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October 19, 2016
Nine projects won 2016 INawards from the International Interior Design Association’s Northern Pacific chapter.
Fifty-six projects were entered by interior designers, architects and industrial designers from Alaska, British Columbia, Washington and Idaho.
Cheryl Durst, CEO of IIDA in Chicago, moderated the 13th annual awards event, held recently at Benaroya Hall.
The jurors were Julie Gauthier of lauckgroup in Houston, Diana Pisone of Ted Moudis Architects in Chicago and Julie Myers of Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle.
The industry award went to Juliet Schwalbach, an account executive for Milliken. She was vice president of members for the chapter and is working on its professional development efforts.
Anne Cunningham of NBBJ received the professional award. She has been a strong supporter of the IIDA Northern Pacific Chapter, and has encouraged her community to volunteer over the years.
The project categories are INmass (Micro and Macro): corporate, not-for-profit and institutional projects; INpublic: public, government and educational projects; INhospitality: hotel, spa, resort, restaurant, retail and amenity projects; INhealthcare: hospital, clinic and assisted-living projects; INhome: single-family and multi-family housing; INstory: projects with a compelling narrative or extraordinary challenges; INconcept, product design or unbuilt interior projects; and People’sChoice.
INmass — Macro
KEXP 90.3FM in Seattle
Design firm: SkB Architects
Duchess Mansion in Seattle
Design firm: Garret Cord Werner
PLACE Resorts in Seattle
Design firm: MG2
Axon — Taser International in Seattle
Design firm: Weaver Architects
Rainforest Arts Center in Forks
Design firm: NAC Architecture
Niche Outside in Seattle
Design firm: Tyler Engle Architects
University Medical Center
Design firm: NBBJ
Kodiak High School in Kodiak, Alaska
Design firm: DLR Group
INmass — Micro
Hoffman Construction in Seattle
Design firm: Gensler