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ASID Judge, Architectural Digest Home Show 2015

I had the pleasure of being a Judge for the Architectural Digest Home Show in NYC. ASID had its annual vote and presentation of Awards to ten deserving exhibitors at the show. As part of the panel of five esteemed judges, we walked the show together taking notes and discussing best in category candidates. It was a very difficult decision, but we were able to select 10 extraordinary Award Recipients. Crestron, a leader in smart home technology, hosted the cocktail party and celebration for all afterwards in their booth. View Show Photos  View DIFFA Photos


  • ~Furnishings -Ligne Roset
  • ~Innovative Product Design -Dana Innovations/Sonnance
  • ~Social Responsibility -Delightful
  • ~Lighting Design -David I’mperio
  • ~Fabrics -Avo
  • ~Flooring -Mirth Studio
  • ~Kitchen Products -Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet
  • ~MADE -Debra Folz Design
  • ~DIFFA Table Setting -New York Design Center
  • ~Design School Display -New York School of Interior Design

Judges & ASID co-chairs (left to right) at Crestron booth: Will Titus, Alex Sobolewski, Daniel Park, Jennifer Quail, Denise Wenacur, Anthony Caradonna, William Spink


Debra Folz from Debra Folz Design, receiving her Best in Show, Architectural Digest Home Show, Award


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