Nielsen-Wilson Design Wins Three Interior Design Awards

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Local Interior Design Firm Recognized in 10th Annual Interior Design Awards

Nielsen-Wilson Design was honored with three awards in the 10th Annual Interior Design Awards, presented by the American Society of Interior Designers Colorado Chapter. Nielsen-Wilson's designs were selected from a record number of entries to take top prize in three of 27 categories, the most of any design group this year.

In the category Primary Residence over 5,000 Square Feet, Nielsen-Wilson took top honors for the open yet intimate design of a Monument, Colo. home with expansive Rocky Mountain views. Inspired by nature, the firm combined natural tones, original art and well-defined spaces to balance the home with its grand surroundings.

Nielsen-Wilson won the Design Elements category for two features in a Monument, Colo. home. Four horizontal wooden bars cross the home's main entry, evoking strength and masculinity. The four bars are repeated as troughs that catch and redistribute water in an entryway fountain.

Finally, for the category of Un-Built, Non-Commissioned Work, Nielsen-Wilson's plans for a 30-year-old Vail Valley building lobby and mezzanine were recognized. The building had to be redesigned rather than rebuilt, so Nielsen-Wilson re-imagined the space to create a 50-foot fountain that turned the building's open mezzanine into a dramatic design feature.

The American Society of Interior Designers holds the Interior Design Awards annually to recognize the most outstanding design projects by Colorado firms. Entries are judged on the design process and how well the result reflects the space's intent. This year's award submittals were juried in San Francisco, CA.

About Nielsen-Wilson
Nielsen-Wilson Design is a Denver-based interior design firm that combines exceptional design, inspiring fine art and thoughtful craftsmanship to create luxurious residential, commercial and hospitality spaces. For more information about Nielsen-Wilson Design, visit

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