The Saatchi Gallery in London hosted some of the most distinguished figures in architecture and design at the ceremony for this year’s World Interiors News Annual Awards. Guests from across the globe joined writer, broadcaster and design critic Tom Dyckhoff in celebrating the designs that made the biggest impact on the cultural landscape of the past year.
World Interiors News Awards winners
Each year, the World Interiors News Awards aim to divulge cutting-edge products and inspiring projects from around the globe. This year, the winners were chosen from a pool of 610 entries from 53 countries, by a panel of 30 international judges.
Read on for the noted furniture, interiors, and accessories.
Bar Interiors: Gamsei by Beuro Wagner
Furniture: Wire Lounge Chair by Overgaard and Dyrman
Hotel Interiors: Al Khan Resort by Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq)
Interior Accessories: Soe Cup Series by Hanna Kruse
Leisure or Entertainment Venues: Nanchang Insun International Cinema by One Plus Partnership Limited
Lighting Products: Dusk by ByBeau
Lighting Projects: Heathrow Terminal 2, The Queen's Terminal by StudioFRACTAL and Hoare Lea Lighting
Museum or Exhibition Space: Museum of Old and New Art by Fender Katsalidis
Public Sector: Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum by HGA Architects and Engineers
Residential Interiors: Loft MM by C.T. Architects
Restaurant Interiors: Kinugawa by Gilles & Boissier
Retail Interiors less than 2,000 square feet: Spun by Nick Leigh-Smith Architecture and Design
Retail Interiors greater than 2,000 square feet: Concept Lochristi Store by King George Creative Agency
Workspace Interiors less than 100,000 square feet: T2 Headquarters by Landini Associates
Workspace Interiors more than 100,000 square feet: Federal Center South Building 1202 by ZGF Architects
The 2015 Awards will open for entries on Jan. 5. For more information contact Liz Naven at firstname.lastname@example.org or Steve Penney at email@example.com.
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