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LV Market Honors Nine Design Projects at 2nd Annual Andyz Design Award
Las Vegas Design Center (LVDC) announced yesterday that nine pioneering interior design projects were selected as winners of the second annual ANDYZ design awards.
The program, created in partnership with the California Central/Nevada Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) was created to recognize and celebrate the year’s best interior design.
Projects by interior designers, architects and design students based in the region were honored last night at the Summer 2016 Las Vegas Market.
“Las Vegas Design Center and Las Vegas Market are delighted once again to partner with the local interior design community in spotlighting the ‘best of the best’ in trend-setting new design projects for residential, commercial and hospitality interiors,” said Karen Olson, Senior Vice President of Marketing, International Market Centers.
“We are pleased with the high levels of interest and enthusiasm in the two-year-old ANDYZ awards program and welcome the opportunity to strengthen our ties with regional interior designers and to reinforce the positioning of Las Vegas Design Center and Las Vegas Market as the leading furniture, home decor and gift destination in the western United States” Olson continued.
The ANDYZ awards, which stands for “Annual Nevada Design,” were created to recognize exceptional design from designers and design firms based in the Western United States..
The 2016 ANDYZ winners are:
Kerrie Kelly, Kerrie Kelly Design Lab, Sacramento, CA, for “Custom Product Design”
Laura Neuman, PepperJack, Loomis, CA, for “Interiors Individual Residential Design”
Cary Vogel, Interiors by Cary Vogel, Las Vegas, for “Multiple Residential Spaces”
Kathleen Jennison, KTJ Design Co., Stockton, CA, for “Residential Kitchen Design”
Jane Cunningham, Room Resolutions, Las Vegas, for “Individual Commercial Design”
Jane Cunningham, Room Resolutions, Las Vegas, for “Multiple Commercial Spaces”
Sean Tanner, Boyd Gaming, Las Vegas, for “Individual Hospitality Design”
Sean Tanner, Boyd Gaming, Las Vegas, for “Multiple Hospitality Spaces”
Jennifer Pranskevich, San Diego Mesa College for “Student Design”
The ANDYZ Awards were open to all design firms, independent designers, and students located in states west of the Mississippi. Interior design projects in residential, commercial and hospitality categories were judged by a panel of professional ASID designers, and judging focused on five main criteria: presentation; innovation/creative use of space; scale and functionality; aesthetics, and overall execution.
Las Vegas Design Center—located in Building A at Las Vegas Market—serves as a year-round resource for the regional interior design community, and a trend-setting Market resource for buyers in the furniture and home décor categories, showcasing 30 design-driven showrooms and hundreds of leading manufacturers’ lines in fine furniture, decorative accessories, wall décor, lighting, floor coverings, fabrics and trim.