02 Dec
World Interiors News Winners Announced
World Interiors News Winners Announced
World Interiors News Winners Announced
World Interiors News Winners Announced
World Interiors News Winners Announced

World Interiors News Winners Announced

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The Sky Garden in London, played host to the most distinguished figures in architecture and design at the World Interiors News Awards on 02 December 2015. over 250 guests from 30 countries across the globe joined journalist, reporter and presenter of the BBC's The Money Programme, Libby Potter, for the evening to celebrate the designs that made the biggest impact on the cultural landscape over the past year. Surrounded by the most spectacular views of London's skyline, we honoured this year's winners. The winners are as follows: Bars Royal Court Theatre Bar and Kitchen Refurbishment, London, United Kingdom by Lyndon Goode Architects with Citizens Design Bureau, United Kingdom ‘This project is simple, understated and classy and really captures the spirit of the Royal Court.’ Furniture Sail Bench, Verchères, Canada by Les Ateliers Guyon, Canada ‘Absolutely stunning. You can’t help but smile when you see this; full of charm with a lovely story’ and Beynon, London, United Kingdom by Beynon, United Kingdom ‘A simple concept with lovely details. Very versatile with some great detailing’ Hotels The Heritage House Hotel, Yangzhou, China by HWCD Associates, China ‘There’s a lot of detail. It sends a message out to the world about trying to get hotel design quality up to this level’ and Doubletree by Hilton Melbourne ‐ Flinders Street, Melbourne, Australia by M&L Hospitality, Dreamtime Australia Design & Mill Interiors, Australia ‘The fusion of contemporary dressing and lighting works beautifully and respectfully against the historic location and backdrop’ Surface & Interior Accessories Voltasol - the rolling flower pot, Andorra la Vella, Andorra by Studio BAG Disseny, Spain ‘Why hasn’t it been done before? Fun and new; really great’ Leisure or Entertainment Venues The Everyman Theatre, Liverpool, United Kingdom by Haworth Tompkins with Citizens Design Bureau United Kingdom ‘A space that encourages social interaction while the structure, materials and finishes play a supporting role – tasteful and robust.’ Lighting Products Iris, Berlin, Germany by NEO/CRAFT, Germany ‘There is something really beautiful in the actual material of the light. The light represents the discovery of a new technique and real innovation. An absolute showstopper’ Lighting Projects Kings Cross Square, london, United Kingdom by studioFRACTAL, United Kingdom ‘The lighting of this amazing and imaginative pavilion is well integrated with the central ideas behind Wolfgang Buttress’ concept…simple and well executed’ and UK Pavilion, Milan Expo 2015, Milan, Italy by BDP, Wolfgang Buttress & Stage One, United Kingdom ‘One of the best London lighting schemes in 10 years. Extremely elegant design; there’s as much to what they’ve chosen not to light as what they have’ Museum or Exhibition Spaces Room on the Roof, Amsterdam, Netherlands by i29 interior architects, Netherlands ‘It is playful in its approach to domesticity, the artistic process and the city. Wonderful clarity of form, colour and light support the experience.’ Public Sector Roedean School, Brighton, United Kingdom by BuckleyGrayYeoman, United Kingdom ‘A completely new aesthetic for a school, sophisticated yet playful; a breath of fresh air.’ Residential Interiors Tribeca Loft, New York, United States by Andrew Franz Architect, PLLC, United States of America ‘The perfect loft home - Fabulous. Organic and natural’ and Liangjian Guo's Flat, Beijing, China by Beijing Newsdays Architectural Design Co., Ltd, China ‘Very minimalist with good use of symmetry - This project is lovely, full of interest. Very cool’ Residential Development Interiors The Mellier, London, United Kingdom by Studio Mackereth Ltd, United Kingdom ‘Brave, curated, modern. Not what you’d typically expect for that market. They’ve trusted the designer to do this properly’ Restaurants The Kettle Black, Melbourne, Australia by Studio You Me, Australia ‘Here is a great example of less is more to create a dynamic design and the bold use of colour, artwork, texture and lighting still create an inspiring approach with a simple pared back palate of colour and material.’ Retail Interiors Less Than 200 SQ. M Milk Tea & Pearl, London, United Kingdom by Y A O, United Kingdom ‘Really clever use of space, simple idea, beautiful detail.’ and SUMIYOSHIDO kampo lounge, clinic for acupuncture and moxibustion, Aichi, Japan by id, Japan ‘Clear and comprehensively imagined, so cleverly done’ Retail Interiors Greater Than 200 SQ. M Made Soho, London, United Kingdom by Bureau de Change Architects, United Kingdom ‘Really clever and dynamic. Incredibly versatile with a highly sophisticated interior solution that will raise peoples’ perception of the brand’ and The Row - Melrose Place, Los Angeles, California, United States by Montalba Architects, Inc., United States of America ‘Pushing the barriers of selling concept in a different way creating a completely new experience. Very high end and exclusive…seems very successful’ Workspace Interiors Less Than 10,000 SQ. M Open, tel aviv, Israel by studio dan troim, Israel ‘This is fun with some grown up sophistication brought on by the industrial elements’ Workspace Interiors Greater Than 10,000 SQ. M Medibank Workplace, Melbourne, Australia by HASSELL, Australia ‘It’s been researched so well and has a design flare like some other projects but this takes it to another level. This scheme is incredible, awe-inspiring.’ Emerging Interior Practice of the Year Linehouse , Hong Kong ‘What I feel most appealing about this particular practice and their work is the feeling of intrigue. Linehouse handles each project in a very unexpected way from a Wild West themed hot dog shop to creating beauty within a clothing and footwear store. My overriding feeling is that I want to see more from this practice’ Interior Practice of the Year Snøhetta ,Norway ‘Snøhetta’s work shows a lovely use of materials. Very clean execution and very carefully planned out architecturally with good interior details and a fresh approach to each project. They justly deserve their reputation as a company that creates unique interiors that are both well-conceived and beautifully executed’ World Interiors News would like to thank our headline sponsor, Italian furniture design company, MOROSO; sponsor of the Residential Development category – CBRE Residential London; sponsor of the Residential Interiors category – GIRA; sponsors of the Hotels category – Alger-Triton and our partners for the Interior Practice awards – Aesop, who provided fabulous gift bags – an early festive treat for our attendees. " Thank you so much for a fabulous night last night, great venue, and brilliant atmosphere. The whole experience from judging to the ceremony was exceptional!" - Tracey Wiles, Partner at Make Architects
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