Announcing the 2010 SONATA AWARDS

The 2010 Sonata Awards Competition continues the tradition of recognizing excellence within the design industry in Louisiana.

Just as beauty is captured in musical form, the Sonata Awards was created to embrace the rich culture and originality of our state by recognizing exceptional beauty and creative excellence within the design industry in Louisiana. Each year our prestigious panel of judges is given the daunting task of selecting our winners from hundreds of submissions from local designers, architects and artists, both at the professional and amateur levels.

This year, The Preservation Resource Center has been chosen as a recipient of the proceeds from the Sonata Award Ceremony! Save the date for the afternoon of Sunday, August 15, 2010 to celebrate Louisiana’s talented designers.

The Sonata Awards are open to interior designers, interior decorators, architects, builders, artisans, landscape architects, and a variety of design trade professionals. Both professional and amateur entries

are accepted in the following categories:

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN:

– Traditional

– Contemporary

INTERIOR DESIGN:

– Traditional

– Contemporary

– Fusion

ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENT:

– Stone

– Metal

– Wood

ECO-FRIENDLY:

– New Construction

– Remodel

LANDSCAPE DESIGN

WATER FEATURE

ROOM DESIGN:

– Kitchen or Bar

– Bathroom

– Bedroom

– Living Room

– Dining Room

– Outdoor Living / Kitchen

– Children / Nursery

FINISHES:

– Wall

– Faux

PRESERVATION:

– Residential

– Commercial

WINDOW TREATMENTS

POOL DESIGN

Submit your entry by July 15!

CONTACT: Melanie Wallace (225.622.1780 / info@sonataawards.com)

The Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans (PRC) was founded in 1974 as a non-profit organization to promote the preservation, restoration and revitalization of New Orleans’ historic architecture and neighborhoods. The organization has helped renovate more than 1,200 homes citywide by involving citizens in preservation projects and services that enhance living in New Orleans. PRC provides resources and education to convey the economic, cultural and aesthetic importance of historic preservation in New Orleans and throughout the world. For more information about the PRC’s hurricane recovery efforts, including the homeowner assistance program, call 504.581.7032 or visit www.prcno.org.

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