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Design Awards and Texas Design Week

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DESIGN AWARDS AND TEXAS DESIGN WEEK

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The entry site is open for the 2019 PaperCity Design Awards which recognize outstanding interior design, interior architecture, retail, restaurant and gallery design, landscape design, historical preservation, and furniture, product and textile design, along with other categories. The PaperCity Design Awards, open to all Houston-area interior designers regardless of professional affiliation, are encouraged to enter projects across 20 categories. The awards ceremony to announce the winning entries is Monday, March 25, 2019. Winning entries will be published in the October 2019 PaperCity Decoration + Art issue, circulation 60,000. Confirmed judges are designers Bunny Williams, and Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson of Drake Anderson, with additional judges to be named. Master of Ceremonies of the awards is Hutton Wilkinson of Tony Duquette.

The PaperCity Design Awards kicks off Texas Design Week Houston, Monday through Friday, March 25 through March 29, a week-long celebration of design with panel discussions, salon talks, book signings, and cocktails with some of the most recognized names in the design business. Confirmed appearances include Bunny Williams, in conjunction with Flower magazine and The Houston Design Center, who will speak and sign her new book Love Affairs with Houses; as well as Martina Sartogo, founder of Cabana magazine, who will speak and sign her book Cabana Anthology followed by cocktails at Moxie; Hutton Wilkinson, who will speak and sign his book, Tony Duquette’s Dawnridge; and Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson of Drake Anderson who will also speak. Additional appearances to be announced.

Explore the 2019 Houston PaperCity Design Awards categories and submit your entries at designawards.papercitymag.com. Entry period closes Monday, March 4, 2019. For questions, email farrell@papercitymag.com.

For Texas Design Week Houston schedule, go to texasdesignweek.com; inquires, tapevents@texasdesignweek.com.

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