A clean, classic, elegant evening in white was the theme for the 2010 Southeast Designer & Architect of the Year Awards and ADAC’s 50th Anniversary. The Atlanta Decorative Arts Center, built by John Portman in 1960, is now recognized as one of the country’s most prestigious resources for residential and contract furnishings. ADAC’s collection of 80 elite showrooms is the epitome of interior design nirvana for designers, architects and builders across the Southeast. The May event, intended to honor both the 50th Anniversary and the 2010 Southeast Designer & Architect of the Year nominees, was held at the luxe Fairfield House and catered by Affairs to Remember. As guests mingled throughout the stunning private home and around the sleek pool, they enjoyed the sounds of a flamenco guitarist from Lee J. Howard Entertainment. Elegant white orchids topped the tables, fading into a pristine background that allowed the colorful personalities in attendance to take center stage. Images by PWP Studio.
Venue: Fairfield House | Photography: PWP Studio | Decor: Event Design Group | Music: Lee J. Howard Entertainment | Catering & Planning: Affairs to Remember | Rentals: Peachtree Tents & Events