Paint manufacturer Benjamin Moore will present its annual HUE Awards on March 27 to recognize the outstanding use of color in architecture and design.

Honorees are Danielle Bokor of Bokor Consulting, Woodmere, N.Y., for her residential interiors; Studios Architecture of San Francisco, for its contract interiors; and Donald Lococo Architects of Washington, D.C., for residential exteriors. Each architect or firm will receive a crystal HUE sculpture and a $5,000 cash prize.

Benjamin Moore also will honor the father and son team of Legoretta + Legoretta with a HUE Lifetime Achievement Award for the adventurous and extravagant use of bold color in nearly all of the firm's work.

Another special recognition, the HUE Award for Social Responsibility, will be given to Make It Right, the initiative led by Brad Pitt and supported by the team of William McDonough + Partners, GRAFT, and the Cherokee Gives Back Foundation to rebuild the Lower 9th Ward in New Orleans.