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Design Contest, Remodel-Addition

Design Contest – Remodel/Addition Design!

Two story home with yellow lap siding and welcoming front porch.

The Chief Architect Design Contest is a fun way to share your work, build credibility and expose your brand. Share one of your Remodeling or Addition Designs for a chance to win Chief Gear and more! Use any Chief Architect software product to create your original design.

Submit:

  1. Email a single image or a 360° image of your design to submissions@chiefarchitect.com
  2. Include your name, company information, and the software you used.
  3. Describe your design and planning process for your submission including any background information about the project.

Winner:

Submissions will be posted in a photo album on Chief Architect’s Facebook page. Fans of Chief Architect will be asked to “Like” their favorite entry. The entry with the most “Likes” and other reactions will be declared the winner.

Prizes:

1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place

Rules:

  • Use any Chief Architect software product to create your original design.
  • One submission/file per person (can be single view, collage, or 360° image)
  • Chief Architect reserves the right to refuse any contest entry.
  • Purchasing “Likes” or “Shares” is not permitted.
  • Submission Deadline is June 21, 2017

Send inquiries to submissions@chiefarchitect.com

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Contest Winners, Design Contest, Interior Design, Professional, Remodel-Addition

Featured Customer – Justin Link

Justin Link-Living room

Justin Link placed 2nd in our Design Contest – Remodel/Additions in March. He is from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, and owns a small drywall business called LX Drywall.

“My wife, Helen, and I are really just home renovation enthusiasts, but I’ve had an interest in design and remodel as far back as I can remember. As a young child, I remember looking through Sears catalogs not at toys, but at the furniture and home décor imagining what my home would look like when I became a “grown-up.” Continue reading…

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