Architecture + Interiors + Landscape + The Hamptons

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The East End Design Awards

with The East Hampton Star

The submission period has ended. Thank you for submitting!

Judged by an Independent Jury of Top Design Professionals

Deborah Berke Partners

Deborah Berke FAIA, Partner, Dean of the Yale School of Architecture

Maitland Jones AIA, Partner

Deborah Berke Partners is an award winning architecture firm based in Manhattan. The firm’s most significant work includes the Rockefeller Arts Center at SUNY Fredonia,  the interiors for 432 Park Avenue New York City (the western hemisphere’s tallest residential tower), the Yale School of Art, and numerous houses across the East End and beyond. In 2017, Deborah Berke Partners won a National Design Award from the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.

Roman and Williams


Robin Standefer, Founder

Stephen Alesch, Founder

Founded in 2002, Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors is a New York-based design studio led by principals Stephen Alesch and Robin Standefer. Distinguished by their blending of historical elements with modern references, the firm continues to win international accolades for its work: it is repeatedly listed among Architectural Digest’s Top 100 Designers and has been a recipient of the Cooper Hewitt’s esteemed National Design Award. Whether it's a home for Gwyneth Paltrow, the lobby of Hotel Emma that feels like San Antonio’s living room or James Beard Award-winning Le Coucou restaurant that channels the relaxed romance of a centuries-old chateau with beckoning glamour, Roman and Williams seeks to create spaces that tell a story and spark conversation at every turn.


Shane Coen FASLA, CEO

Robin Ganser ASLA, Principal

Britton Jones ASLA, Project Manager

Coen+Partners is a renowned landscape architecture practice based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The firm has designed landscapes for universities, city parks, public libraries, land ports, and private residences, including one in Watermill. In 2015, Coen+Partners won the landscape architecture National Design Award from the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.

Announced in A new Publication with the East Hampton Star


End Magazine

All winners and honorable mentions will be featured in a minimum of one full page. Larger projects will receive a two-page spread. End is a high-quality, glossy environment and design publication printing 20,000 copies and distributing from Southampton to Montauk. Half of the copies will be inserted into The East Hampton Star and half will be on racks across the East End.

An Awards Event In August

Each winner will receive an engraved Living Trophy by Bodega Rose at the awards event.

 End is being designed by PlayLab, the interdisciplinary design firm behind Interior for The Architects Newspaper and +PoolEnd comes out August 24th. 

The categories:

You can submit multiple projects in as many categories as you like. All projects must be on the East End of Long Island (South Fork from Westhampton to Montauk plus Shelter Island and North Fork from Riverhead to Orient) and completed between 2012-2017. We will award winners and honorary mentions. 

  • New single family house under 5,000 square feet

  • New single family house over 5,000 square feet

  • Non-residential project (retail, gallery, restaurant, hotel, inn, nightclub, museum, sports facility, school, etc.)

  • Unbuilt architectural project with any program

  • Green Intervention (Any feature of a built project, architecture, interiors, or landscape, that makes it more environmentally friendly.)

  • Residential Kitchen

  • Residential Bathroom

  • Residential Living Room

  • Art space in a residence (art gallery, art studio, music recording studio, dance rehearsal space, music performance space etc.)

  • Outdoor Living Space

  • Landscape or Garden

  • Pool

Please have permission from the photographer to submit photos to End magazine. We will not be re-shooting projects. Winners and Honorable Mentions will be asked to submit high-resolution photos.  

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End magazine will be printed on paper with 10% recycled content.

All new fiber is from Forest Stewardship Council certified forests.

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