Banner’s Cabinets Inc.
Newland, NC
bannerscabinets.com

Specialty: Custom cabinetry, doors and millwork
Category:
Architectural Millwork
Project: Glassy Library
Materials: American black walnut with an early American antiqued hand rubbed finish.
Project Notes: The clients desired a cozy atmosphere in traditional wood with a fireplace and display of collections from their world travels. This was achieved with a back wall of individually lighted cubicles. On the opposite wall, a uniquely designed mantle is anchored by arched cased openings leading into the living area. The clients wanted great detail in door, paneling and all moulding designs.

Honorable Mentions

 

Burger Boat Co.
Manitowoc, WI
burgerboat.com
Category: Architectural Millwork
Specialty: Luxury Yachts/Luxury Yacht Interiors
Project: 142-foot Luxury Yacht
Project Notes: The SEA OWL is a custom built, 142 foot (43.3m) Tri-Deck Motor Yacht. Throughout the 3,500+ square feet of finished interior space, variations of light and dark teak have been used throughout the vessel to create her traditional raised and recessed wall paneling.


 

Riverside Construction Services
Cincinnati, OH
riversidearchitectural.com
Category: Architectural Millwork
Specialty: Architectural millwork fabrication & installation
Project: Hollywood Casino – Lawrenceburg, IN
Project Notes: Project included many different radiused items that were fabricated using Northwood CNC router. The bullseye liquor display was compound radius trims.


 

Monarch Industries
Warren, RI
monarchinc.com
Category: Architectural Millwork
Specialty: Custom architectural millwork
Project: Peabody Hotel & Convention Center
Project Notes: 70,000 square feet of maple, white oak, walnut and black limba plywood, along with 95,000 feet of trim were required to complete the various meeting rooms, ballroom and public spaces.


 

Lloyd’s Custom Woodwork
Concord, CA
lcwoodwork.com
Category: Architectural Millwork
Specialty: Custom full interior woodowork
Project: Elm House
Project Notes: The wood is 100-year-old reclaimed Chinese elm. Sixteen container loads of elm were imported to complete all of the cabinetry, coffered ceilings, box beam ceilings, ridge and rafter beam ceilings, scissor trusses, columns, paneling, wainscotting, interior doors, architectural trim, entry door, stair pickets, handrails, stair parts and more.


 

Raino Ogden Architects
Chicago, IL
rainoogdenarchitects.com
Category: Architectural Millwork
Specialty: Architecture
Project: Daniel’s Basement
Project Notes: Thorough basement buildout replacing existing minimal drywall and acoustic tile ceiling with rich cherry paneling, coiffured beams and built-in casework.

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