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2011 Education Design Excellence Competition Award Winners

Winners of the 2011 Educator Design Excellence Competition

RESIDENTIAL DESIGN 

Co-Winner | Meet Knox by Diane Alexander, ASID

View Diane's project here.

'The space is full of whimsy and playfulness, while fostering an environment for productive learning and play.  The use of subtle color, organization, and the integration of multiple functions within the space are superbly executed.' – Brooke Traeger, ASID, ASID Washington Metro Chapter President

'Effective use of evidence-based design in a unique multi-purpose.  The designer paid extraordinary attention to detail to sensory stimulation and the physical and intellectual educational requirements for a special-needs child.'  –Lori Tugman, Allied ASID, ASID Sustainable Design Coordinator
 

 

 

 


Co-Winner | Mountain Villa by Tamie Glass, Allied ASID

View Tamie's project here.

'The renovation of this home provided an excellent opportunity to enhance the original architecture of the building.  The architectural modifications that were made, material selections, as well as the furniture that were selected all enhance the already beautiful architecture and setting.  Not only is this a beautiful home, but the choice to renovate such a stunning example of architecture, in lieu of rebuilding, was a wise and sustainable choice.' – Brooke Traeger, ASID, ASID Washington Metro Chapter President

'Thoughtful transformative design that captured, then elevated, the best of a 1980s Taniguchi house. Paying homage to the magnificent bones of the original structure, this sumptuous renovation integrates 21st century luxury with Bauhaus nostalgia.'  - Lori Tugman, Allied ASID, ASID Sustainable Design Coordinator

 

 

 


Honorable Mention | Donnelly Residence by Ronni Whitman, ASID

View Ronni's project here.

'The choices that were made in this renovation are fresh, luxurious, and timeless, creating a space that will enable the Owners to enjoy it for the rest of their lives. The integration of accessible requirements for future needs is seamless and well executed.' – Brooke Traeger, ASID, ASID Washington Metro Chapter President

'Beautiful use of materials combined with thoughtful Universal Design planning and features make this project an exemplary Aging in Place design.'  – Lori Tugman, Allied ASID, ASID Sustainable Design Coordinator

 

 

 

COMMERCIAL DESIGN


Winner | Born Again Zen by Diane Alexander, ASID and Rex Spencer, ASID

View Diane and Rex's project here.

'From the logo, to the sitting area, and patient rooms, the concept for this doctor’s office is extremely strong.  The use of color, locally sourced materials as well as the choices to engage the human senses creates a luxurious, calming, hospitality-like atmosphere.' – Brooke Traeger, ASID, ASID Washington Metro Chapter President

'The common thread of peacefulness and sustainability was brilliantly weaved throughout this gorgeous design. The skillful use of reclaimed stone, regionally-sourced furniture, and energy-efficient lighting, as well as engagement of local artisans, demonstrates that green design is beautiful design.'  – Lori Tugman, Allied ASID, ASID Sustainable Design Coordinator

 


Honorable Mention | Classic Herman Miller by Eric Wiedegreen, Allied ASID

View Eric's project here.

'This exhibit design pays homage to the era in which the Herman Miller pieces were first introduced.  The use of fashion models and retro TV sets adds a touch of humor and playfulness.  In an age fascinated with Mad Men, this exhibit hits the mark perfectly! '– Brooke Traeger, ASID, ASID Washington Metro Chapter President

'The freshness and simplicity of this exhibit bring the iconic Herman Miller brand to life, making it as relevant in 2011 as it was in the 1950s.'  - Lori Tugman, Allied ASID, ASID Sustainable Design Coordinator