TNAH 2001 was designed and built as a team effort with members from these organizations:

Sponsor: National Council of the Housing Industry, NAHB, Washington

Builder: John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods, Atlanta

Architects: Melanie Taylor Architecture & Gardens, New Haven, Conn.

Interior designer: J.P. Ltd., Atlanta

Media sponsors: Warren Nesbitt, publisher, Blake Evans, senior editor and TNAH architecture committee chairman, BUILDER magazine, Builderonline.com, ebuild.com, Washington; House Beautiful magazine

Pictured (l to r): Melanie Taylor, principal, Melanie Taylor Architecture & Gardens; Jeff Akin, president of western region, John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods; Jillian Pritchard, president, interior merchandiser firm J.P. Ltd.; and Michelle Horstemeyer, associate builder, John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods; not pictured: John Wieland, chairman, John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods, R.E. Blake Evans, TNAH architecture committee chairman, senior editor Builder, Washington
Pictured (l to r): Melanie Taylor, principal, Melanie Taylor Architecture & Gardens; Jeff Akin, president of western region, John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods; Jillian Pritchard, president, interior merchandiser firm J.P. Ltd.; and Michelle Horstemeyer, associate builder, John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods; not pictured: John Wieland, chairman, John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods, R.E. Blake Evans, TNAH architecture committee chairman, senior editor Builder, Washington

The council: The NCHI New American Home committee is led by (l to r) Tucker Bernard, NCHI TNAH 2002 staff liaison, senior director of NCHI at the NAHB, Washington; C.W. Edwards, TNAH past chairman, president of Charles Homes, Atlanta; and William T. Nolan, TNAH 2002 task force chairman, vice president of Affordable Housing Institute, Orlando, Fla.

Plans of the TNAH 2002 will be made available through Hanley-Wood's Home Planners at: www.eplans.com, plan no. HPD561.

TNAH's Contributors

Product Suppliers (NCHI Members)

* Armstrong World Industries/Triangle Pacific (craft room flooring) IBS booth no. 4428

* Ann Sacks Tile/Kohler (floor tiles) IBS booth no. 4514

* Brass Craft/Masco Corp. (copper fittings) IBS booth no. 4440

* Bruce Hardwood Floors/Triangle Pacific (flooring) IBS booth no. 4428

* Bruce Laminate Floors/Triangle Pacific (flooring) IBS booth no. 4428

* Crossville Ceramics Co. (tiles) IBS booth no. 7838

* Cultured Stone Corp./Owens Corning Corp. (exterior stone)IBS booth no. 4540

* Dal-Tile Corp. (bath tiles and flooring) IBS booth no. 7522

* DuPont Zodiaq (countertops) IBS booth no. 6140

* GAF Materials Corp. (shingles, felt, flashing) IBS booth no. 1636

* Georgia-Pacific (wood I-beams, LVL, GP laminate, and plywood) IBS booth no. 7552

* Heat-N-Glo/Hearth Technologies (fireplaces in keeping room and master suite) IBS booth no. 1652

* Honeywell (air filtration, controls, zoning, thermostats, humidifers, and ventilators)

* In-Sink-Erator (food disposal) IBS booth no. 1252

* James Hardie Building Products (siding) IBS booth no. 7722

* KitchenAid/Whirlpool (counter appliances) IBS booth no. 4614

* Kohler (sinks and plumbing fixtures) IBS booth no. 4514

* Lennox Industries (HVAC) IBS booth no. 7738

* LP (radiant barrier sheathing and framing material) IBS booth no. 5840

* Masonite Corp. (interior doors, fascia, corner boards, and exterior cornice and trim) IBS booth no. 5028

* Maytag (upstairs stacking washer and dryer)

* Noveon (PVC plumbing) IBS booth no. 7814

* Overhead Door Corp. (garage doors) IBS booth no. 7222

* Owens Corning Corp. (exterior stone, HVAC ducts, insulation and quiet zone sound) IBS booth no. 4540

* Peachtree Doors & Windows (exterior windows and doors) IBS booth no. 7070

* Pine Hall Bricks/Brick Institute (landscape pavers)

* Premdor (interior French doors)

* Senco Products (fasteners, framing, drywall, and trim) IBS booth no. 5008

* Square D Co. (electrical)

* Sub-Zero Freezer Corp. (refrigerator, wine cooler, freezer, and ice maker) IBS booth no. 4740

* Superior Walls of America (pre-cast walls) IBS booth no. 6762

* Therma-Tru Corp. (front door) IBS booth no. 5828

* Timberlake Cabinet Co. (cabinets)

* Tyvek by DuPont (housewrap) IBS booth no. 6140

* USG Corp. (framing drywall and trim) IBS booth no. 5316

* Vent Free Gas Product Alliance/Empire Comfort (outdoor grill)

* Viking Range Corp. (cooktop, double oven, microwave chamber, downdraft, and vent kit) IBS booth no. 6722

* Whirlpool Corp. (dishwasher, personal valet, laundry room washer and dryer) IBS booth no. 4614

* Wilsonart International (laminate flooring)

In addition to the NCHI members listed to the left and in the text of the story, the following companies contributed valuable resources, products, and services for the home.

* Ackerman Technology Group (structured wiring and audio video)

* Anthony & Sylvan Pools (swimming pool and spa)

* Apex Sauna and Wine Cellars (sauna, wine cooler, and wine cellar racks)

* Atlanta Metal Products (aluminum products and gutter material)

* Baco Exterminating (exterminating services)

* Bahamas Film & Convention Bureau (photography)

* Bali Bijou (furniture)

* Bauer International (furniture, boy's room)

* Beam Central Cleaning Systems (central vacuum system and accessories)

* Benjamin Moore & Co. (paint products)

* Blue Circle Materials (concrete block material and concrete)

* Builder's Display (cabinet hardware and bath accessories)

* Building Specialties (drywall supplies)

* C Lighting (low voltage lighting, decorative lighting)

* California Closet Co. (closet organizers, shelves, and pantry)

* Crestron (sound and lighting controls)

* Custom Surfaces (countertop installation)

* Del Jou (art and mirrors)

* Design Crete Coating (pool deck)

* Dex Studios (concrete counters, bath counters)

* Dow AgroScience (termite prevention)

* Eartha Whitfield (window coverings, boy's room bedding)

* Fashion Tech (window shades)

* Faux Finishes & Decorative Art (faux finishing)

* First Alert Professional (security system)

* Georgia Backyard (front and rear yard furniture; pool furniture)

* Georgia Floors (carpet and hardwood installation)

* Georgia Power (electric car recharging station)

* GMS Select Products (stone gravel and sand products)

* Insulation Division Inc. (sound batting and insulation)

* J & J Poured Floor Systems (radiant floor heating)

* Kevin Russo (draperies)

* Leviton Manufacturing Co. (electrical devices and plates)

* M. Shanken Communications (framed publications and periodicals)

* Manorisms (furniture)

* MassageWarehouse.com (massage table and accessories)

* Mendal Tencer (guest room carpeting)

* Mohawk Industries (carpets)

* Mr. & Mrs. John Wieland (private and corporate art collection)

* Mudpies of Atlanta (children's furniture and bedding, girl's room)

* On-Q Technologies (structure wiring)

* Pacifica (furniture)

* Park Avenue Finishes (wall textures and faux finishes)

* Pentair Pool Products (pumps, filter, heater, and fiber optics)

* Pioneer Concrete Pumping (concrete pump services)

* Pottery Barn (chairs and accessories)

* Residential Construction Specialists (fireplace and hearth installation)

* Rugs by Robinson (large area rugs)

* Schlage Lock Co. (locksets)

* Sherlock's (wine bottles and accessories)

* Shoffner Industries (roof trusses)

* SpeakerCraft (in-wall speakers)

* Tobacco Loft (cigars, pipes, and accessories for study)

* Turfgrass America (sod)

* Vasperman (glass artwork)

* U.S. Department of Energy

* Water for Life (water filtration system)

* Zenith (televisions and electronics)

In addition to our special in-depth coverage here, look for articles in three issues of the consumer publication of House Beautiful--Home Building, summer 2002; Home Remodeling and Decorating, summer 2002, and Kitchen and Baths, summer 2002.

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