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PaperCity Design Awards @ The Houston Design Center Winners

The third year of the PaperCity Design Awards at The Houston Design Center elicited a record number of 181 entries across 17 categories. We downloaded more than 1,400 beautiful photographs of projects into digital libraries for our esteemed judges Rachel Ashwell, Jan Showers and Barbara Westbrook to review (they had some very tough choices to make). Watch for the winning entries to be published in the October issue of PaperCity. Herewith, the winners and first runners up in the 2015 PaperCity Design Awards at The Houston Design Center, each of whom were presented with an engraved Christofle award at the ceremony.

Residential Interior Design or Architectural Design Under 3,500 Square Feet
WINNER: Ginger Barber Design.
Lead designer Ginger Barber.
Runner-Up: Ashley Goforth Design. Designer Ashley Goforth.

Residential Interior Design or Architectural Design Over 3,500 Square Feet
WINNER: Ginger Barber Design.
Lead designer Ginger Barber.
Runner-Up: Strasser Design. Designer Scott Strasser, developer Carol Isaak Barden.

Residential Interior Design or Architectural Design — Bedroom
WINNER: Dodson Interiors.
Lead designer Julie Dodson.
Runners-Up (three-way tie): Avondale Design Studio, designer Ben Johnston. Gindesigns, designer Gin Braverman. Creative Tonic, lead designer Courtnay Tartt Elias, with Barbara Tartt and assistant designer Lila Chumbley.

Residential Interior Design or Architectural Design — Kitchen
WINNER: Dillon Kyle Architecture.
Lead architect Dillon Kyle.
Runners-Up (two-way tie):Osborne Cabinets and Millwork, designer Josie Haley. Creative Tonic, designer Courtnay Tartt Elias,
with Barbara Tartt.

Residential Interior Design or Architectural Design — Bath
WINNER: Marie Flanigan Interiors.
Lead designer Marie Flanigan.
Architect Hollenbeck Architects.
Runner-Up: Munger Interiors. Designers Amy Munger and Elizabeth Stiver.

Residential Interior Design or Architectural Design — Dining or Entertaining Space
WINNER: Lucas/Eilers Design Associates.
Lead designer Sandy Lucas, project designer Melanie Anderson.
Runner-Up: Munger Interiors. Designers Amy Munger and Elizabeth Stiver.

Residential Interior Design or Architectural Design, Children’s Room
WINNER: Caroline Morgan Interiors.
Lead designers Caroline Frantz and Morgan Jones.
Runners-Up (three-way tie): Maison Maison, designer Suzanne Duin. Marie Flanigan Interiors, designer Marie Flanigan.
Meg Lonergan Interiors, designer Meg Lonergan.

Residential Interior Design or Architectural Design, Use of Small Space
WINNER: Shane Cook Designs.
Lead designer Shane Cook.
Runner-Up: Dillon Kyle Architecture.
Lead architect Dillon Kyle.

Commercial Interior Design, Hospitality: Hotel, Restaurant or Club
WINNER: Found.
Lead designer Aaron Rambo,for Local Foods, River Oaks.
Runner-Up: Gindesigns. Designer Gin Braverman, for Beckrew Wine House.

Commercial Interior Design or Architectural Design, Retail, Art Gallery, Boutique, Spa/Salon
WINNER: Intexure Architects.
Lead architects Russell Hruska and Rame Hruska, for Elizabeth Anthony boutique.
Runner-Up: Habitat Roche. Lead designer Laura Roach, with LH2 Architecture, for Façade.

Commercial Interior Design or Architectural Design, Office or Public Space
WINNER: MaRS, Mayfield and Ragni Studio. Lead designers Kelie Mayfield, and Erick Ragni, with Becky Harrison, for the offices of Dancie Perugini Ware Public Relations.
Runner-Up: David L Merryman Interior Design. Designers David Merryman and Karen Kramer, for an amenity space in The Woodlands.

Residential Sustainable Design by an Interior or Architectural Designer
WINNER: Intexure Architects.
Lead architects Russell Hruska and Rame Hruska.

Commercial Sustainable Design by an Interior or Architectural Designer
WINNER: Studio RED Architects.
Lead architect Pete Ed Garrett, for MetroNational’s The Treehouse Memorial City.
Runner-Up: Design House. Lead designer Connie LeFevre, for the conversion of Community Outreach Arts Academy.

Historical, Restoration/Preservation
WINNER: Kinneymorrow Architecture.
Lead architects Michael Morrow and Taryn Kinney.
Runner-Up: JD Bartell Designs. Designer JD Bartell.

Outdoor Living Space, Garden or Pool
WINNER: Powers Brown Architecture.
Designer Matt Stephens, principal of design Jeffrey Brown, senior designer John Cadenhead, project manager Jeanette Shaw, for Sugar Land Veteran’s Memorial.
Runners-Up (a tie): Found, lead designer Aaron Rambo, for the patio at Local Foods, River Oaks. The Hanover Company, lead architect Wallace Garcia Wilson Architects, landscape architects GWH Landscape Architects, for the pool area at Hanover Post Oak.

Best in Furniture Design
WINNER: MaRS, Mayfield and Ragni Studio.
Lead designers Kelie Mayfield, Erick Ragni and Paul Fleming, for the Cadbury Series.
Runner-Up: Maison Maison. Lead designer Suzanne Duin, for a custom banquette.

Best in Product Design
WINNER: Tribute Goods Fine Linens. Creative director Karen Pulaski.
Runner-Up: MaRS, Mayfield and Ragni Studio. Lead designers Kelie Mayfield and Erick Ragni, for the DD Series of custom carpets originally designed for the W Dallas Victory Hotel.

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