ASID competitions are annual opportunities for the nations' best design projects to be brought into focus.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 01, 2016
Innovative design solutions and creatively consistent design/build successes have earned the interior home and architectural design firm Pineapple House Interior Design prestigious ASID awards for 15 years in a row -- which is a difficult and unusual accomplishment unique to the Atlanta-based firm.
The American Society of Interior Design (ASID) held Georgia’s “2016 Design Excellence Awards” gala at the historic Fox Theater on May 12, where ASID, the nations’ oldest and largest professional interior design organization, honored Atlanta’s energetic think-tank of designers at Pineapple House with their 40th “Design Excellence Award.”
Pineapple House was recognized in the "Model Home" category for the “Golfer’s Getaway,” located in The Floridian National Golf Club in Palm City, Florida. Pineapple House began working with the Floridian's master architects, GarciaStromberg, in 2013. Their initial project, plus two other design/build collaborations, received ASID Design Excellence awards in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
“ASID competitions are annual opportunities for the nations' best design projects to be brought into focus,” says Pineapple House owner Stephen Pararo. "For decades and in a multitude of ways, ASID has been a formidable friend, mentor and advocate for the industry.”
About Pineapple House Interior Design:
The interior home design and architectural design firm Pineapple House Interior Design was established in Atlanta in 1981. The firm has been featured on a dozen television networks, in over a hundred magazines, was voted as the "Best of Houzz for Design" in 2016 and 2015, holds 40 ASID “Design Excellence” awards and three IIDA “Best of the Best” honors. Owner Stephen Pararo, ASID, served as an HGTV Panel Judge for the 2015 "Faces of Design" competition, and was the State of Georgia’s 1st runner up for the “Small Business Person of the Year” in 2014. Pararo has a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design from Florida State University. He has been a professional member of the American Society of Interior Design (ASID) since 1976. For more information visit pineapplehouse.com .
With nearly 85 years of industry leadership and over 26,000 members, the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) constantly illustrates how design transforms lives. The organization serves the interior design profession and practice through programs, networks, and advocacy for designers of all specialties, including workplace, healthcare, retail, hospitality, education, institutional and residential. Learn more at asid.org .