CDH Partners Wins 2015 Vision Design Award

(Editor’s Note: CDH Partners is the Healthcare Winner for the 2015 Vision Design Awards.)

Chattanooga, TN, April 8, 2015 — Floor Focus Magazine is honored to announce the winners of the sixth annual Vision Design Awards. The competition was created to recognize design firms in a competition that judges the creative integration of flooring and architecture, and this year’s winners offer stellar examples of how flooring plays a key role in great design.

Architects and designers entered recent projects in five commercial building categories: Corporate, Education, Healthcare, Retail and Hospitality. This year’s winners are:

Grand Prize and Hospitality Winner
Project: The New York Palace – a hotel in New York City
Design Firm: Champalimaud in New York, NY

Corporate Winner
Project: Follett Headquarters in Westchester, IL
Design Firm: CannonDesign in Chicago, IL

Education Winner
Project: BZAEDS Innovation Lab in Chicago, IL
Design Firm: Eckenhoff Saunders Architects/Wonder by Design in Chicago, IL

Healthcare Winner
Project: WellStar Pediatric Center in Kennesaw, GA
Design Firm: CDH Partners in Marietta, GA

Retail Winner
Project: Denver Broncos Team Store in Dove Valley, CO
Design Firm: Sink Combs Dethlefs in Denver, CO

Corporate Honorable Mention
Project: MassMutual RS Group
Design Firm: Tecton Architects

Education Honorable Mention
Project: College of DuPage Naperville Regional Center
Design Firm: Edge Design

Hospitality Honorable Mention
Project: Miami International Airport Hotel
Design Firm: Heery International and Miami Dade County Aviation Department

Healthcare Honorable Mention
Project: The Baystate Children’s Specialty Center
Design Firm: Steffian Bradley Architects

Retail Honorable Mention
Project: The Market Place Community Center
Design Firm: Robinson Hill Architecture

The contest is sponsored by Bentley Mills, Tandus-Centiva, Crossville Tile, Johnsonite and Floor Focus Magazine. All product and firm names are stripped from the entries prior to judging so that judging is free of preference and prejudice. Floor Focus applauds these sponsors in their support of the concept of blind judging, ensuring that the contest awards and celebrates design for design’s sake.

 

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