2019 ASID ImpactFULL Awards
Every year, the Nebraska/Iowa Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers recognizes the best of regional design at its ASID impactFULL Awards.
Judged by an outside panel of designers, the 2019 impactFULL Awards recognized 39 projects (including gold, silver, and bronze winners) during a Sept. 26 awards ceremony at Tiburon Golf Club.
Designers Julie Odermatt and Rachel Costello of D3 Interiors received special recognition as the year’s Design Impact Award Winner.
Design Impact Award Winner
Entry #329 (Above)
Project Name: “Kingston Ranch” Residential: Under 2,500 Square Feet Designers: Julie Odermatt, ASID; Rachel Costello, Allied ASID Company: D3 Interiors Photographer: Amoura Productions Describe how your design solution impacts the way in which people will experience the finished product: • The contemporary-transitional style of this model home was to appeal to a variety of potential homeowners. • We wanted the entrance to make an impact when you first walk in. This was achieved by adding a black geometrical wallpaper in the ceiling insets and contemporary LED light fixtures. • The large-scale windows in the great room, along with the continuous fireplace stone, create a visually unique backdrop that combines the indoors with the outdoors.What was the most significant challenge you faced in this project and how did your design solution answer this challenge? • The recon walnut laminate cabinet brought in warmth. Since we did not want it to get too dark and busy, we incorporated a white cabinet perimeter, and the black central island helps to tie in the perimeter and L-island countertop. • Originally this space was to have hardwood floors, but after deciding on the recon walnut cabinet in the kitchen we decided to use tile to create a more contemporary yet classic design. • The neutral palette created a natural canvas from the walls to the floors, and artwork and accessories allowed us to bring in pops of blues.
Entry #301 Project Name: “Street of Dreams 1” Residential: Over 4,000 Square Feet Designers: Kris Patton, ASID, Lisa Cooper, Allied ASID Company: Interiors by Joan Photographer: Tom Kessler
Entry #334 Project Name: “Master Bath Remodel” Residential: Singular Space Designer: Stacie Muhle, Allied ASID Company: Artistico Interiors Photographer: Tom Grady
Entry #324 Project Name: “Casual Living & Entertaining” Residential: Over 4,000 Square Feet Designers: Deb Munro, ASID; Liz Lempka, ASID Company: Interior Design Firm Photographer: Amoura Productions
Entry #320 Project Name: “New Construction: Kitchen and Formal Living Room” Residential: Singular Space Designer: Lisa B. McCoid, ASID, AIA Company: D3 Interiors Photographer: Amoura Productions
Entry #339 Project Name: “Bohlen Whole House” Residential: Over 4,000 Square Feet Designer: Stacie Muhle, Allied ASID Company: Artistico Interiors Photographer: Tom Grady
Entry #310 Project Name: “Modern Lake House” Residential: Singular Space Designer: Liz Lempka, ASID Company: Interior Design Firm Photographer: Amoura Productions
Entry #325 Project Name: “Glass Floating Staircase” Residential: Product, Furniture, or Design Detail Designer: Carmen Shively, ASID Company: Paul Daniels Interiors Photographer: Cornhusker Photoworks, Justin Mohling
Entry #305 Project Name: “Saddlebrook Remodel” Residential: Under 2,500 Square Feet Designer: Courtney Otte, Allied ASID Company: The Modern Hive Interior Design Photographer: Tom Kessler
Entry #314 Project Name: “Streamlined Traditional” Residential: Singular Space Designers: Pam Stanek, ASID; Liz Lempka, ASID Company: Interior Design Firm Photographer: Amoura Productions
Entry #323 Project Name: “Modern Country Estate” Residential: Over 4,000 Square Feet Designer: Becky Rea, ASID Company: Fritz + Lloyd Interiors Photographer: Lisa Guerra
Entry #315 Project Name: “French Provincial Finds a New Look” Residential: Singular Space Designer: Marilyn S. Hansen, FASID Company: The Designers Photographer: Tom Kessler
This article was printed in the December 2019/January 2020 edition of B2B. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.