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Wednesday, October 19, 2011 / 10:28 AM

AT HOME Announces the Winners of the 2011 Architect & Designer Awards Contest

ST. LOUIS, MO – OCTOBER 19, 2011 – St. Louis AT HOME is pleased to announce the winners of the fourth annual AT HOME Architect and Designer Awards. At a reception Tuesday night, October 18, AT HOME editor-in-chief Christy Marshall presented awards in 22 categories to the 32 local companies who placed in the contest. The winning work is featured in the November/December issue of St. Louis AT HOME.   

“I am consistently amazed and awed by the depth of talent of St. Louis' own designers and architects,” says Christy Marshall, editor-in-chief of St. Louis AT HOME. “This year, we had more than 180 entries—up considerably from any prior year. The judges, all nationally recognized in the field, were impressed. So am I. Well-deserved congratulations go to each of the finalists for winning against such stiff competition.”

AT HOME’s fourth annual Architect and Designer Awards reception was held at Immerse, a brand new studio for kitchen and bath fixtures, on October 18. The first, second, and third place winners of each category are named in the November/December issue of AT HOME, which was unveiled at the awards reception. The issue hits subscribers on October 21and newsstands on October 28 and includes a 13-page feature on the contest including project descriptions and photographs of all the first place award-winning work. The project photographs and descriptions of the second and third place winners can be viewed at www.stlmag.com/athome.

The judges panel of the 2011 AT HOME Architect and Designer Awards competition consisted of the following national design and architecture enthusiasts: Barbara Barry, world-renowned designer of interiors and furniture; Sam Grawe, former editor-in-chief of Dwell magazine; Matthew Edwin Hufft, architect and founder of Hufft Projects in Kansas City, Mo.; Jeff Lewis, Designer and Star of Bravo’s Flipping Out; and Susan Szenasy, editor-in-chief of Metropolis magazine. The competition is open to all local design, architect, and landscape firms.

The 2011 winners include:

Historic Residential Renovation/Restoration Project

            First Place: Chouteau Building Group with Taylor Haywood, now with Jamieson Design

            Second Place: Norbert Markway Construction Company

            Third Place: Agape Construction

Small Remodel—Less Than 1,000 Square Feet

            First Place: Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design

            Second Place: Gegg Design & Cabinetry

            Third Place: Kim Taylor Interior Design

Large Remodel—Greater Than 1,000 Square Feet

First Place: Chouteau Building Group with Taylor Haywood, now with Jamieson Design

            Second-Place TIE: Helix Architecture with Arcterior Design; Renee Walsh

            Third Place: Directions in Design

Addition Project

First Place: Tao + Lee with Tom Carron Construction

            Second Place: Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design

            Third Place: Fendler & Associates

Residential Architecture—Less Than 4,000 Square Feet

First Place: Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design

            Second Place: Laura Neri Baebler Architects & Interior Design

            Third Place: Agape Construction

Residential Architecture—Greater Than 4,000 Square Feet

First Place: Laurent J. Torno, Jr. & Associates with Castle Design

            Second Place: Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design with Diane Breckenridge Interiors

            Third Place: Jeff Day & Associates

Residential Swimming Pool/Water Feature

First-Place TIE: Green Guys; Poynter Landscape Architecture & Construction

            Second Place: Action Landscaping

            Third Place: Green Guys

Outdoor Living Space

First Place: Fendler & Associates with PK Construction and Moynihan & Associates

Second-Place TIE: Moynihan & Associates with Gunn & Smith Architects; Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design

            Third Place: Laura Neri Baebler Architecture & Interior Design

Bath—Less Than 150 Square Feet

First Place: Fendler & Associates with Kohnen Craftsmanship

            Second Place: Edwin Pepper Interiors

            Third Place: Lorrien Homes

Bath—Greater Than 150 Square Feet

First Place: brooksBerry Kitchens & Baths

            Second Place: Hip & Gable Interiors

            Third Place: Gegg Design & Cabinetry

Kitchen—Less Than 300 Square Feet

First-Place TIE: CURE Design Group; Helix Architecture with Arcterior

            Second Place: Glen Alspaugh Custom Kitchens and Baths

            Third Place: Gegg Design & Cabinetry

Kitchen—Greater Than 300 Square Feet

First Place: Chouteau Building Group with Taylor Haywood, now of Jamieson Design

            Second Place: Tao + Lee

            Third-Place TIE: Gegg Design & Cabinetry; Glen Alspaugh Custom Kitchens and Baths

Dining Room

First Place: Jamieson Design

            Second Place: Tom Manche Interiors

            Third Place: Dana’s Design Studio

Powder Room

First Place: Jamieson Design

            Second Place: Niche Interior Design + Home Furnishings/Lawrence Group

            Third Place: Directions in Design

Living Room

First Place: Julie Abner Interiors

            Second-Place TIE: Jamieson Design, Tom Manche Interiors

            Third Place: Niche Interior Design + Home Furnishings/Lawrence Group

Master Suite

First Place: CURE Design Group

            Second Place: Castle Design

            Third Place: Directions in Design

Children’s Room

First Place: Directions in Design

            Second Place: ADJ Interiors

            Third Place: Denise Fogarty Interiors

Closet

First Place: Saint Louis Closet Company

            Second Place: Saint Louis Closet Company

            Third Place: Saint Louis Closet Company

Lower Level

First Place: Helix Architecture with Arcterior Design

            Second Place: Directions in Design

            Third Place: Lorrien Homes

Traditional Interior Design

First-Place TIE:  Denise Fogarty Interiors; Jamieson Design; Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design with Diane Breckenridge Interiors

            Second Place: Jamieson Design

            Third-Place TIE: Chouteau Building Group; Edwin Pepper Interiors

Contemporary Interior Design

First Place: Jamieson Design

            Second Place: Tao + Lee

            Third Place: CURE Design Group

House of the Year

First Place: Chouteau Building Group with Taylor Haywood, now of Jamieson Design

            Second Place: CURE Design Group

            Third Place: Mitchell Wall Architecture & Design with Diane Breckenridge Interiors

St. Louis AT HOME is the unequivocal must-read for people who love their home. Bi-monthly, the award-winning AT HOME features stunning photography, bright and lively writing, practical advice, exclusive access to beautiful homes, and a compendium of everything home, garden, design, entertaining, and food. 2011 marks AT HOME’s seventh year of publication. 

For more information, please contact Meghan Riley Fritsche at 314.918.3026 or mriley@stlmag.com.

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