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Five Under 40: The 2018 Design Award Winners

Introducing this year’s class of Early Risers



Megan Moore, Chris Awadalla, Chris Turner, Kristen Thomas and Matthew Smith; photographed at Punch Bowl Social in Stapleton by Jennifer Olson

The first installment of Colorado Homes & Lifestyles’ Five Under 40 awards in 2014 was a giant success, and the tradition has only gotten stronger with each subsequent year. This year, the mass and magnitude of talent that arrived in Colorado Homes & Lifestyles’ inbox was both exciting and inspiring. 

Here we are thrilled to introduce the 2018 class of Five Under 40 winners, who we’ve dubbed “Early Risers,” a talented-beyond-their-years crew who are paving the way for the future of Colorado design.

Kristen Thomas
Interior Designer
Studio Thomas
To learn more about Thomas and see her work, visit Five Under 40: Interior Designer Kristen Thomas.

 

Megan Moore
Interior Designer
Dado Design
To learn more about Moore and see her work, visit Five Under 40: Interior Designer Megan Moore.

 

Matthew Smith
Architect
CCY Architects
To learn more about Smith and see his work, visit Five Under 40: Architect Matthew Smith.

 

Chris Turner
Landscape Architect
Elevate by Design
To learn more about Turner and see his work, visit Five Under 40: Landscape Architect Chris Turner.

 

Chris Awadalla
Kitchen/Bath Designer
Sanctuary Kitchen + Bath Design
To learn more about Awadalla and see his work, visit Five Under 40: Kitchen & Bath Designer Chris Awadalla.

PREVIOUS FIVE UNDER 40 CLASSES:
2017 ​Five Under 40 Award Winners
2016 Five Under 40 Award Winners
2015 Five Under 40 Award Winners
2014 Five Under 40 Award Winners

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