Brought to you by World Architecture News, the world's leading global resource for architects, the WAN Furniture & Interior Accessories Awards is open to architects and designers from around the world.

The condition for taking part in the WAN Furniture and Interior Accessories Awards is that the products entered were not available on the market prior to 1 January, 2009. Furniture and accessory collections can be entered as one entry and prototypes; one-off designs and mass-produced products are also all eligible to enter.

The entrance fee is normally £250, but please do take advantage of the 'early registration' discount price of £195, available until 15 May. As long as you register before this date you have until the 30 June 2012 to submit your entry.

This is a unique opportunity to secure work through exposure to our readership of over 230,000 architects, manufacturers and clients from more than 120 countries.

Closes 30 June 2012

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New for this year, all winning and shortlisted entries will be displayed at designjunction - set to be the premier destination at this year's London Design Festival.

Ghislaine Wood is Senior curator specialising in 20th century art and design in the Research Department of the Victoria & Albert Museum. She has curated several major international exhibitions including British Design 1948-2012 (2012), Surreal Things: Surrealism and Design (2007), Art Deco 1910-1939 (2003) and Art Nouveau 1890-1914 (2000).

Manager for the UK and International Divisions of KnollStudio, the luxury furniture manufacturer Justin Pratt has responsibility for guiding the KnollStudio business through its ambitious growth plans.

Sheridan Coakley set up the furniture brand SCP in 1985, at a time when there were very few producers of modern furniture in Britain. He has been credited with launching the careers of design luminaries such as Matthew Hilton, Konstantin Grcic and Jasper Morrison. Nearly three decades on, SCP remains true to its founding idea, to make and sell design products that are functional, beautiful and made to last. In 2010 he won the Best Retail Innovation Award by Elle Decoration in The British Design Awards.

Matthew Hilton's furniture is held in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, the Geffrye Museum, London, and the Manchester City Art Gallery. He was elected a Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) in 2005. In 2007 Matthew launched his company Matthew Hilton Limited.

Donna Wilson set up her company in 2003 after making knitted creatures for her final show at the Royal College of Art. Since then she has built her business designing and making a collection of curious cushions, luxurious lambswool blankets, and a variety of products for the home. Recently crowned 'Designer of the Year' by Elle Decoration Design Awards, Donna runs her studio and workshop in East London.
Eadie armchair mushroom & licorice by Donna Wilson for SCP

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