Both Simon Janes of Janes Architectural and the project’s original design architect, Hugh Petter of Adam Architecture, have been announced as winners in the 2013 Marvin Architect’s Challenge for Batts Hall, Warwickshire.
The Marvin Architect’s Challenge is an international competition administered by Marvin Windows and Doors in the United States of America where projects that have utilised Marvin products may be entered and then assessed by a panel of independent judges. The Judges who are respected and renowned American Architects themselves select ten winning projects based on Solution driven design, Classical beauty, Innovative use of windows and sustainability. The ten winners are then invited to Minneapolis, Minnesota for a guided tour of homes and buildings of architectural interest, and then to the Marvin Factory in Warroad near to the Canadian border to view the production facility. The Winning properties are also featured in various promotional publications.
“ We are thrilled to be winners of this competition, a lot of time and hard work goes into designing and producing buildings of this standard and we are very pleased that Batts Hall has been recognised at an international level ”
– Simon Janes, Janes Architectural
See Batts Hall and the other nine finalists on the Marvin website;