PATENTS:

  

Brick, Stephanie. Shelving Unit. United States, assignee. Patent #8,662,326 B2. Mar. 2014. Print.

A remarkably innovative and elegant modular shelving unit, specifically designed for ease of transport and assembly with its self-sustaining construction and knock-down assembly.

FEATURED ARCHITECTURAL PUBLICATIONS & AWARDS:

  

Brick, Stephanie. "How To Create the Perfect Personal Style for Your Home." The Washington Post, 24 August 2019. Print.

Brick, Stephanie. "How To Create Style in Your Home When You Aren't Sure What Your Style Is." The Washington Post, 19 August 2019. Web.

Brick, Stephanie. "Why You Should Care About the Lighting in Your Home." The Washington Post, 18 June 2019. Web.

Brick, Stephanie. "How to Decide Whether Your Kitchen Appliances Need Replacing." The Washington Post, 22 January 2019. Web.

Brick, Stephanie. "The Real Deal on TV Home-Remodeling Shows." The Washington Post, 22 October 2018. Web.

Brick, Stephanie. "Looking for Durability or High Style? We Break Down the Plethora of Tile and Hardwood Floor Options for You." The Washington Post, 7 August 2018. Web.

Brick, Stephanie. "The Cabinetry Conundrum: Stock Cabinets, Custom or Somewhere in Between?" The Washington Post, 22 May 2018. Web.

Brick, Stephanie. "Everything You Need To Know About Making Your Home Energy-Efficient." The Washington Post, 6 March 2018. Web.

Brick, Stephanie. "How to Integrate Your Home’s Indoor and Outdoor Spaces." The Washington Post, 11 December 2017. Web.

Brick, Stephanie. "Three Steps to Finding the Best Home Remodeler." The Washington Post, 14 August 2017. Web.

Brick, Stephanie. "Tech to Make Your Home More Functional - and Fun." The Washington Post, 17 June 2017. Print.

Brick, Stephanie. "Whole-House Technology Systems Can Be Functional - and Fun" The Washington Post, 12 June 2017. Web.

Brick, Stephanie. "How To Size an Island That’s Right for Your Kitchen." The Washington Post, 16 May 2017. Web.

*Internationally syndicated via The Washington Post: Brick, Stephanie. "How to Make Your Home Organic and Healthier." The Washington Post, 4 April 2017. Web. Link

Brick, Stephanie. "Upgrades That Will Help Make Your Home Say, 'Be Our Guest' " The Washington Post 10 December 2016, Real Estate sec. Print.

  

*Internationally syndicated via The Washington Post: Brick, Stephanie. "Upgrades to Make Your Home More Entertainment-Friendly." The Washington Post, 6 December 2016. Web. Link

 

*Internationally syndicated via The Washington Post: Brick, Stephanie. "The Mudroom Upgrade: It’s No Longer Merely the Place to Stash Your Boots, But Where You Go to Stay Safe in a Disaster." The Washington Post, 30 August 2016. Web. Link

  

Brick, Stephanie. "How Much of Your Kitchen Do You Really Want On Display?" The Washington Post 11 June 2016, Real Estate sec. Print.

  

Brick, Stephanie. "How to Create a Live/Work/Play Space at Home." The Washington Post, 6 June 2016. Web. Link

*Internationally syndicated via The Washington Post: Brick, Stephanie. "As Bathrooms Grow More Splendorous, It's No Longer Business as Usual." The Washington Post 9 April 2016, Real Estate sec.: 36. Print.

  

Brick, Stephanie. "How to Add Splendor to a Tired Bathroom." The Washington Post, 5 April 2016. Web. Link

  

Brick, Stephanie. "How to Cook up a Redesign That Will Make Work Easier in the Kitchen." The Washington Post 13 Feb. 2016, Real Estate sec.: 20. Print.

  

Brick, Stephanie. "How to Design Efficiency into Your Kitchen." The Washington Post, 9 Feb. 2016. Web. Link

  

*National Professional of the Year Award Semi-Finalist: National Kitchen & Bath Association, 2016. Info

  

“Scandinavian Inspired.” Signature Kitchens & Baths. Summer 2015: 90-91. Print. Link

  

*National 30-Under-30 Award: National Kitchen & Bath Association, 2015. (see Press links below) Info

  

"Clean and Crisp." Signature Kitchens & Baths. Winter 2012: 62-63. Print. Link

  

The Pennsylvania State University Department of Architecture Faculty Letter of Commendation for SEED Leadership and Initiative, 2010. Link

FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHY PUBLICATIONS & AWARDS:

 

Brick, Stephanie. "How to Design Efficiency into Your Kitchen." The Washington Post, 9 Feb. 2016. Web. Link

  

"Clean and Crisp." Signature Kitchens & Baths. Winter 2012: 62-63. Print. Link

  

"All Nicely Done." Burke Connection. 12-18 Jan. 2012: 10-11. Print.

  

"A Memorable Day in the Life of Forensic Examiner Dr. John Brick." The Forensic Examiner. Fall 2009: Cover, 39-44. Print.

  

"Celebrating our North Shore beaches." The Village Beacon Record. 17 November 2009: A1. Print. Link

  

"Awards Night." The Spirit of North Shore Beach Photo Contest. Wordpress, 12 Sept. 2009. Web.

  

Winner of the People's Choice Award: The Spirit of North Shore Beach Photo Contest.

  

Second place winner: The Spirit of North Shore Beach Photo Contest.

  

FEATURED PRESS:

  

"NKBA 30 Under 30." NKBA Magazine. January 2015 KBIS Issue: 78. Print. Link

  

"The NKBA Announces 2015 30 Under 30 Award Recipients." K+BB. November/December 2014: 38-39. Print. Link

  

"A Contemporary Kitchen." Burke Connection. Print. Link

  

"All Nicely Done." Burke Connection. 12-18 Jan. 2012: 10-11. Print.

  

"Stephanie Brick Earns LEED, Founds SEED." New Hope News. 28 May 2010. Print. Link

  

"Bucks resident first in class to attain LEED architecture accreditation." Bucks County Herald. 20 May 2010. Print. Link

  

"Penn State seniors celebrate graduation weekend, look forward to future." Centre Daily Times. 16 May 2010. A1: Print. Link

  

"Solebury resident takes first in shore photo contest." Bucks County Herald. 1 October 2009. Print. Link

  

"Student Spotlight." The Philadelphia Inquirer. 29 June 2008. Print. Link

  

"Stephanie Brick wins Penn State architecture award." Bucks County Herald. 12 June 2008. Print. Link

Publications & Awards

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Stephanie Brick is a regularly by-lined author and design expert published by The Washington Post with multiple international syndications. Viewership of her top article is estimated at 7 million and her pieces are regularly ranked among the top three real estate articles on washingtonpost.com.

 

Ms. Brick is a strong advocate of client education and is honored by every opportunity to better inform homeowners with her work. Among her 20+ publications is a US patent for innovative design, national magazine spreads, and informative articles picked up by over two dozen news syndicates worldwide.

For the most up-to-date list of publications and awards, including additional listings of speaking engagements and community outreach, please visit Stephanie Brick's LinkedIn page.

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