In celebration of the Pacific Northwest's emerging culture, the region's authority on design, GRAY Media, has established the first awards program to honor design exclusively from Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. The winners of the inaugural awards were announced Wednesday night at a party held in their honor in Seattle. Selected by a panel of international design stars such as Philippe Starck, Karim Rashid, and Deborah Berke, they represent the “Best Of” ten categories including interiors, architecture, fashion, and design plus a Design for Good category. Take a look at the winners below.
↑ "Architecture—Commercial": Washington Fruit & Produce Company Headquarters, designed by Graham Baba Architects, Seattle, WA.
↑ "Architecture—Residential": Bear Run Cabin, designed by David Coleman Architecture, Seattle, WA.
↑ "Fashion Design—Apparel, Accessories": Legion, SCHAI, Bellevue, WA.
↑ "Interior Design—Commercial": Bauhaus Restaurant, by Andrea Greenway Interior Design, Vancouver, BC.
↑ "Interior Design—Residential": Cliffwood, by Finley Grace Design, Portland, OR.
↑ "Landscape Design—Civic, Residential": National Museum of African American History and Culture, by Gustafson Guthrie Nichol, Seattle, WA.
↑ "Product Design—Lighting, Furniture": Whorl Console, by Neal Aronowitz Design, Portland, OR.
↑ "Product Design—Other": PlusMinus, by Erdem Selek, Eugene, OR.
↑ "Student Design": Cube^3, Western Washington University—Industrial Design, Bellingham, WA.
↑ "Wild Card": Ice Cube, designed by Olson Kundig, Seattle, WA.
↑ "Design for Good": Treeline Village, design by SRG Partnership, Inc., Seattle, WA; Portland, OR.
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