Internationally Recognized, Los Angeles-Based Design Duo Felderman Keatinge to Receive Design Legends Award

Felderman KeatingeStanley Felderman and Nancy Keatinge of Felderman Keatinge + Associates, will be honored with the award title of Design Legends at the 37th Annual Interiors Awards in New York City on Friday, January 29th.  The Interiors Awards are the architecture and design industry’s most prestigious recognition of singular and collective design achievements, and are hosted by Contract Magazine.

This award signals another milestone for Felderman Keatinge, whose career and reputation as leading innovators has spanned over three decades, with this award serving as a clear indicator of their prominence within the industry, both past and future-tense. Known as pioneers of the “total design concept,” Felderman Keatinge have built an empire on the focus of building an environment that is most suitable for living and working, on a client-focused case-by-case basis.

“The risk in architecture and design is not in being different or innovative, “ say Stanley Felderman and Nancy Keatinge.  “The risk is in remaining static and predictable.  Our goal is not to replicate the familiar – comforting as that may sometimes be.  Our goal is to provide a bridge to the future.”

In the past, Felderman Keatinge have been recognized for a variety of awards, including “Best Executive Office Design” from Interiors magazine, the Southern California Development Forum (SCDF) Design Award, “Restaurant of the Year” from Restaurant and Hotel Design magazine, the RAS Industrial Design Award, and also an Honor Award from the Los Angeles chapter of The American Institute of Architects.  Most recently, in 2015 Felderman Keatinge won the top interior honors at the 45th Annual Los Angeles Architectural Awards from the Los Angeles Business Council for their work on the Legendary Entertainment offices.  Some of Felderman Keatinge’s iconic clients include Legendary Entertainment, Mattel, Creative Artists Agency, Core Media Group, MTV Networks, Disney, Universal Music Group, Samsung Corporation, Sony, Roth, Pillsbury Winthrop, Sheppard Mullin and Drago Centro.  Their work has been featured in the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum.