PRLog - March 1, 2010 - BOSTON -- Boston, MA – Stephanie Horowitz, AIA, was announced as a winner of New England Home magazine’s first-ever 5 Under 40 Awards, which distinguish the hottest emerging talent in residential design in New England. Eligible categories include professionals in interior design, furniture, home accessories and architecture.
5 Under Forty Award
Kyle Hoepner, editor-in-chief of New England Home, praised this inaugural class as "standouts in a whole stratum of gifted younger designers in New England. With our 5 Under 40 awards we look forward to focusing much-deserved attention on the work and ideas of tomorrow's design stars."
As Managing Director of ZeroEnergy Design, an architecture and mechanical design firm, Stephanie has created award winning modern, sustainable architecture throughout New England. Her work recently garnered three prestigious PRISM Awards including ‘Most Innovative Single Family Green Design’, a CoTY Award, and a regional award for the Sub-Zero/Wolf Kitchen Design Contest.
“I’m thrilled and honored to be selected among such a distinguished pool of nominees,” said Stephanie. “ZeroEnergy Design and our clients have pushed the envelope in both modern design and high performance homes, and I look forward to continuing this effort.”
ZeroEnergy Design’s Truro Residence was recently featured on the cover of Design New England, while the firm’s English Residence is featured in the new Spring 2010 issue of Boston Home magazine.
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About the Architect: Stephanie Horowitz, AIA
Stephanie Horowitz applies the design excellence and technical rigor associated with commercial architecture to custom residential projects. As Managing Director at ZeroEnergy Design, Stephanie manages projects that range from the architecture of zero energy residential developments to custom LEED Certified homes. Stephanie's primary area of expertise lies in originating a vision, then translating green design from concept into reality. Stephanie is a graduate of the Cornell University School of Architecture, has served as a Guest Lecturer at Northeastern University, is a Certified Passive House Consultant, and a Massachusetts Registered Architect.