And a leader is … Pinnacles awarded Monday night
October 28, 2016 - accent chair
HIGH POINT — The 2016 Pinnacle Award winners were named Monday night during a American Society of Furniture Designers’ annual awards banquet, hold in a International Home Furnishings Center 11th building party hall.
This year’s winners, with records from a judges, are:
Occasional Tables – Pierre Coffee Table, by Susan Hornbeak Ortiz for Shine by S.H.O
An elegant, unconventional looking coffee list done from royal materials. We enjoyed a angular, faceted lines of a steel support joined with a beveled potion insets. The disastrous space creates this list really singular and intriguing. The Carrara marble goes good with a bullion and a glass. This is a really cold piece.
Occasional Storage – Zhin Cabinet, by Aimee Kurzner ASFD for Currey and Company
A sophisticated, purify box pattern with some good enhancements. The hardware and legs have a complicated Asian influence. We adore a visible references and contrariety of a red interior accent color, it is a cold surprise.
Casual Dining – William and Whirl, by Henrik Pedersen and Mark Gabbertas for Gloster Furniture
A clean, light and healthy look, ideal for indoor or outdoor. The chair is generally versatile for any room. The organisation has an easy coming that is also inviting. Beautiful Mid-Century Modern lines total with normal teak timber and steel materials in gentle and healthy finishes.
Motion Upholstery – Hudson Style In Motion, by Jessica Green, Doug Gasal and Anders Larsen for American Leather
The new American Leather Style In Motion collection offers a ultimate in stylish, gentle suit seat – with worldly designs, mixed customization options and an innovative clean-profile mechanism. Unique and fresh! Polished chrome legs move a Hudson off a ground, and a chair’s pattern offers stout measure and plenty room for a “comfortable” American lifestyle. The high behind pattern conceals an articulating headrest and provides best support when in full recline or TV-watching position.
Stationary Upholstery – Ward Chair, by Roger Turnbow ASFD and Ron Lackey ASFD for Bernhardt Furniture
We like a manly corner to this good chair. Well designed with a singular multiple of timber and steel in the open arms. The complementing high glaze steel finish and soothing timber tinge with biscuit-tufted upholstery elements exudes classical contemporary.