Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences at Mary Baldwin University and Wisconsin-based architect Kahler Slater were awarded a Bronze Design Award from the Wisconsin Chapter American Society of Interior Designers’ annual design competition.
“We are so honored to receive recognition on the project because it reinforces that Mary Baldwin’s vision to create a national model in health sciences education was achieved at Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences,” said Mary LaFrombois, ASID, IIDA, LEED AP, senior interior designer, Kahler Slater. “It also recognizes the incredible ability of everyone involved to make solid decisions for the design which translated into an award-winning building.”
The awards recognize outstanding interior design in categories such as educational, corporate/office space, healthcare, retail and hospitality. Winners were chosen by a jury of ASID members from outside of Wisconsin. Projects were evaluated for the appropriateness of the design solution; functional use of space; innovative and creative use of space, scale and proportion; color composition; design elements; and commitment to sustainability.