|Charleston Mayor Joseph Riley|
|Front row: Joel Gooch, Gail Romero, Nancy Van Eaton Broussard and Gene Darnall Back row: Chris Miller, Bill Bacque, Larry Sikes and Clay Allen|
|Photo by Blane Faul|
|Pete Yuan of IberiaBank and Ted Beaullieu of Sugar Mill Pond and River Ranch Development|
|Photo by Robin May|
The 2009 INDesign Awards for excellence in architecture, interior design and historic preservation will also be presented during the luncheon. Winners are listed in a sidebar to this story and will be profiled in an April 29 cover story.
Winning projects will be profiled in an April 29 cover story in The Independent Weekly.
Gold: Donald Breaux.
Gold: Hector Lasala.
Silver: L7 Architects.
Bronze: Angelle Architects.
Golds: Donald Breaux; Architects Beazley-Moliere.
Silvers: The Sellers Group; Abell+Crozier; David Courville; Sidney Bourgeois; Chenevert Architects.
Bronze: Pécot & Company.
Honorable Mention: NMF Architecture.
Golds: Mark Owen Pritchard; emerymcclure architecture.
Silvers: John Maak; L7 Architects.
Golds: Marie Oliver Lukaszeski; Angelle Architects-Michelle Thibodeaux.
Silver: L7 Architects-Dionne Bourgeois Sonnier.
Gold: Larayne Ainsworth Guidroz.
Silver: Lissa Schmidt.
The 2009 Smart Growth Lecture and
INDesign Awards Luncheon
Charleston, S.C., Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Keynote Speaker
Thursday, April 30, 2009 – City Club at River Ranch – 11:45 a.m.
The Smart Growth Lecture is Presented by:
Van Eaton & Romero
Allen & Gooch
Darnall, Sikes, Gardes & Frederick
River Ranch Development Corp.
Sugar Mill Pond Development Corp.
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