This year, Jonathan Adler has been chosen by CTC&G (Connecticut Cottages & Gardens) to be the recipient of the 2013 Innovator Award. Along with other top designs from the fields of architecture, interiors, kitchen, bath, product and landscape, Adler will be honored at the annual awards gala at the Stamford Hilton Garden Pavilion in Connecticut on May 21.
The annual Award is presented to an icon of the design industry—one individual who has achieved an overarching level of innovation and excellence and someone whose work and vision has touched various corners of the globe. Interior designer Alexa Hampton was the 2012 winner.
Susanna Salk interviews Stephen Elrod, Anthony Baratta, Tim Carpenter, Ashley Stark, Marianne Howatson, Christopher Peacock, Skye Kirby Westcott, Frances Palmer and Ben Alliker for EditorTV at the 2012 CTC&G Innovation in Design Awards.
The Innovation in Design Awards (IDAs), now in its seventh year, will recognize top designs across Connecticut. The entries will be will be judged by an exclusive panel comprised of key influencers in the design industry of their respective fields.
This year’s judges include Anthony Baratta, interior designer, Anthony Baratta LLC; Gary Brewer, architect, RAMSA; Philip Gorrivan of Philip Gorrivan Design; Chad Holman, managing director of Jim Thompson America; Matthew Patrick Smyth, interior designer, Patrick Smyth Interior Design; and Sara Story, interior designer, Sara Story Design.
The winners will be announced at the gala in May and the winning projects will be featured in the July/August 2013 issue of CTC&G.
CTC&G has extended its deadline for entries until Friday, April 5. For information on how to enter, visit the website.
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