And the Winners Are ...
Eleven of the best commercial projects from throughout Acadiana earned a 2015 INDesign Award.
Since their 2005 launch, the INDesign Awards have returned each spring to honor Acadiana’s most exemplary projects of the past year in commercial and residential architecture and interior design, historic preservation and urban development.
A record number of entries this year were evaluated by judges Eddie Cazayoux (architecture) and Beth Miller (interior design).
Cazayoux is an architect who heads the local firm EnvironMental Design, where he practices sustainable architecture and historic preservation. A retired professor of architecture in the School of Architecture & Design at UL Lafayette, Cazayoux taught for 30 years and was the director for 13. He was named Distinguished Professor and held the Regents Professorship in Architecture.
Miller is an interior designer and professor in Mississippi State University’s College of Architecture, Art and Design and serves as director of its interior design program. She earned her bachelor of fi ne arts degree from Louisiana Tech University. This year marks the 11th year that she has judged the INDesign Awards.
Winners in the residential category were featured in the April issue of The Independent; below are the commercial project winners:SILVER
ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN THE KITCHENARY MARK LALANDE, ARCHITECT CONTRACTOR: J.B. MOUTON
ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN BANK OF ABBEVILLE & TRUST CO. PAUL J. ALLAIN, ARCHITECT CONTRACTOR: C.M. MICIOTTO & SON
ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN AERION, LLC PECOT & COMPANY ARCHITECTS CONTRACTOR: J.B. MOUTON
INTERIOR DESIGN RIGHT ANGLE OFFICE / EAST MAIN ST. ABELL + CROZIER + DAVIS ARCHITECTS CONTRACTOR: CONSTRUCT FABRICATORS AND DESIGNERS
ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN CITY OF KAPLAN COURTHOUSE DON J. O’ROURKE & ASSOCIATES CONTRACTOR: E.L. HABETZ BUILDERS
INTERIOR DESIGN AMG SPECIALTY HOSPITAL INTERIOR DESIGN SOLUTIONS CONTRACTOR: THE LEMOINE COMPANY[Editor's note: View photo galleries of all 2015 INDesign Award winners here.]