Charlotte-based architectural and interiors firm, Wagner Murray, took home top honors in two out of 11 categories at the 2018 IIDA Carolinas DesignWorks Awards held April 20 in Durham at 21C Museum Hotel. Their work for the Buccaneers Team Store (Retail Category) and 101 North Tryon (formerly Independence Center) Lobby’s light/art ceiling (Design Detail) was recognized.
“Industry competitions like this allow us to showcase the firm’s full interiors capabilities, from retail to office,” said Sarah Williams, senior interior designer at Wagner Murray. Williams, along with Jessica Conrad, Gina Falba and Megan Bass, attended and accepted the awards on Wagner Murray’s behalf.
The purpose of the IIDA Carolinas DesignWorks Awards is to honor design excellence within the Carolinas chapter and to encourage new innovative solutions for interior spaces. Judging was performed by IIDA professionals outside of the Carolinas Chapters.
The mission of IIDA is to advance the profession of interior design through knowledge, value and community. As one of IIDA’s most active regional chapters, the Carolinas Chapter is 500 Members strong and includes seven city centers and 2 campus centers located strategically throughout the region.
Charlotte, NC-based Wagner Murray is a 28-year-old boutique architecture and design firm founded by Dave Wagner and Mike Murray