ASID awarded the J. Banks Design Group a First Place Vacation Home nod for a beautifully designed residence in 2017.
J. Banks Design Group received top honors at the ASID Excellence in Design awards ceremony in a number of categories. The event produced by the organization was held in Charlotte, NC. Also taking place that evening was the IIDA Design Works awards gala in Greensboro, NC. The J. Banks Design team attended both events. “The quality and amount of work that is being produced by our team is simply amazing.” said J. Banks Design Owner and Principal, Joni Vanderslice. “And we are pleased the design industry is recognizing our work, this First Place vacation home award from ASID one of the accolades.”
Celebrating over three decades of industry experience, Vanderslice has led her design team to create innovative projects around the world. Additionally, Vanderslice and her firm have been a regular fixture on Interior Design magazine’s list of the Top 200 Interior Design Giants and Top 75 Hospitality Design.
About ASID of the Carolinas: The Carolinas Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers has more than 900 professional and allied members and is part of the oldest and largest organization of professional interior designers in the world. Professional membership is earned through accredited education, years of qualifying experience and postgraduate examinations. ASID helps protect the health, safety and welfare of consumers by encouraging and requiring members to keep abreast of evolving technologies, regulations and safety issues.
J. Banks Design, the winner of this First Place Vacation Home award, is regularly ranked as a Top 200 Interior Design Giant and Top 75 Hospitality Design Giant by Interior Design magazine; has been named as the Southeast Contract Designer and their Italian Project was bestowed with a Gold Key Award for Best Resort Design. The firm has recently published a design book with Gibbs Smith publishers, Southern Coastal Living, and their work has been featured in leading publications including Coastal Living, Southern Living, Traditional Home, Bridge for Design, Interior Design Magazine, Hospitality Design, Boutique Design and Robb Report.