LAS VEGAS – The Las Vegas Design Center and the California Central/Nevada Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers has announced the year’s best projects from the Western-based interior design community with nine winners. Winners for the 2022 awards were announced yesterday at the in-person award ceremony at Las Vegas Market in the World Market Center Las Vegas.
For the 2022 awards, eight design firms and one student were selected across 11 ANDYZ award categories, with two project winners selected for their collaboration project for Best Hospitality Space Design. New this year, the Best Individual Residential Design and Best Multiple Residential Design categories were split into two sub-categories – over and under 3,000 square feet.
The 2022 ANDYZ winners are:
- Best Residential Bathroom Design: Dani Boyd, Dani Boyd Design, Los Angeles
- Best Commercial Space Design: Wendy Glaister, Wendy Glaister Interiors, Modesto, Calif.
- Best Custom Product Design: Eryka Glover, ErykaG Design, Las Vegas
- Best Hospitality Space Design: Jamie Stringham, Interior Dynamics, Las Vegas, and Laura Fullow, Laura Fullow Designs, Las Vegas
- Best Individual Residential Space over 3,000 sq. ft.: Daniel J. Chenin, Daniel Joseph Chenin Ltd., Las Vegas
- Best Individual Residential Space under 3,000 sq. ft.: Eric Benning, Benning Design Construction, Sacramento, Calif.
- Best Residential Kitchen Design: Lori Brazier, House of Brazier, Sacramento, Calif.
- Best Multiple Residential Space over 3,000 sq. ft.: Daniel J. Chenin, Daniel Joseph Chenin Ltd., Las Vegas
- Best Multiple Residential Space under 3,000 sq. ft.: Eric Benning, Benning Design Construction, Sacramento, Calif.
- Best Outdoor Space Design: Daniel J. Chenin, Daniel Joseph Chenin Ltd., Las Vegas
- Best Student Design: Jinjin Huang, Fresno State University, Fresno, Calif.
Sponsors for the 2022 ANDYZ awards are: Cosentino, ESG Gallery, European Bath|Kitchen|Tile & Stone, Global Views,Furniture Lighting & Décor, Justo Delivery Service, No Slip NV, Nourison and Sherwin-Williams.
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