The deadline for the 35th Annual Interiors Awards has been extended to September 24th.
The Interiors Awards offers recognition in 15 market segments and is the only juried program to offer recognition of design by category. Held since 1979, the competition is judged by a select group of respected design industry leaders.
This year's jury includes: Siobhan Barry, Partner, iCrave; Andreas Charalambous, Principal, FORMA Design; LoriAnn Maas, Principal and Design Director of Interiors, Swanke Hayden Connell Architects; Anne Schopf, FAIA, Design Partner, Mahlum Architects; and Joey Shimoda, Chief Creative Officer, Shimoda Design Group, Contract’s 2013 Designer of the Year. For more information, and to enter, click here.
Take a look back at the Public Space category winner from the 2013 Interiors Awards: Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum by HGA.
Melding beautifully into the cemetery landscape, the mausoleum commemorates life and legacy, and the architect’s selflessness in design resulted in a structure that has a timeless elegance.
The foyer is defined by a white marble floor, walls of mahogany and split-faced granite, and white plaster ceiling. The glass entrance doors have bronze grille covers with a circular motif reminiscent of Louis Sullivan–designed patterning.
A marble and granite corridor leads to the columbarium and crypt rooms.
Light streaming through tall windows was a key element in the design of the committal chapel. The form of the space, with its curved walls and ceiling, is reminiscent of Le Corbusier’s Ronchamp.
Photography: Paul Crosby Photography