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Winners of the Inspirations Awards Announced

08 June, 2014

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The winners of the 2014 Inspirations Awards were announced Sunday, June 8, in the Tandus Centiva showroom at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago. The sixth annual Inspirations Awards recognize a commitment to social responsibility in commercial interior architecture and design—implementing design to improve the quality of life for those in need. Winners are recognized for work completed for clients that are a worthy cause. The clients, in turn, receive a generous grant from award sponsor Tandus Centiva.

The 2014 jurors were: Katherine Darnstadt, AIA, Founder and Principal of Latent Design, Chicago; Kim Hong, IIDA, Interior Design Director at granum a/i, Philadelphia; Paul LaBrant, IIDA, Director of Interior Design at GSC Architects, Austin TX.

The 2014 winners are:   

Project Category Winner

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity by Gensler (Minneapolis)

Project location: St. Paul, Minnesota

$5,000 Grant Award

 

Practice Category Winner

Hawai`i Wildlife Center by Ruhl Walker Architects (Boston)

Project location: Halaula, Hawaii

$1,000 Grant Award

 

Project Category Honorable Mention

American Red Cross by SmithGroupJJR (San Francisco)

Project location: San Francisco

 

Practice Category Honorable Mention

Artists for Humanity by Artaic (Boston)

Project location: Boston




Winners of the Inspirations Awards Announced

08 June, 2014


The winners of the 2014 Inspirations Awards were announced Sunday, June 8, in the Tandus Centiva showroom at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago. The sixth annual Inspirations Awards recognize a commitment to social responsibility in commercial interior architecture and design—implementing design to improve the quality of life for those in need. Winners are recognized for work completed for clients that are a worthy cause. The clients, in turn, receive a generous grant from award sponsor Tandus Centiva.

The 2014 jurors were: Katherine Darnstadt, AIA, Founder and Principal of Latent Design, Chicago; Kim Hong, IIDA, Interior Design Director at granum a/i, Philadelphia; Paul LaBrant, IIDA, Director of Interior Design at GSC Architects, Austin TX.

The 2014 winners are:   

Project Category Winner

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity by Gensler (Minneapolis)

Project location: St. Paul, Minnesota

$5,000 Grant Award

 

Practice Category Winner

Hawai`i Wildlife Center by Ruhl Walker Architects (Boston)

Project location: Halaula, Hawaii

$1,000 Grant Award

 

Project Category Honorable Mention

American Red Cross by SmithGroupJJR (San Francisco)

Project location: San Francisco

 

Practice Category Honorable Mention

Artists for Humanity by Artaic (Boston)

Project location: Boston

 


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