Fifteen crystal trophies will be given out to winners of the Society of British Interior Design (SBID) Awards at the traditional English afternoon tea ceremony in London on Nov. 30.
The competition attracted contract and residential design entries from leading brands and new talent from over 27 countries.
Best Contract Product
The Contract sector winners are: Dornbracht for Best Product, Studio Lux for Best Technology, Moriyuki Ochiai Architects and Kris Lin Interior Design for Best Commercial Space, VONSUNG for Best Entertainment Space, BG Studio for Best Transport and Medical Architecture for Best Innovation.
Best Interior Design Project under 25k
The Residential sector winners are: Caple for Best Product, Maria Pellizzoni Design for Best Interior Design Project under 25k, 1508 London for Best Interior Design Project over 25K, Nataly Bolshakova for Best Visualization, Paul McAneary for Best Space Planning and Increation for Best KBB Project and Product.
Best Interior Design Project over 25k
The judging panel consisted of the following internationally acclaimed industry names: Professor Jimmy Choo OBE, David Lewis of Sunseeker London, Peter Bierwirth of the European Hotel Managers’ Assosication, Inge Moore of Hirsch Bedner & Associates, Group Editor for FX, X2, Blueprint magazines Theresa Dowling, Veronika Miller of Modenus, Nerio Alessandri of Technogym, Pasquale Natuzzi and Carolina Calzada of Mix Publications & Global Color Research, Patrick Taylor of Taylist Media and Simon Joy of Poltrona Frau.
SBID will also announce a surprise Overall Winner from both sectors at the awards ceremony.
Best Contract Innovation
SBID is the standard-bearer organization of the profession of interior design in Britain and represents members in practice, higher education and the industry. The organization supports the profession locally, nationally and internationally and is part of a global network of over 50,000 designers who are professionally accredited.
For more information on the winners and to view the complete list of finalists, click here.
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