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2016 NYC&G IDA Rules & Entry Checklist

Entries for the 2016 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards are now open!

2016 HC&G IDA Rules & Entry Checklist

Entries for the 2016 HC&G Innovation in Design Awards are now open!

2016 CTC&G IDA Rules & Entry Checklist

Entries for the 2016 CTC&G Innovation in Design Awards are now open!

Congratulations to the 2015 HC&G Innovation in Design Awards Winners

Announcing the winners of the 2015 HC&G Innovation in Design Awards

Announcing the 2015 HC&G Innovation in Design Award Finalists

HC&G's Innovation in Design Awards honors outstanding design in the categories of Architecture, Interior Design, Kitchen, Bath, Garden Design and Innovative Product Design

Announcing The NYC&G IDA Innovator: John Saladino

John Saladino is one of the worlds most distinguished and respected Architectural and Interior Designers. Often referred to as the designers' designer, John Saladinos timeless work continues his philosophy of mixing old with new and appeals to both traditional and modern clients.

Announcing the 2015 NYC&G IDA Judges

Presenting the five design leaders who will help decide the winners of the prestigious 2015 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards.

2015 HC&G IDA Rules & Entry Checklist

Entries for the 2015 HC&G Innovation in Design Awards have been extended to June 19th! We invite all professionals in the field of interior design, architecture,kitchen design, bath design, landscape design, garden design and product design to submit their most innovative projects in the Hamptons area. This year all entries must be submitted online.

Congratulations to the 2015 CTC&G Innovation in Design Awards Winners

Announcing the winners of the 2015 CTC&G Innovation in Design Awards

2015 NYC&G IDA Rules & Entry Checklist

Entries for the 2015 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards are now closed! We invited all professionals in the field of interior design, kitchen design, bath design, architecture, landscape design, garden design and product design to submit their most innovative projects in the New York area.

Announcing the 2015 CTC&G Innovation in Design Award Finalists!

CTC&G's Innovation in Design Awards honors outstanding design in the categories of Architecture, Interior Design, Kitchen, Bath, Garden Design and Innovative Product Design

Announcing the 2015 HC&G Innovation in Design Awards' Judges

Presenting the five design leaders who will help decide the winners of the prestigious HC&G 2015 Innovation in Design Awards.

Enter to Win: $300 Ring's End Gift Card

We’re hosting an exclusive giveaway in partnership with one of this year's CTC&G Innovation in Design Awards sponsors, Ring's End. Enter for a chance to win a $300 Ring's End gift card. One lucky reader will win a $300 gift card for use at any of Ring's End locations or online at www.ringsend.com.

Announcing Richard Meier as HC&G 2015 IDA Innovator

Richard Meier received his architectural training at Cornell University and established his own office in New York in 1963. His practice has included major civic commissions in the United States, Europe, and Asia, including courthouses and city halls, museums, corporate headquarters, and housing and private residences. Among his most well-known projects are The Getty Center in Los Angeles; the Jubilee Church in Rome, Italy; the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia; Perry and Charles Street Condominiums in New York, New York; the Canal+ Television Headquarters in Paris, France; and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, Spain.

Announcing Barbara Sallick as CTC&G 2015 IDA Innovator

Barbara Sallick co-founded Waterworks in 1978 with her husband, Robert, and serves as the company’s senior vice president of design. Using her education and lifelong interests in art and travel, Barbara employs formal principles of architecture and decoration to elevate the bath to a space that is as beautiful, personal and inviting as it is practical.

Put a Ring On It

The glamour of the New Year has faded (most likely, along with our resolutions), but the cold and snow remains. What better way to bring a little glitz to the last of these dark days than with statement jewelry?
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