SV Design Receives Two BRICC Awards
Chatham, MA – SV Design received two BRICC Awards at the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod (HB&RACC) Award Gala on October 5, 2023.
The firm was awarded a Gold Award for Outstanding Use of Local Art or Artisan Talent for the Ring Chair arched stand design in partnership with Jeff Soderbergh Sustainable Furnishings & Fine Art. The outdoor chair required a stand that would not only support its 58” diameter, but marry visually with the sculptural beauty of the ring.
Lindsay Goode (Moore) - Associate, Interiors at the firm’s Chatham office - and Senior Project Manager, Sean Henry, designed an understated, yet complex, arched stand that emerges from the landscape. The stand required two concrete footings to counter the weight of the chair as someone swings on it, and was fabricated using Corten steel to blend with elements of the ring, resulting in an effortless, levitated sculpture. The Ring Chair, designed and fabricated by Jeff Soderbergh, is made of the finest quality reclaimed, sustainable materials, and is thoughtfully positioned within the landscape so it can be seen from the main hallway of the home. The chair and stand were intended to complement the architectural and interior design work SV Design was collaborating on with the client, as the interior of the home features various metal elements, including a steel staircase and handrails.
The Ring Chair project team included: Jeff Soderbergh Sustainable Furnishings & Fine Art; BLUBLK (stand fabrication); Coastal Engineering.
SV Design was also recognized in partnership with Fitzgerald Custom Homes for Excellence in Whole House Remodeling (Gold Award, $500,000 - $1MM category). This Cape Cod home was built in a prime location after the decision was made to raze the existing cottage on the lot. The new three-story home’s footprint adhered to the existing foundation and nestles into its steeply sloped lot. With oversized windows and a mix of board and batten and shingle siding, the front façade has a modern-farmhouse-meets-the-beach look. A partial shed dormer, one of several that were incorporated to expand living space, draws the eye up. The sun-filled kitchen is very much the focal point of the home with a vaulted ceiling lined with shiplap, a center island in a saturated shade of blue, and multiple windows on three of its walls. Other features include a three-story staircase, a low-slung deck, French doors, and a casual den for the family’s children.
The project team included: Fitzgerald Custom Homes, Classic Kitchens and Interiors, KAM Appliances, and Andersen Windows.
Photographer: Amber Jane Photography