This year, however, we’re doing something a little different, as select projects will be spotlighted in upcoming issues of our new magazine, The Current, which you will be reading much more about in this issue.
Every year we also honor the finest commercial projects, featuring them in our business publication ABiz. Look for this year’s winners in commercial architecture, interior design, historic preservation and urban planning in the March-April issue of ABiz, and even more design coverage in upcoming issues of The Current.
The 2017 INDesign Awards Luncheon recognizing the winners is set for Thursday, April 6, at City Club at River Ranch. Find more info about the luncheon on P. 31.
We’d like to once again thank our panel of judges, among them Beth Miller, an interior designer and professor at Mississippi State University’s College of Architecture, Art and Design. Miller returned for the 12th consecutive year to judge the interiors of our entries.
Eddie Cazayoux, former director of UL Lafayette’s School of Architecture & Design and a past winner of the UL College of the Arts’ SPARK Lifetime Achievement Award, led a team of local architects and professors who judged the architecture of the projects.