T HANKS TO Many thanks to all the Connecticut Innovators who entered the 2009 Innovation in Design Competition.  Special t...
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Connecticut Cottages & Gardens 2009 Innovation in Design Award Winners

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The 2009 Connecticut Cottages & Gardens innovation in Design Awards were held on May 13, 2009 at the Silvermine Guild Arts Center. See the work of the winners in this slide show. Pick up the July/August issue of CTC&G (coming in July) for more details.

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Connecticut Cottages & Gardens 2009 Innovation in Design Award Winners

  1. 2. T HANKS TO Many thanks to all the Connecticut Innovators who entered the 2009 Innovation in Design Competition. Special thanks to our 2009 Judges: Capucine Gooding, Juliska Lynn Morgan, Lynn Morgan Interior Design Frances Palmer, Frances Palmer Pottery Pam Davis, Executive Director of Silvermine Guild Arts Center Rosalia Sanni, Landscape Designer, James Doyle Design Associates, LLC Carolyn Sollis, Design Consultant
  2. 3. Landscape Design
  3. 7. Kitchen Design
  4. 11. Bath Design
  5. 15. Interior Design
  6. 19. Architectural Design
  7. 23. F ROM T HE E DITOR top, look and listen. Red, yellow and green. Small, medium and large. The world is filled with things that come in threes. This year marks the third anniversary of our Innovation in Design Awards (IDAs) and the phrase that comes to mind is, “Third time’s a charm!” It’s true. This year’s entries represent a new level of sophistication, style and innovation that reaffirms my belief in the world of design in Connecticut. From engaging interiors to stunning landscapes, local work consistently excels. More importantly, work of this caliber can only result when a talented professional works with a willing client. And what is particularly satisfying to me is the enthusiasm of the judges who choose the winners. (Of course, it’s odd for me to have an entire issue devoted to someone else’s choices!) But year after year, I am confident in the choices because, when all is said and done, the quality of the work speaks for itself. And that, of course, is the reason for this competition: to showcase exceptional talent that is the hallmark of this state—and of Connecticut Cottages & Gardens. S D.J. Carey, Editor in Chief

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