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Five Under 40: The 2015 Design Award Winners



Emily Minton Redfield

The response last year to our first-ever Five Under 40 Design Awards was so overwhelmingly positive that we decided to do it again. This year the mass and magnitude of talent that arrived in Colorado Homes & Lifestyles’ inbox was both exciting and inspiring.

We called on last year’s winners to help us with the difficult task of selecting five of the finest (well, actually six, with one designing duo among the recipients) from a pack of worthy contenders.                              

And the winners are…


[Portrait photography: Susie Brenner]

Mike Piché, AIA
Architect
Studio B Architecture + Interiors, Aspen & Boulder
To learn more about Mike and see his work, visit Five Under 40 Award: Architect Mike Piché.

Kristen Terjesen, ASID
Interior Designer
Studio 10 Interior Design, Denver
To learn more about Kristen and see her work, visit Five Under 40 Award: Interior Designer Kristen Terjesen.

Mary Knape & Kelly Zibell
Interior Designers
Knape & Zibell Interior Design, Littleton
To learn more about Mary and Kelly and to see their work, visit Five Under 40 Award: Interior Designers Mary Knape & Kelly Zibell.

Kevin Sietmann
Architect
Tomecek Studio Architecture, Denver
To learn more about Kevin and see his work, visit Five Under 40 Award: Architect Kevin Sietmann.

Geoffrey Keating
Furniture Maker and Designer
Keating Woodworks, Colorado Springs
To learn more about Geoffrey and see his work, visit Five Under 40 Award: Furniture Designer Geoffrey Keating.

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