Moceri Sweeps Detroit Home Design Awards
AUBURN HILLS, MICHIGAN – APRIL 14, 2015 — Moceri Homes was honored at the 11th annual Detroit Home Design Awards with wins in an unprecedented 14 categories. The Awards, Southeast Michigan’s most prestigious accolades for homebuilders, architects and designers, were recently presented at The Fillmore in Detroit.
Entries from Moceri were selected from three show houses created for the Ultimate Homearama 2014. Located in Oakland Township’s spectacular Pinnacle, Moceri’s Pinecrest, Villa Cortile and Greystone Manor homes represent the company’s most innovative designs and artisan quality construction processes. Moceri was recognized at the Detroit Home Design Awards ceremony with honors in the following categories:
• Interior use of tile
• Exterior lighting
• Custom furniture
• Exterior use of stone
• Residential swimming pool
• Landscape design
• Bath more than 150 square feet
• Contemporary master suite
• Traditional dining room
• Contemporary living room
• Children’s room
• Model home
For Master Builder, Frank Moceri, the awards are a testament to the company’s dedication to tradition and innovation.
“As a fourth-generation Italian American family business, we take immense pride in every home we build. Our name relies on it,” he said. “The number of Detroit Home Design Awards we earned this year goes straight to the heart of our mission to continue be the industry’s luxury home leader.” A national panel of independent judges selects the winners from entries across the region. Evaluating this year’s entries were Kevin Alter, the Sid W. Richardson Centennial Professor of Architecture at University of Texas at Austin; interior designer Lisa Jarvis, New York City; interior stylist Mary Rossi, Minneapolis; international designer Christina Sullivan Roughan, Connecticut; and architect Reginald L. Thomas, New York City.