Hall of Fame 2010
28th ANNUAL HALL OF FAME AWARDS
-the most anticipated event in the design industry, November 28, 2012
The Hall of Fame was established in 1985 by Interior Design to recognize the individuals who have made
contributions to the growth and prominence of the design industry.
Previous Hall of Fame inductees include legendary
figures such as: Antonio Citterio, Clodagh,
Thiery W. Despont, Frank Gehry, Albert Hadley, Andre Putman, David
Rockwell, Lauren Rottet,
Philippe Starck, and Robert A.M. Stern, to name a few.
Proceeds are awarded to not-for-profit organizations supporting the design industry.
To be part of this extraordinary event, contact Regina Freedman, email@example.com, 646.805.0270.
The industry's most anticipated event is held at Manhattan's Waldorf-Astoria with a sophisticated crowd
of 1,200 guests from the design industry. A venerable "Who's Who" of the top style makers come to honor
the new inductees, who are selected from a nomination body of previous Hall of Fame members.
The black-tie event begins with a cocktail reception that fills all three of the salons outside of the Grand
Ballroom. A special VIP reception is held additionally with invited guests ranging from Hall of Fame
members, benefactors, editors, members of the press, and platinum and gold sponsors. Dinner, the awards
ceremony, and after-party follow the reception. Mark Strauss, President, Interior Design Media Group and
Cindy Allen, Editor in Chief, Interior Design, host the awards ceremony. An inspirational documentary of
each of the inductees is shown and inductees are present to accept award. It is the Academy Awards of the
interior design industry.