Restaurant Design Awards: South Beverly Grill, Intelligentsia Venice win jury awards

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The American Institute of Architects/Los Angeles announced the winners of its 2010 Restaurant Design Awards on Friday. The annual awards recognize both jury winners and people’s choice winners, and L.A. projects won in each of three categories -- restaurant, cafe and bar/lounge. On the jury: Lara Deam, owner and founder, Dwell; Ben Ford, chef-owner, Ford’s Filling Station; Clive Piercy, principal, Air Conditioned [design]; and Joey Shimoda, AIA - principal, Shimoda Design Group.

And the winners are:



Jury Award Winner: South Beverly Grill (Beverly Hills) - designed by Assembledge+

People’s Choice Award Winner: Choice Restaurant (Brooklyn, New York) - designed by Evan Douglis Studio


Jury Award Winner 1: Intelligentsia Venice (Venice) - designed by MASS Architecture + Design

Jury Award Winner 2: Mod Market (Boulder, Co.) - design by Roth + Sheppard Architects

People’s Choice Award Winner: Mod Market (Boulder, Co.) - design by Roth + Sheppard Architects


Jury Award Winner: Press Club (San Francisco) - designed by Baldauf Catton von Eckartsberg Architects

People’s Choice Award Winner: The Varnish (Los Angeles) - designed by Kelly Architects & Ricki Kline