2012 Awards

Judged by a panel of professional peers in the national building industry — architects, custom homebuilders, interior designers and manufacturers, D'Alessio Inspired Architectural Designs (DIAD) has received nine awards in 2012. The Awards were given for addressing interior design creativity and overall dedication to building craftsmanship, for outstanding residential design and construction excellence for: 'Best Conceptual Home Design,' 'Best Custom Home,' Best Classical Home of the Year,' Best Exterior Make Over,' 'First Place for Decorative Concrete—Outdoor Oasis,' Second Place for Decorative Concrete—Home Renovation,' 'Best Architectural Feature,' and 'Design Excellence—Outdoor Oasis.'

"We are honored to receive this recognition and these nine-awards. Our firm is committed to designing/ building the best quality sustainable design homes here in the USA and abroad," states D'Alessio Inspired Architectural Designs President Andrea D'Alessio, Jr.

Dream Home Awards 2012

Dream Home Awards 2012

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Best Conceptual Home Design -
D'Alessio Inspired Architectural Designs

Mediterranean Villa

Best Custom Home 7,500- 9,000 SF


Custom Classical Home of the YEAR -
D'Alessio Inspired Architectural Designs


Best Exterior Make Over - D'Alessio Inspired Architectural Designs

Louis XIV Mansion
AIBD American Residential Design Awards

AIBD American Residential Design Awards


Custom Home 6500+, Chateau

Custom Luxury

Decorative Concrete

1st place: The Outdoor living - Oasis
2nd place: Home Renovation - Louis XIV
Residential Design+Build 2012 Design Excellence

Residential Design+Build 2012 Design Excellence


Architectural Feature - Article in For Residential Pros

Awards Won

Architectural Feature-Award
Design Excellence - Outdoor Oasis
Nov, 2012
D'Alessio Inspired Architectural Designs: 2012-Winner of Nine Awards for Architectural Design
D'Alessio - Inspired Architectural Designs
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