Design Awards Benefits

The Museum presents its annual Henry Award to someone (or occasionally a company) who has made exceptional contributions to the development of design in California. The award is named for Henry C. Keck designer of one of the most widely seen examples of California design in the country, the Roadside Barrier Light, Keck-Craig Associates, Pasadena (1967)

The museum’s Award Benefits have been held at such significant venues as:

A. Quincy Jones’ Gary Cooper House, Holmby Hills,;Steven Ehrlich’s home, Venice; Lloyd Wright’s Snowdon House, Los Feliz; Eames/Saarinen Case Study House #9, Pacific Palisades; Frank Israel’s Dan House, Malibu; Buff and Hensman’s King House, Pasadena; JF Chen@1135, Highland Avenue Arts District.

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2015 Award Benefit and Auction
honoring Frank Gehry
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honoring Frances Anderton
2012 Benefit and Auction
honoring California's Designing Women
2011 Benefit and Auction
honoring Peter Shire
2010 Benefit and Auction
honoring Charles and Ray Eames 
2009 Benefit and Auction
honoring Rudi Gernreich 
2008 Benefit and Auction
honoring Jerome and Evelyn Ackerman
2007 Benefit and Auction
honoring Heath Ceramics 
2006 Benefit and Auction
honoring Architectural Pottery 
2005 Benefit and Auction
honoring Charles Hollis Jones