The Dallas PaperCity Design Awards entry period is in full swing and will now come to a close Thursday, October 12. Now in its third year, The Dallas PaperCity Design Awards with Dunhill Partners and Dallas Design District recognize outstanding residential interior design; interior architecture; retail, restaurant, and gallery design; landscape design; historical preservation; and furniture and product design; along with other categories. The panel of judges includes: Designer Victoria Hagan, New York City; designer Alexa Hampton, NYC; designer Vicente Wolf, NYC; and interior architect Lauren Rottet, Houston and NYC.
The awards are open to Dallas and Fort Worth-area interior designers and architects, and furniture and product designers, regardless of affiliation. The entry period closes Thursday, October 12, at 11:59 pm CDT.
On Wednesday, November 1, winning entries will be announced and celebrated at a by-invitation awards ceremony at Dallas Design District. The winning entries will also be featured in the January 2018 PaperCity Home + Art issue.
Submit your entries now by clicking here.
A closer look at this year’s judges:
Designer Victoria Hagan founded her New York-based firm 25 years ago and designs luxury residences across the country, including the recent renovation of Number One Observatory Circle, the official residence of the Vice President of the United States. She designs furniture, fabric, and rug lines through her brand VH Collections. Her second book, Victoria Hagan: Dream Spaces, will be published in October by Rizzoli. Hagan is a member of the Architectural Digest AD100 list, the Elle Decor A-List and is in the Interior Design Hall of Fame.
Designer Alexa Hampton took over her father’s legendary New York firm Mark Hampton, LLC in 1998. She is a member of the Architectural Digest AD 100 list and the Elle Decor A-list. Hampton has fabric, furniture, carpet, lighting, mantel, decorative accessories, and paint collections with leading companies. She is a contributing columnist for the Off Duty section of The Wall Street Journal and has published two books: The Language of Interior Design (Potter Style) and Decorating in Detail (Potter Style).
Designer Vicente Wolf’s impressive portfolio spans projects from residential to hotels and restaurants worldwide, and he partners with numerous international luxury brands to design products. His fourth book, The Four Elements of Design, was published last year by Rizzoli. Wolf has appeared on the Architectural Digest AD 100 list, is a member of the Elle Decor A-List and was named one of the 10 most influential designers in the U.S. by House Beautiful.
Award-winning architect Lauren Rottet is the only woman to be elevated to Fellow status by both the American Institute of Architects and International interior Design Association. She recently completed the redesign of the historic New York Stock Exchange and is collaborating on a San Francisco high-rise with Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano. Her debut line of furniture, Rottet Collection, just took top prize at New York’s Neocon, and her first book, Authentic Design: Lauren Rottet and Rottet Studio (Rizzoli) is out this month.
Submit your entries at papercitymag.com/designawards.