Last month, Moffly Media presented its annual athome magazine A-List Awards at the Stamford Palace Theater honoring Connecticut design talent and projects, emceed by interior designer Eric Cohler.
Amy Vischio and Eric Cohler
Top design projects in 16 categories were chosen by a panel of interior designer judges including Alexa Hampton, Nathan Turner, Ed Siegel, Gary Brewer, Celerie Kemble, Richard Hartlage, Keith Williams, Mario Nievera, Windsor Smith and Gil Schafer.
Melissa Kahn, Mark Alex Maidique, Dawn Jackson, Michelle Kopfmann, Chuck Wheelock and Jessica Ryan
Each of the designers was in attendance to present the winners with his or her A-List Awards, which are listed below.
Living Spaces: Jennifer Smokler Interiors
Bath Design: Charles Hilton Architects
Kids Playspace & Kids Bedroom: Karen Bow Interiors
Bedroom: Elena Phillips Interiors
Dining room: Pimlico Interiors
Modern Architecture: Prutting & Company
Landscape (less than 1 acre) and Landscape (greater than 1 acre): Doyle Herman Design Associates
Renovation: Mark Finlay Architects
Kitchen Design: Richard Swann Architects
Traditional Architecture (Less than 7,000 sf): Brooks & Falotico Associates
Traditional Architecture (Greater than 7,000 sf): James Schettino Architects
Entryways: Morgan Harrison Home
Office/Library: Austin Patterson Disston Architects
Pool House: Mockler Taylor Architects
The winning projects will be featured in the November 2014 issue of athome magazine.
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