The 2017 CTC&G IDA finalist landscape design projects came from Haver & Skolnick Architects, Wesley Stout Associates, Anne Penniman Associates LLC, Simon Johnson Garden & Landscape Design/Lear + Mahoney, and Louis Fusco Landscape Architects.
The 2017 CTC&G IDA finalist kitchen design projects came from Sage Design, Wheelock Design LLC with Alisberg Parker Architects, Carol Flanagan Interior Design LLC, Laura Kaehler Architects LLC, and Matthew Dougherty Architect, LLC.
The 2017 CTC&G IDA finalist bath design projects came from Sage Design, Beinfield Architecture with Clarity Home Interiors, Douglas Graneto Design, Rinfret Ltd. Design & Decoration, and Robert A. Cardello Architects.
The 2017 CTC&G IDA finalist architecture projects were built by Genovesi & Sons, Hobbs, Inc., Sabine's New House, Tier One Carpenter, and Wadia Associates.
The 2017 CTC&G IDA finalist product design projects came from Coastal Shower Doors, Griffin Lee Artisans, American Standard, Tidelli Outdoor Living, Linherr Hollingsworth LLC, A. Rudin, Brizo Kitchen & Bath Company, Delta Faucet, and The Original Lawn Furniture Co.
The 2017 CTC&G IDA finalist small spaces projects came from Austin Patterson Disstron Architects, Nautilus Architects, Douglas VanderHorn Architect, Linherr Hollingsworth LLC, and Laura Kaehler Architects LLC.
The 2017 CTC&G IDA finalist interior design projects came from Amanda Martocchio Architecture + Design with Gary Cruz Studio, D2 Interieurs, Carol Flanagan Interior Design LLC, Clean Design Partners, and Wadia Associates.
The 2017 CTC&G IDA finalist architecture projects came from Nautilus Architects, Neil Hauck Architects LLC, Amanda Martocchio Architecture + Design, Wadia Associates and Sabine's NewHouse with Saniee Architects.
The 2017 CTC&G IDAs honored outstanding design in Connecticut as well as the 2017 Innovator Award recipient, Elizabeth Eakins.
Entries for the 2017 CTC&G IDAs are extended to March 10!