The Wm. S. Marvin Hall of Fame for Design Excellence annually recognizes visionaries who have left—and continue to leave—their mark on the residential housing industry and beyond. This year’s inductees include Bryson Garbett of Salt Lake City–based Garbett Homes; Angela Brooks and Lawrence Scarpa of Brooks + Scarpa in Los Angeles and Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; and Washington, D.C.–based architect Robert M. Gurney.

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Bryson Garbett
The Salt Lake City, Utah–based builder has paved the way for contemporary design and zero-energy ready construction.

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Angela Brooks and Lawrence Scarpa
The team behind Brooks + Scarpa is spearheading design excellence and efficiency in affordable urban housing.

Colin Lenton

Robert M. Gurney
The D.C. architect maximizes modern minimalism with raw material components and asymmetric spaces.