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    Interior Design's 2013 Best of Year Awards


    Interior Design gathered over 900 members of the design and architecture community in New York last night to celebrate the 2013 Best of Year awards (#boy2013) honoring the industry's outstanding projects and products. Interior Design editor in chief Cindy Allen and president Mark Strauss hosted guests at Frank Gehry's IAC Building in Chelsea and revealed winners across 90 categories including several surprise ties and new market segments. See all project winners here and product winners here.


    The previous night, the magazine and 1,300 attendees celebrated the 29th annual Hall of Fame awards with a black-tie gala at the Waldorf Astoria honoring this year's Interior Design inductees: Paul Masi and Harry Bates of Bates + Masi Architects, Colin Burry of Gensler, Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu of Neri&Hu, and Kenneth Wampler of The Alpha Workshops. See highlights and some of the evening's key moments here.


    >A look back at Best of Year 2012

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