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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:


2017 Regional Award
Basement Remodel

2015 Detached Outbuilding

2013 National Winner
Outdoor Living


2013 National Winner
Whole House Remodel
under $250,000


2013 Residential Specialty Item


2011 Residential Interior
over $100K


2011 Outdoor Living

2010 Best Residential
Specialty Item


National Award
2009 Residential Interior


2009 Addition
Over $250,000


National Award
2008 Best Addition
Over $250,000


2008 Best Deck/Porch

National Award
2007 Whole House
Remodel over $500,000


2006 Best
Detached Outbuilding

2005 Best
Commercial Remodel

2005 Best Room
Addition Over $100,000

2005 Best
Room Remodel

2005 Design/Build
Room Addition Over $100,000


2003 Design/Build Award Detached Outbuilding

2003 Special Award
Deck/Porch


2002 Best Room
Addition Over $100,000

2002 Best Room Remodel

2002 Design/Build Award
 Detached Outbuilding

1999 Best Sunroom

Anthony Wilder Design Build, Inc.
Remodelers of Bethesda,
MD
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Industry Associations: NARI, AIA, ASID
Professional Designation:

Anthony Wilder
7913 MacArthur Blvd.
Cabin John, MD 20818
Phone: 301-907-0100
Fax: 301-907-3300
Website: www.anthonywilder.com 



2011 Outdoor Living

The homeowners wanted an understated, yet ultra modern design; they envisioned flowing and open spaces with minimal, clean and crisp lines. Through the design process we discovered that the homeowners, avid architecture aficionados, yearned to own a Hugh Newell Jacobsen Dream House.

With a few modifications we were able to incorporate their requirements and Hugh’s Dream House design.  Using the Dream House as the foundation, we built a home of their dreams.  Although we adapted the design to meet our client’s distinct needs and aesthetic desires, our mission was to maintain the proportions and integrity intrinsic to a Jacobsen plan, and the Dream House itself.

From an aerial vantage point, the house takes the form of an “H,” achieved by arranging 3 pavilions, joined at a perpendicular angle. The modern, pavilion-based residence has the signature marks of a Jacobsen composition: simple, gabled forms, rectangular in plan, flat arches, and linear roof lines, and is now a centerpiece in the neighborhood. The spaces throughout the home are intentionally simple in their organization and geometric form in order to frame and give balance to the modern pavilion-based residence.