3. NEW YORK
National Winner, Contemporary Interior Design
4. SAN FRANCISCO
AIDLIN DARLING DESIGN National Winner, Contemporary Architecture
Cantilevered over a sloping site, a modern house built from boardform concrete walls, integrated plaster and walnut floors gracefully responds to its wooded site, an ecological preserve in Carmel Valley, California.
For this dazzling blue study in an 1871 landmarked building in lower Manhattan, a ribbed-glass-and-steel wall delineates a private space while also preserving the loftâ€™s open character. The grand 20-foot kitchen was designed with entertaining in mind.