

Although they are decades from needing assistance, they wanted a fully accessible garage addition, and habitable addition; complete with living room, kitchenette, bathroom, and large bedroom. Their vision was that when they could no longer negotiate the second story stairs in the main house, they would move into the cottage with a care-­‐taker in the main house.

Along with Universal Design items, they wanted the entire property to be in sync with the original design, and also net-­‐zero for energy consumption. The clients intend to share their experience and show the improvements to the eldercare community, advocating aging-­‐in-­‐place proactive planning.

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