best of lacantina competition 2019

Call for Entries: Submit Your Projects for the 2019 Best of LaCantina Competition

Architects are invited to showcase their projects for a chance to win a grand prize and receive major coverage on Architizer.

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Architizer is proud to announce the third annual Best of LaCantina competition in partnership with LaCantina Doors, the nation’s leading design and manufacturing company of folding, sliding and swing door systems. Through the Best of LaCantina, architects are invited to showcase built projects that use LaCantina’s innovative products for a chance to win a grand prize and receive major coverage on Architizer.

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LaCantina Doors’ range of systems helps to create beautiful open spaces that blur the line between indoor and outdoor living, seamlessly integrating sophisticated design with high functionality. LaCantina Doors utilizes the same signature narrow stile and rail profile across its product line for a complete and perfectly matching door package.

2019 best of lacantina competition

For the 2019 Best of LaCantina competition, we want to see the innovative projects you’ve designed using LaCantina Doors. All architects, interior designers, home builders, developers, interior architects and residential architects are invited to submit their built projects for a chance to win the following prizes:

  • A trip for two to attend New York City’s annual architecture and design month, Archtober
  • Special features on LaCantinaDoors.com and Architizer.com
  • Publicity across Architizer’s social media network of 4,000,000+ fans (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter)
2019 best of lacantina competition

Trolley House by Beinfield Architecture PC, Norwalk, Connecticut (Grand Prize Winner in 2018)

Last year, Beinfield Architecture PC took home the honor of Best in Show for their stunning project, the Trolley House in Norwalk, Connecticut. The architects cleverly utilized LaCantina’s operable glass doors to perfectly frame hushed views of the Farm Creek estuary and the greater Long Island Sound. The entire east wall of the Trolley House is comprised of LaCantina Doors, drenching the interior in natural light each morning and offering incredible views of the tidal landscape.

Left: Piebald Ranch by Craig McMahon Architect, Inc., George West, Texas (Best Rural Residential project in 2018), right: Corner Pocket House by Edward Ogosta Architecture, Manhattan Beach, California (Best Suburban Residential project in 2018)

Further awards in the 2018 competition went to Craig McMahon Architects, Inc. (Best Rural Residential), Edward Ogosta Architecture (Best Suburban Residential), Rossington Architecture (Best Urban Residential), Jeffrey Miller (Best Compact), Studio 222 Architects, LLC (Best Commercial) and Dean Homes (Most Innovative).

This year, we excitedly anticipating even more beautiful projects, showcasing what architects can do with LaCantina Doors’ wide range of architectural products.

The competition is officially open for entries as of today. Submit your entries by August 20, and our expert panel of judges will choose a winner by September 17 with a grand announcement here on Architizer. Good luck to all who enter!

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