Triad's First Annual Good Design Challenge
Connecting people, place and purpose.
How does Alfred Williams & Company connect our clients, professional and community partners to support a community treasure?
A: By co-hosting with Herman Miller the first Triad Good Design Challenge at the Reynolda House in Winston-Salem.
Good design takes many forms. For this year’s challenge, local Architecture and Design firms were presented with a Herman Miller Eames Molded Plastic Chair as a canvas for self-expression. Participating firms included Barbour Spangle Design, CJMW, Clark Patterson Lee, I D Collaborative, Lambert Architecture + Design, Stitch Design Shop, Walter Robbs, and Workplace Architecture + Design.
The Good Design Challenge Award recipient is selected by a panel of judges and Stitch Design Shop received this recognition. The Highest Bid Award was presented to Walter Robbs and the People's Choice Award winner was Stitch Design Shop.
Thanks to the generosity of our event attendees, a total of $1240 was contributed to The Reynolda House, this year’s event beneficiary.