Interior Design Magazine and ICFF Name Winners of the Inaugural NYCxDESIGN Awards

Category: Accessories. Winner: Sony Life Space UX by Sony Corporation. 

Category: Bath. Winner: Closer by Diego Grandi for Zucchetti Rubinetteria.

Category: Building Products. Winner: CEDIT by Florim. 

Category: Fabric/Wallcoverings. Winner: ShweShwe by Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design for Flavor Paper.

Category: Flooring (Commercial). Winner: Shore by Louie Rigano and Gil Muller for Shore Innovative Rugs.

Category: Flooring (Residential). Winner: Brazil by Arik Levy for Now Carpets.

Category: Furniture (Storage). Winner: Ren by Neri & Hu for Poltrona Frau.

Category: Furniture (Tables). Winner: Confluence by Xavier Lust for Pianca through DDC.

Category: Hardware. Winner: Matureware by Yamazaki Yoshiki for Futagami.

Category: Kitchen. Winner: Axor Citterio Select Kitchen Faucet by Antonio Citterio for Hansgrohe.

Category: Lighting (Floor). Winner: Theia by Mathias Hahn for Marset.

Category: Lighting (Table). Winner: RSUTWP Table Lamp by Harry Allen and Esque Studio.

Category: Lighting (Chandelier/Pendant). Winner: U-Light by Timo Ripatti for Axo Light.

Category: Lighting (Sconce). Winner: YOYWall by Naoki Ono and Yuki Yamamoto for Innermost.

Category: Office. Winner: Oxford by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen.

Category: Outdoor. Winner: Blau by Fran Silvestre for Gandia Blasco.

Category: Seating (Bench). Winner: Meta by Richard Shemtov for Dune.

Category: Seating (Side Chair). Winner: Glow by Kim Markel.

Category: Seating (Sofa). Winner: Mellow by Oceane Delain for Bernhardt Design. 

Category: Seating (Upholstered). Winner: Gender by Patricia Urquiola for Cassina. 

Category: Emerging Talent. Winner: Studio: twenty-something by Alex Akopova, Leo Su, Hyein Jwa, Trevor Cheney, and Taylor Cheng for Bernhardt Design and ArtCenter College of Design. 

Category: Best of Show (BKLYN Designs, Collective, WantedDesign). Winner: Drift by Fernando Mastrangelo Studio.

Category: Best of Show (ICFF). Winner: Mellow by Oceane Delain for Bernhardt Design.

Category: Budget. Winner: Target Corporation Studio by Rottet Studio, in Chelsea, Manhattan. Photography by Eric Laignel.

Category: Education. Winner: NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development by LTL Architects, in Greenwich Village, Manhattan. Photography by Michael Moran/OTTO.

Category: Entertainment. Winner: She Loves Me by Rockwell Group. Photography by Paul Warchol.

Category: Green. Winner: 1 Hotel Central Park by AvroKO, in Midtown, Manhattan. Photography by Eric Laignel.

Category: Health/Wellness. Winner: Diane L. Max Health Center, Planned Parenthood of New York City, by Stephen Yablon Architecture, in Long Island City, Queens. Photography by Michael Moran.

Category: Hotel. Winner: Park Hyatt New York by Yabu Pushelberg, in Midtown, Manhattan. Photography by Evan Dion.

Category: Installation. Winner: Lowline Lab by Raad Studio, in Lower East Side, Manhattan. Photography by Jaeyual Lee.

Category: Kitchen/Bath. Winner: Photographer’s Loft by Desai/Chia Architecture, in Flatiron District, Manhattan. Photography by Paul Warchol.

Category: Cabinetry. Winner: Boerum Hill House by Workstead in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. Photography by Matthew Williams Photography.

Category: Lobby. Winner: Capital One Pavilion by Gensler, in Midtown, Manhattan. Photography by Garrett Rowland/Gensler.

Category: Non Profit. Winner: Year Up by Environetics, in Financial District, Manhattan. Photography by Eric Laignel.

Category: On the Boards. Winner: Dock 72 by S9 Architecture and Engineering, in Navy Yard, Brooklyn. Photography courtesy of S9 Architecture and Engineering.

Category: Outdoor. Winner: Brooklyn Bridge Park by Michael Van Valkenburg Associates, in Brooklyn. Photography by Etienne Frossard/Julienne Schaer/Stephen Cassell.

Category: Public Space. Winner: Rockaway Boardwalks Reconstruction by WXY Architecture + Urban Design, in Rockaway Beach, Queens. Photography by Albert Vecerka/ESTO/WXY Architecture + Urban Design.

Category: Residential (Amenity Spaces). Winner: Abington House by Clodagh, in Midtown, Manhattan. Photography by Eric Laignel.

Category: Residential (Large Single Family). Winner: 7 Harrison Penthouse by Steven Harris Architects, in TriBeCa, Manhattan. Photography by Scott Frances.

Category: Residential (Small Single Family). Winner: Majestic Apartment by Messana O’Rorke, in Upper West Side, Manhattan. Photography by Taggart Sorensen.

Category: Residential (Multiunit). Winner: Sugar Hill Housing by Adjaye Associates, in Harlem, Manhattan. Photography by 

Category: Formal Dining. Winner: Vaucluse by Meyer Davis Studio, in Upper East Side, Manhattan. Photography by Eric Laignel.

Category: Casual Dining. Winner: Arcade Bakery by Workstead, in TriBeCa, Manhattan. Photography by Matthew Williams.

Category: Restoration. Winner: Rainbow Room and the Surrounding 65th Floor, in Midtown, Manhattan. Photography by Paul Warchol. 

Category: Workplace (Budget). Winner: Barbarian Group by Clive Wilkinson Architects, in Flatiron District, Manhattan. Photography by Michael Moran/Otto.

Category: Workplace (Corporate). Winner: New York Family Office by Shelton, Mindel & Associates, in Midtown, Manhattan. Photography by Michael Moran/OTTO.

Category: Workplace (Creative). Winner: Condé Nast Headquarters by Gensler, in Financial District, Manhattan. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

Category: Workplace (Tech). Winner: Samsung New York, Marketing Center of Excellence, by Gensler, in Meatpacking District, Manhattan. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

Category: I Heart New York. Winner: New York City Police Academy by Perkins+Will with Michael Fieldman Architect, in College Point, Queens. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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