Our studio was thrilled to join our peers in the design community this month to celebrate the annual American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Awards Gala. We were honored this year to receive several awards, and would like to recognize these projects along with the wonderful teams who contributed to them. We continue to be very fortunate to work with clients, builders, and industry members who allow us to bring these projects to life, and we are grateful to ASID for recognizing this work.
Tangletown Mediterranean Villa received First Place in Bathroom or Powder Room 0-900 SF. The 1920’s Deco style informed our design approach, and is particularly evident in the mahogany-clad powder room.
Franklin Ellerbe Tudor received First Place in Kitchen 300-399 SF. This 1908 home by a noteworthy Minnesota architect previously contained an outdated and poorly functioning 1970s kitchen. The new design combines historic detailing with modern sensibilities for a kitchen that is both functional in 2018 and fitting of 1908.
The Way of the West received First Place for Custom Designed Object or Detail. This kitchen light fixture was designed in cherry and unlacquered brass with mother of pearl inlays to perfectly complement the space around it. We will be sharing more photos of this recently completed project soon!
Last but not least, our whole team at the studio is proud to announce that David received the Minnesota Chapter ASID 2018 Designer of Distinction Award. We all witness first-hand the outstanding talent and hard work David contributes to each project, and were delighted to see this recognized by the community. We hope you will join us in congratulating David on this achievement!