Western Living Magazine
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Designers of the Year 2023: Meet the All-Star Industrial Design Judges
Deadline Extended! Enter Western Living’s 2023 Designers of the Year Awards
Designers of the Year 2023: These Are Your All-Star Interior Design Judges
You've chosen your top 5: keep voting to crown Western Living's 2018 Home of the Year!
We’ve spent the last two weeks collecting votes for our second annual readers’ choice awards (see the full list of finalists here), and now it’s time for us to reveal our Top 5 finalists: listed below, in no particular order, are gorgeous homes designed by Martine Ast; Paul Lavoie; Nyla Free and Marvin DeJong; Negar Ghorashi; and Sophie Burke and Cedric Burgers, all still vying for your votes to become Western Living’s 2018 Home of the Year!Scroll through the photos to find your fave, and then submit your vote at the bottom of article. Vote once a day, and share your favourites with friends. We’ll be crowning the victor on December 19.This poll is now closed. See the winner here!
Calgary designer Martine Ast’s radical update of a vintage ’70s home in Calgary has more than a few playful nods to its original era.
With the help of designer Paul Lavoie, the late Jim Shaw created a lakeside home in the Okanagan that’s as warm and welcoming as the cable magnate himself.
A stunning staircase and floor-to-ceiling curtain wall highlight the open design from intern architect Marvin DeJong and designer Nyla Free in Calgary.
Designer Negar Ghorashi saves a mid-century West Vancouver home from the bulldozer—and brings it beautifully into the present.
A Whistler cabin from designer Sophie Burke and architect Cedric Burgers that’s as sustainable as it is beautiful.
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