World Interiors News received over 100 entries for the Emerging Interior Practice of the Year and Interior Practice of the Year Awards 2015.
After much debate, deliberation and discussion, the judges have reached a consensus on the shortlist. Congratulations to all of you who were shortlisted, it was an extraordinary launch of these new awards with outstanding entries from across the globe.
The winners will be announced at our Award’s Ceremony at the Sky Garden, London on 02 December. We’ll be celebrating the outstanding achievements of this year’s shortlisted entries, enjoying a glass or two of Prosecco, delicious canapés and wine surrounded by the most spectacular views of London.
For more information about tickets or the event email steven.penney@worldinteriorsnews.com or robert.stuart@worldinteriorsnews.com. Alternatively, call Steven or Robert on +44 (0) 1273 201117 to reserve your place at what promises to be the defining event in the design calendar.
EMERGING INTERIOR PRACTICE
OF THE YEAR AWARD 2015
‘I liked the global nature of all the submissions; there was not a single genre, which I think is quite refreshing. I thought all the submissions had a reference point that was genuine and authentic, which I find quite enchanting as we move forward in the world of emerging practices. There were obviously some practices that are still very young and still need to grow, but I would encourage them to resubmit in future years, I think that is really important because this award is all about wanting to know more - it’s all about the future.
– Rowan Lodge, Head of Retail Design and Development, Aesop
We were delighted with the response to our first Emerging Interior Practice of the Year Awards, which included an impressive spread of global entries from Australia to Mexico and everywhere in between. We saw a hot dog shop in Shanghai, a clothing store in Mexico City, a beautiful loft apartment for a family in Berlin, and a unique butcher in Double Bay, Australia.
The judging panel consisted of leading industry experts: Dr Harriet Harriss - Royal College of Art, Vicky Charles – Design Director, Soho House & Co, Jenny Jones – Founder, Studio Jenny Jones, Lewis Taylor – Design Director, David Collins Studio and Rowan Lodge – Head of Retail Design and Development, Aesop.
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