Contests | Sep 2, 2016 |
Call for entries: IIDA seeks 'Best of Asia Pacific' design
Boh staff
By Staff

The IIDA is calling for top interior design and architecture across 14 categories for its Best of Asia Pacific Design Awards competition. Projects must be based in the region, but participating design firms may be located elsewhere.

The 2015 winner for Residences—Multifamily: Residence of Tzeng, Hsinchu City, Taiwan, by X-Line Design, Taipei

“The IIDA Best of Asia Pacific Design Awards celebrate the tremendous talent and significant design accomplishments in this region,” said Cheryl S. Durst, IIDA executive vice president and CEO. “With an abundance of cutting-edge design, visionary architecture, and awe-inspiring creativity, we look forward to once again showcasing the forward-thinking design that is shaping how people in the Asia Pacific region experience the built environment.”

This year’s jury includes Avery Miyasato Handy (design director, Ted Moudis Associates); Angie Lee (principal, design director-Interiors, FXFOWLE); and Joey N. Shimoda (chief creative officer, Shimoda Design Group). Entries are due by September 8.

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