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October 2017- Houston

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104 HOSPITALITY DESIGN HISTORICAL, RESTORATION/ PRESERVATION: COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL PUBLIC SPACE FIRST PLACE: Jon Deal, The Deal Company, and Lettie Harrell for The Silos on Sawyer. JUDGE'S REMARK: "An impressive adaptation of these buildings to a new artistic use. The design effectively preserves the atmosphere and character of the originals." — Peter Pennoyer HONORABLE MENTION: Page, lead designers Kari Brown, Arturo Chavez, Matthew S. Cohen, Alberto Govela, Ptah Harding, Jeffrey Mechlem Jr., Robert H. Owens, Mete Sonmez for Esperson building interior renovations. FIRST PLACE: Gensler for River Oaks District. Principals in charge Hal Sharp and Marty Borko. Principal/Project Manager Brooks Howell. Project Manager Jeff Walker. Principal/design director Duncan Patterson. Architects Lisa Pauli, John Cho, Shailesh Virlley, Michael Knight. JUDGE'S REMARK: "The planning and the details all make this district a real urban place. The scale of the streets and the canopies create a pleasing streetscape. A typical mall this is not!" — Peter Pennoyer HONORABLE MENTION (tie): Marie Flanigan, Marie Flanigan Interiors for Mercedes-Benz of Sugar Land showroom. Rame and Russell Hruska, Intexure Architects, for Quantlab Financial stair. FIRST PLACE: Gensler for Watermark Baton Rouge, an Autograph Collection Hotel. Principal in charge Greg LaCour. Principal Nancy Nodler. Designer Doug Detiveaux. Architect Benjamin Nanson. JUDGE'S REMARK: "A splendid and respectful restoration and transformation of this historic building." — Peter Pennoyer HONORABLE MENTION (tie): Elizabeth Ingram, Elizabeth Ingram Studio for State of Grace Restaurant. Kelie Mayfield and Erick Ragni, MaRS with Paige and Smoot Hull for The Vintage Round Top BOHO cottage. ANDREW BORDWIN SCOTT FRANCES HOUSTON PAPERCITY DESIGN AWARDS (continued on 106)

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