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Jack Lenor Larsen

Jack Lenor Larsen

Sofa shopping at Hildreth's in Southampton.    DAWN WATSON

Sofa shopping at Hildreth's in Southampton. DAWN WATSON

LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton opened for the season on Saturday, April 30.

LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton opened for the season on Saturday, April 30.

Mesh outdoor furniture.

Mesh outdoor furniture.

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Boehlert porch in Southampton
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Jessica James's sustainable home in Montauk.

Jessica James's sustainable home in Montauk.

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Boehlert porch in Southampton
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Boehlert porch in Southampton
Photo by Dawn Watson

Carl Rutberg and Gaddiel Lopez

Carl Rutberg and Gaddiel Lopez

This fence was made from the wire mesh used in cement structures.

This fence was made from the wire mesh used in cement structures.

The Resource Room in Westhampton Beach Elementary School that Westhampton Beach High School junior Cayla Kuey stocked and organized. KATE RIGA

The Resource Room in Westhampton Beach Elementary School that Westhampton Beach High School junior Cayla Kuey stocked and organized. KATE RIGA

The first grade class at the Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School uses the new STREAM Lab during their science class. KATE RIGA

The first grade class at the Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School uses the new STREAM Lab during their science class. KATE RIGA

First grader Keith Figueroa carefully selects his next Lego. KATE RIGA

First grader Keith Figueroa carefully selects his next Lego. KATE RIGA

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Woven outdoor furniture.

Woven outdoor furniture.

Lys Marigold, Dianne B. and Adele and David Sadiq

Lys Marigold, Dianne B. and Adele and David Sadiq

author on Aug 1, 2011

Several local designers were celebrated at the inaugural “HC&G Innovation in Design Awards,” which were held on Thursday, July 28, at Guild Hall in East Hampton.

The big honoree for the evening was East Hampton-based LongHouse Reserve founder and world-renowned textile designer Jack Lenor Larsen, who was introduced by LongHouse Board President and gardening stylist Dianne Benson, as he received the 2011 Innovator Award. Mr. Larsen, a visionary in the world of textile design, is also an author and collector, and is one of the world’s foremost advocates of traditional and contemporary crafts. He is one of four Americans ever to be honored with an exhibition in the Palais du Louvre.

The overall winner in the Interior Design category was Anthony-Wright Interior Design from Irvington-on-Hudson, New York. The first runner-up was Tristan Harstan & Company from Glenwood Landing, New York. Shelter Island-based Fred Bernstein/Home 114 was named second runner-up.

The overall winner in the Kitchen Design category was Bridgehampton-based Stelle Architects. Austin Patterson Disston, based in Quogue, was named first runner-up. Sagaponack-based Martin Architects received the second-runner-up award.

The overall winner in the Bath Design category was East Hampton-based Hampton Design. Stelle Architects took first-runner-up honors and Halper Owens Architects, from Greenwich, Connecticut, was named the second runner-up.

The overall winner in the Architecture category was Bridgehampton-based Barnes Coy Architects. Stelle Architects was also named first runner-up in this category and Halper Owens Architects was named second runner-up.

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