Abbyson Showroom Among 10 ANDYZ Design Award Winners
Awards were presented at the Summer Las Vegas Market, which runs through Aug. 3.
ANDYZ winners are selected by a panel of interior design professionals based upon five main criteria: presentation; innovation/creative use of space; scale and functionality; aesthetics, and overall execution.
The 2017 ANDYZ awards featured several new elements, including the addition of a new 10th award category recognizing superlative Las Vegas Market showroom design. That award went to upholstery, occasional furniture and accessories resource Abbyson, whose showroom is on the first floor of Building B.
Other winners are:
- Student Design: Monica Casillas, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- Custom Furnishings/Product Design: Michele Youell, Natural Domain Interiors
- Residential Kitchen Design: Daniella Villamil Interiors
- Individual Residential Space: Kerrie Kelly Design Lab
- Multiple Residential Space: Miche Monteiro, Benning Design Construction
- Individual Commercial Space: Benning Design Construction
- Multiple Commercial Space: Jane Cunningham, Room Resolutions
- Individual Hospitality Space: Benning Design Construction
- Multiple Hospitality Space: Boyd Gaming, Dezmotif, Avenue Interior Design, Tandem.
“Las Vegas Design Center and Las Vegas Market play a vital—and growing—role in helping the Western interior design community shop and source unique, innovative and fashion-forward merchandise to suit the wide-ranging needs of a diverse customer base,” said Lee Hershberg, vice president of home décor leasing and Las Vegas Design Center.
“As a result, Las Vegas Design Center has seen a rapid and sustained increase in the number of interior designers shopping our showrooms continually throughout the year, as well as attending during Market, strengthening our position as the leading furniture, home decor and gift destination in the western United States. We are pleased to once again work with ASID to recognize and celebrate the most outstanding residential, commercial and hospitality interiors with the ANDYZ awards.”
The ANDYZ Awards, named to bear the resemblance of “Annual Nevada Design,” were created in 2015 to recognize exceptional design from designers and design firms. 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 respected panel of professional, eastern-based ASID designers.
Renee Gangness, president of the Central California/Nevada Chapter of ASID, added, “Our goal at the CCA/NV ASID Chapter is to promote the value of interior design while bringing awareness to our communities. The ANDYZ awards reaches both the designer and the community by highlighting the stellar work surrounding us by our colleagues who have positively impacted our surroundings.”