Inside Awards 2014 is now open for entries
Do you have what it takes to be the next big thing in design and interiors? The Inside World Festival of Interiors Awards 2014 is now open for entries from across the globe.
The awards programme forms the core of the festival and will be judged by more than 20 international designers and editors. Architect David Kohn, winner of last year’s prize with his Carrer Avinyo apartment in Barcelona will join the jury alongside other major names in international design, including Nigel Coates (now Associate Director of the Festival), Matteo Thun, Jaya Ibrahim, Pernilla Ohrstedt, Joey Ho and Voon Wong.
Projects can be entered in 13 different categories, ranging from grand civic spaces and transportation hubs to bars, clubs and shops.
Designers of shortlisted entries will travel to Singapore to present their designs live to judges and delegates. And the World Interior of the Year winner will be revealed at a gala awards dinner on 3 October.
The awards runs concurrently with World Architecture Festival and together they promote the world’s biggest international architecture and interior design awards programme. More than 500 entries were submitted in 2013, with 2,100 attendees at the Festivals.
Paul Finch, programme director, said: “The awards programme is a marvellous opportunity to showcase how designers
are responding to challenges, some similar, some specific to their area or region, in ways that address creatively the needs of clients and users. Entries provide a snapshot of current concerns and trends, and we look forward to seeing more great designs from the widest range of professional practices.”
The closing date for all entries is 30 May 2014 and for full details of this year’s event and to enter the awards visit, insidefestival.com
Images courtesy of Jose Hevia Blach and David Kohn Architects (2013 winning project)
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