Winners of the 2011 California Home + Design Awards

Winners of the 2011 California Home + Design Awards

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Marcia Prentice
Feb 7, 2011

This past week California Home + Design announced its 2011 awards for the best designs in 10 categories. I like to refer to it as an alternate version of the Golden Globes, but for interior designers and architects. I was rooting for one of my favorite Los Angeles designers, Jeff Andrews, to win for his Dexter design for the Showtime House. He won for best showcase house design and Dexter's Refuge is featured on the current cover of California Home + Design! Congrats to all the 2011 winners.

Top Row:

  • Residential Interior Design (less than 3,000 square feet)
    Chloe Redmond Warner
    Redmond Aldrich Design
    Private Residence, Russian Hill

  • Sustainable Architecture
    John Lum
    John Lum Architecture Inc.
    Lim Kimberg Residence

  • Commercial Design
    Mark Cavagnero
    Mark Cavagnero Associates
    Durant Hall, University of California, Berkeley

  • Residential Interior Design (more than 3,000 square feet)
    Marion Philpotts-Miller
    Philpotts Interiors
    Island Retreat, Lanai

  • New Product Design
    Ted Boerner
    "Shift" for Rocky Mountain Hardware

Bottom Row:

  • Landscape Design
    Suzanne Biaggi
    S. Biaggi/Sculptural Landscapes
    Future Feast in the Garden of Flow/Accumulation

  • Showcase House Design
    Jeff Andrews
    Jeff Andrews Design
    Dexter's Refuge

  • Kitchen + Bath Design
    Tineke Triggs
    Artistic Designs for Living
    Bush Street Kitchen, San Francisco

  • Residential Architecture (more than 3,000 square feet)
    John Maniscalco
    John Maniscalco Architecture
    Sugar Bowl Residence

  • Residential Architecture (less than 3,000 square feet)
    Margaret Griffin and John Enright
    Griffin Enright Architects
    Hollywood Hills Residence

MORE INFO: For information on the winning projects and to view many more photos, see California Home + Design's website.

Images: Benny Chan, Matthew Millman, Marion Brenner, Rocky Mountain Hardware, Eric Rorer, Andrew French, David Wakely, and Sharon Riesdorph - Courtesy of California Home + Design

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