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ASID Intermountain Chapter: Annual Design Competition

Announcing the award-winning designers!



Suzie Hall's winning Spring Meadow Residence

The ASID Intermountain Chapter’s Annual Design Competition brought out the best interior designers from Idaho, Utah, Montana and Wyoming.

Check out the winners and photos of their work!

ANNOUNCING THE PROFESSIONAL DESIGN CHALLENGE WINNERS:
All entries were judged as anonymous entries by our neighbor Colorado Chapter. 

Design Excellence in Residential Design: 
The Spring Meadow Residence by Suzie HallBoise Cornerstone Design
See photos below:


Suzie Hall's winning "Spring Meadow Residence;" courtesy of ASID Intermountain Chapter

Suzie Hall's winning "Spring Meadow Residence;" courtesy of ASID Intermountain Chapter

Suzie Hall's winning "Spring Meadow Residence;" courtesy of ASID Intermountain Chapter

Suzie Hall's winning "Spring Meadow Residence;" courtesy of ASID Intermountain Chapter

Suzie Hall's winning "Spring Meadow Residence;" courtesy of ASID Intermountain Chapter

Design Excellence in Commercial Design: 
Kent Concert Hall by Darrin Brooks, Salt Lake owner of Brooks Design Associates
See photos below: 


Darrin Brooks's winning "Kent Concert Hall;" Photo by Nicholas Swan, courtesy of ASID Intermountain Chapter

Darrin Brooks's winning "Kent Concert Hall;" Photo by Nicholas Swan, courtesy of ASID Intermountain Chapter

Darrin Brooks's winning "Kent Concert Hall;" Photo by Nicholas Swan, courtesy of ASID Intermountain Chapter

Darrin Brooks's winning "Kent Concert Hall;" Photo by Nicholas Swan, courtesy of ASID Intermountain Chapter

Darrin Brooks's winning "Kent Concert Hall;" Photo by Nicholas Swan, courtesy of ASID Intermountain Chapter

Darrin Brooks's winning "Kent Concert Hall;" Photo by Nicholas Swan, courtesy of ASID Intermountain Chapter

ANNOUNCING THE STUDENT DESIGN CHALLENGE WINNERS:
ASID Intermountain chapter also hosts Student Design Challenges. These projects aid in the learning process for design students since the ASID Intermountain chapter does its best to mimic the testing environment and criteria students will face when they graduate and go after their NCIDQ Examination for licensure by the Council for Interior Design Qualifications. 

1st place & $100 cash:
Natalie Bills-Weber State student and student board rep

2nd Place & $75 cash:
Ashley Badali- Weber State student

People’s choice & $50.00 cash:
Jenna Moran- Montana State student

ABOUT ASID:

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is the largest professional organization for interior designers representing all facets of both residential and commercial design. With more than 30,000 members nationally, ASID establishes a common identity for professionals and businesses in the field of interior design. The Intermountain chapter services the Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming areas.

Mountain Living is proud to sponsor the ASID Intermountain Annual Design Competition. Congratulations to the winners!

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