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And the winning gingerbread house is…

By Geeky Swedes · January 13th, 2009 · 1 Comment

The Fremont company Logan’s Hammer held a contest among local architect firms over the holidays to build the coolest gingerbread house.  And the winner has just been announced. Take a look at this…

This amazing house built by the folks at DeForest Architects. “The winning gingerbread house featured a modern two-story design, landscaped with a playful waffle cone and chocolate chip tree landscape, marshmallow snow and a nearby pond perfect for ice skating,” explains Logan’s Hammer. The winner was selected by a combination of online votes and on-site voting at Theo’s Chocolate. On the winner’s behalf, the $1,000 prize donation was given to the Parent Trust for Washington Children. Congrats, DeForest!

Plus: Speaking of Theo’s Chocolate, take a look at this story about Theo’s Andy McShea, a Harvard-trained molecular biologist using his scientific talent to promote “true chocolate” in Seattle.




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