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The Clarke Pavillion-Orinda California,

Published in the May 2008 issue of Architectural Digest http://www.architecturaldigest.com/magazine/toc/2008/05/toc_20080401

David Kesler and Brian Kaye to exhibit a new Seder Plate Design at the Jewish Museum of San Francisco in March 2009.

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Publications and Awards

  • Dog-haus Oakland Museum Competition

    Finalist

  • The Spice Box

    Finalist. Chicago's Spertus Museum's biannual international competition for the design of Judaic objects.

  • Interplan 1995

    Interior Design Trade Show, New York, N.Y. The Lee Apartment; Voted One of The Best Interiors of The 1990's.

  • The Seder Plate

    $10,000 First Prize For a modernist "Seder Plate" designed for an invited international competition sponsored by the Spertus Institute in Chicago.

  • Exhibited and marketed internationally as of October 1996.
  • Light Interpretations

    Catalogue for an exhibition of Hanukkah Menorahs; Winning Design for a candelabra exhibited internationally with other winning entries as the result of a competition sponsored by The Spertus Museum in Chicago, 1995

  • Spertus Museum, Ceremonial Art Finalist,

    1994 International Exhibit.

  • Senior Editor Precis 6, The Journal of the Graduate School of Architecture and Planning of Columbia University 1986
  • Graham Foundation Grant for the Publication of Precis 6.
  • Architectural Record, September 1989;

    Four book reviews: Stanley Tigerman's Architecture and Exile, Anthony Ames Five Houses, George Ranalli's Buildings and Projects, Bernard Tschumi's Cinegrame Folie Parc Du La Villette.