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November 4, 2015
Nine projects won 2015 INawards from the International Interior Design Association's Northern Pacific chapter for excellence, innovation and collaboration.
Sixty-eight projects were entered by interior designers, architects and industrial designers from Alaska, British Columbia, Washington and Idaho.
Tom DiRenzo of CRI in San Francisco moderated the 12th annual awards event last week at Benaroya Hall.
Jurors were Kimberly Long Loken of Loken Associates in Minneapolis, Kelly Bauer of richard + bauer architecture in Phoenix and Julio Braga of Interior Architects in New York City.
The industry award went to Julia Gutt, an account executive for Mohawk. She was vice president of membership for the chapter and is working on its professional development efforts.
Jeffrey Miller of Interior Architects received the professional award. He has been chapter president, and has volunteered 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 and retail projects and amenity spaces; 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.
Luma condos in Seattle
Design firm: Weber Thompson
Contractor: Lease Crutcher Lewis
INmass — Micro
INmass — Macro