Wednesday, 02 January 2013 11:40
by IND Monthly/ABiz Staffs
2013 INDesign Awards call for entries
The deadline to enter projects for the 2013 INDesign Awards is Tuesday, Feb. 26.
2012 INDesign residential interior design Gold winner: Collier residence, designed by Annette Christian
The INDesign Awards are presented each spring at the annual Smart Growth Lecture; this year’s lecture will be held in April. These awards honor exemplary design in commercial and residential categories for architecture and interior design, historic preservation/restoration.
To be eligible for awards, projects must have been completed in the calendar year 2012 in the parishes of Lafayette, St. Martin, St. Landry, Acadia or Vermilion. All commercial projects in the architectural category must be submitted by an architect licensed in the state of Louisiana. A license is not required for residential projects.
Buchanan Lofts, 2012 INDesign Gold award winner for historic preservation/restoration.Architectural Firm: Poche Prouet and Associates Designer: Jim Sullivan, Louisiana Architect Bureau
In the interior design competition, commercial projects require a Louisiana State Board of Interior Designer license number. There is no such requirement for residential interiors.
This year, winning residential projects will be profiled in IND Monthly on April 1 and commercial projects in ABiz on March 15.
Guest speakers for the awards luncheon are selected from among a cadre of national experts leading the movement toward building more livable communities in the U.S., often mayors, city planners or CEOs of professional organizations promoting solid principles of community development. IND Monthly/ABiz's goal is to bring cutting-edge thinkers to Lafayette to help channel the many assets of our community toward the goal of responsible growth.
In 2013 The INDesign Awards and Smart Growth Lecture will be part of INNOV8, a week-long series of events coordinated by The Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce to foster innovation and connectivity among innovators in our community. Details will be released soon.
To download entry forms for the architectural competition, click here. For the interior design competition, click here.
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