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PaperCity October 2023 Houston

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he annual Houston PaperCity Design Awards kicked off spring's Texas Design Week Houston in the Post Oak Hotel's grand ballroom, recognizing winning projects by interior designers and architects in 18 categories, selected out of hundreds of submissions. Presenting the 2023 Houston PaperCity Design Awards was master of ceremonies Newell Turner, who spent his magazine career chronicling American style. He served as Hearst Design Group editorial director of Elle Decor, Veranda, and House Beautiful; was editor-in-chief of House Beautiful; held senior positions at House & Garden and Metropolitan Home; and was the founding editor of Hamptons Cottages & Gardens. Turner is a trustee of the New York School of Interior Design and an author. This year's panel of judges included Thomas Kligerman, Kligerman Architecture & Design, NYC; Eric J. Smith, Eric J. Smith Architect, NYC; Suzanne Tucker, Tucker & Marks, San Francisco; Anthony Baratta, Southampton, NYC; Beth Webb, Beth Webb Interiors, Atlanta; Janie Molster, Janie Molster Designs, Richmond, Virginia; and Alexandra Kaehler, Alexandra Kaehler Design, Winnetka, Chicago. Following the awards, Texas Design Week Houston ramped up with four days of design-related salon talks, book signings, cocktail parties, and product launches with some of the most recognized names in the design industry. WINNING PROJECTS THE 2023 HOUSTON PAPERCITY DESIGN AWARDS Above Credits: 1. James Evans 2. Benjamin Johnston 3. Kara Childress 4. Benjamin Johnston 5. Kelie Mayfield, MaRS Culture 6. Christopher Robertson 1. 4. 5. 6. 2. 3. 76

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