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Mission Accomplished. Best of houzz 2017!

Anne Sciarrone - Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Anne Sciarrone in Atlanta, GA on Houzz

Our Mission is to:


Our practice is about how to create the project of YOUR dreams, not ours.  We relish the opportunity to apply what we know to solving complex problems for our clients and seek to do that in ways that support our clients’ goals.

Mission Accomplished!  We are thrilled to have been awarded Best of houzz 2017 for customer service.  

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Thanksgiving 2016

Zak Stanton - Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Setting the Table

It's that time of year again when the holiday season is just around the corner and we take a moment to stop and think of the many things for which we are thankful. It's gratitude after all, that sets the table for a full life. Our list of things to be grateful for includes each of you who make it possible for us to do what we love every day. 

And for a little something to add to your table setting, how about this holiday graphic which includes more than one way to impress all of your guests from place setting etiquette to the essential art of folding napkins to look like turkeys.

(Because Thanksgiving Swans just don't make sense)

Happy Thanksgiving!

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H. Anne Blakely Sciarrone Architecture Celebrates 6 Year Anniversary

Zak Stanton - Thursday, September 01, 2016

Happy Birthday to us!

 We are 6 years old today and look forward to many more years of 

“designing the spaces where traditions are created

 and memories are made.”

Ansley Park Renovation Wins National Chrysalis Award

Zak Stanton - Friday, May 20, 2016

We won!!!

H. Anne Blakely Sciarrone Architecture Wins…

National Award for Best Full Home Renovation

Beginning in 1993, The Chrysalis Awards for Remodeling Excellence covers 28 categories of residential and commercial remodeling. Regional winners were selected from four geographical regions of the country and then judged on overall design, creative use of space and materials, and the degree to which the project enhances the original structure in order to select a national winner for each category. 

Take a look at our winning entry!


A family of 4 with a baby on the way, were living in an outdated 2-bedroom home that they had far outgrown in a very sought-after area of downtown Atlanta. The original 1920's craftsman bungalow was buried beneath an unfortunate 1970's renovation. 

This project included a complete addition of a second floor, which gave the family 2 additional bedrooms, a large laundry and craft room, a bathroom, a living space and ample play area with plans for a future additional bedroom and bath. On the main level, cramped, dark rooms were re-designed into more livable and functional spaces, along with a complete transformation of the exterior of the house to take it back to the character of what it once was and brought it up to the standard of the Ansley Park neighborhood.

*new front façade features an exterior second floor porch nested cozily into the home’s new gabled roof, while playful brackets and wrapped shake columns add additional character to an expansive main level porch below.  

*new spacious kitchen with timeless style showcases clean lines, plenty of character, and provides the large space needed for a young growing family


*elegant new hallway between living and dining rooms with cleverly planned storage in walls below columns

The before pictures:

Before, this home was easily one of the most unattractive homes in an otherwise beautiful neighborhood. After the renovation, however, our clients are in love with their space and believe that this project fulfilled all of their dreams for a home and more.

This home went through a complete transformation from being one of the most unattractive homes in an otherwise beautiful neighborhood to a façade that now boasts gorgeous curb appeal and a functional yet beautiful interior that has provided extreme satisfaction for the clients. We knew we were creating something truly special when during construction, neighbors would repeatedly stop and thank us for what we were doing to transform the home.

Our mission is to:


We would be thrilled to work with you or someone you know. Reach out to us and let us help create a home for how you live!

"Designing the spaces where traditions are created and memories are made."

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