Beasley & Henley Wins at National BALA

by WOHe

Winter Park – On January 13, 2011 the design work of Beasley
& Henley Interior Design

was honored at the 2010 Best in American Living Awards event (BALA).
The gala event took place in Orlando, FL at the annual International
Builder’s Show.

Beasley & Henley was recognized for two of its many award
winning projects; a Private Residence in Naples, FL and the Community
Facility and Clubhouse at 5 East, in Atlanta, GA.

5 East is a 5000 sq ft chic urban multi-family complex in the heart of
Atlanta. Beasley & Henley created it to be progressive, new and
fresh; mixing modern design with the feel of an upscale resort and spa.

The BALA judges gave high marks to Beasley & Henley as the firm
differentiated 5East from its high-style competition by creating such
details as a glass-enclosed conference room and closing room, stained
concrete floors, sculptures, and sleek, draped walls. The
designers’ bold artwork tied it all together and made a
dramatic statement about the community.

Beasley & Henley ‘s design for the furnishings and
interior detailing of the Private Residence in Naples, FL was driven by
the clients’ love for the modern arts.  Beasley
& Henley blended modern design with soft curves, forming an
artistic expression for the client’s modern tastes.

Overall, the simplistic look of modern design fused with rich color
tones and unexpected materials, such as onyx, glass tile, antique
granite, Venetian plaster, horizontal staggered line tile, resin wave
panels, grid-ceiling details and industrial
cable lighting, created an artistically inviting atmosphere which the
BALA judges appreciated.

Now in its 25th year, the BALA’s are the foremost residential
design competition in the country. Builders, interior designers,
architects, land planners, remodelers, developers and marketing and
real estate professionals enter from all 50 states in 32 different
categories of competition.

Related Posts

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More