Structure + Style 2022: Build Winners

Presenting the winners of the 2022 Structure + Style Awards: Build Category

Single-Family Home Detached: Accessory Dwelling Unit (Built on Foundation)

WINNER: Oregon Homeworks

The “Electric Slide” is the latest collaboration between M.O.Daby Design and Oregon Homeworks. The goal of the project was to deliver much-needed housing to Portland’s close-in landscape at an accessible price associated with heavy fixers or suburban developments.

Project Lead
Eric Thompson


Oregon Homeworks

Single-Family Home Detached: $500,000 – $749,999

WINNER: Greentown Homes

The classic merge of contemporary and timeless traditional design creates this warm and cozy home. Bold with exterior color, dark accents against the light, and bright, airy accents of white and greige, this transitional farmhouse is nestled in a NE Portland cul-da-sac.

Project Lead
Brett Grantham

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Greentown Homes

Single-Family Home Detached: $750,000 – $999,999

WINNER: Noyes Development Company

This incredible Craftsman home enjoys picturesque sunrises and spectacular sunsets, and is designed to entertain. It was built with quality materials, backs up to green space, and has residential deer as neighbors. The beauty is matched with high performance systems, ZERO energy ready certifications and luxurious finishes.

Project Lead
Mike Frey

Rumm Media

Noyes Development

Single-Family Home Detached: $1,000,000 – $1,499,999

WINNER: Secor Homes

Alex Secor, owner of Secor Homes, built this creekside dream to share with his wife and family to come. He married his wife, Julia, just two weeks before completing this modern Craftsman home that was featured in the 2022 Street of Dreams.

Project Lead & Photographer
Alex Secor

Secor Homes

Single-Family Home Detached: $2,000,000 and Above

WINNER: Hamish Murray Construction

The homeowners’ dream was to create a space that offered an easy place for social gatherings and a sense of privacy. The heart of this home is the great room that includes a large granite fireplace, 18-foot ceilings, and a wall of glass doors that opens to a stunning patio.

Project Lead
Hamish Murray

KuDa Photography