Tucson Lifestyle - October 2014 - page 4

First Place
Residential SpaceUnder 2500
Square Feet
Pamela Portwood, Allied ASID,
LEEDAP
Greener Lives LLC
Photography by Robin Stancliff
In re-imagining this 1920s home with
elements of a 1950s remodel, areas
had to be removed to take advantage of
the 825-square-foot space. The clients
wanted a modern style and a sustain-
able space. No-VOC paint, Energy Star
appliances, Water Sense fixtures, dual-
flush toilet, Greenguard-certified quartz
countertops and flooring with recycled
content were used throughout. Glass,
metal and leather furniture defined the
contemporary look.
First Place
Residential Specialty Space
Lori Carroll, ASID, IIDA, NKBA
Member
Lori Carroll &Associates
Photography byWilliamLesch
A couple of wine connoisseurs
requested an exciting wine room for
their dream vacation home. They
wanted something different than the
heavy Mediterranean look—some-
thingmore simple and refined. Glass,
wood, stone andmetal were used
throughout the room’s interior. The
room features ample bottle capacity,
constant and correct temperature,
LED lighting to highlight the bottles
without generating heat, and two
different racking options.
ASID Design Excellence Awards, Arizona South Chapter
Tu c s o n L l i f e s t y l e . c o m
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