Local Architect wins Marvin Windows & Doors annual Challenge


Every year Marvin Windows & Doors has a contest recognizing the best architecture internationally.  This year a local architect, Jeff Murphy of Murphy & Co. Design, Buffalo, MN won for their design of Hunting Barn in Highcroft – Wayzata, MN.

Hunting Barn, Highcroft, Wayzata, MN Architect: Murphy & Co Design Buffalo, MN

 To see more on the Murphy & Co Design’s winning project, visit their website and search for Highcroft Hunting Barn. They have a lot of great designs.

To read about other winners around the world, check out this article from Minneapolis St Paul Business Journal.

The contest run by Warroad-based Marvin recognizes the best architecture in the U.S., Canada, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Spain and the United Kingdom. One of the winners this year was a four-story villa overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in Sotogrande, Spain.

“These winning projects are an inspiring display of architecture,” Brett Boyum, Marvin’s director of marketing, said in a news release. “Whether a faithful historic restoration or a completely original creation, these architects show what’s possible with inspiration and a focus on quality.”

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