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Meet Our 2015 Young Guns Winners!

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This officially wraps Curbed awards season 2015. Catch up on all our coverage of the 2015 class of Young Guns, honoring designers working in every discipline, from floral design to urban planning to woodworking to development.


Q&A: Introducing the 2015 Young Guns class with a group interview about unconventional paths to design, what makes their jobs rewarding, and who our winners would nominate for the honor.

Profile: Germane Barnes, an urban planner reviving a community in Florida through design, not gentrification

Photo by Mark Wickens.
Photo by Mark Wickens.

Profile: Landscape designer Gwen Schantz champions a green roof revolution by thinking at every scale

Profile: San Francisco woodworker Danny Montoya teaches young students skills for life

Profile: Experimental glassblower John Hogan fuses design and art in his Seattle studio

Profile:The subversive, stunning floral arrangements of boundary-pushing designer in Los Angeles, Sarah Lineberger

Profile:A pair of traditionally-trained sign painters in Detroit help spur local business

Inside the ASH NYC studio. Photos by Paul Barbera.
Inside the ASH NYC studio. Photos by Paul Barbera.

Profile: Where design meets development meets blue-chip vintage furniture, in a collaborative studio in New York, ASH NYC

Profile: LA-based Natalie Myers makes interior decorating accessible by structuring her business differently and creating good, clean design

Profile: Graphic designer Ben Keen visualizes the New York City skyline before it's built

· All Young Guns 2015 coverage [Curbed]