• INSIDE World Festival of Interiors Announces Day Two Winners from RAI Amsterdam

    1 December 2018

    INSIDE World Festival of Interiors has today announced the best interior designs of 2018 across the categories of Civic, Culture & Transport, Creative Re-use, Residential, Display, Hotels and Bar & Restaurant. The annual awards encompass the best interior designs from the past 12 months from around the globe. The six category winners announced today are:

    Civic, Culture & Transport
    Winner: Australian Embassy (Bangkok, Thailand) by BVN
    Highly commended: Lego House (Billund, Denmark) by BIG

    The festival judges commented: “Great connection between the urban fabric and the public space with great transition between the Australian and Thai landscape elements.”

    Civic, Culture & Transport Winner: Australian Embassy by BVN (Image credit: John Gollings)


    Creative Re-use
    Winner: Francesc Macia 10 – FM 10 (Barcelone, Spain) by studio mk27
    Highly commended: Space & Time (Melbourne, Australia) by Russell & George

    “A former office block transformed in the most elegant, aesthetically pleasing way, with a great respect towards the earlier distinctive design. The reconfiguration has enhanced the original envelope” said the judges.

    Creative Re-use Winner: Francesc Macia 10 – FM10 by studio mk27 (Image credit: Jona Bjerre Poulsen)


    Winner: Sunny Apartment (Taichung, Taiwan) by Very Studio and Che Wang Architects
    Highly commended: Lincoln (Brussels, Belgium) by Notan Office

    “A refreshing take on spatial organization of a typical unit flat in a Taiwanese housing development in Taichung”, one of the judges commented. She added: “A well-researched acoustically designed ceiling which enhances the lightness of this inviting space”.

    Residential Winner: Sunny Apartment by Very Studio and Che Wang Architects (Image credit: Studio Mill Space + Te-Fan Wang + Very Studio + Che Wang Architects)


    Winner: Yumin Art Noveau Collection (Phoenix Jeju, South Korea) by JAC Studios

    The judges commented: “The existing context, an architecture by Tadao Ando, is respected and a new experience has been created with subtlety. Human sensations are considered: light, bear-footed experience and sitting very close to the floor.”

    Display winner: Yumin Art Noveau Collection by JAC Studio (Image credit: Yoonsung Choi + Jeongyoun Hong + Mathias Kromann Rode)


    Winner: TSH Campus Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain) by The Student Hotel Experience Design Team

    “The project serves its exact purposes: to accommodate young people and a creative space that has its own strong identity” said the judges.

    Hotels winner: TSH Campus Barcelona by The Student Hotel Experience Design Team (Image credit: Luis Beltran)


    Bars & Restaurants
    Winner: Harrison Urby – Entrance Café (Harrison, USA) by Concrete
    Highly commended: BO SPACE (Hangzhou, China) by WJ Design

    Judges commented: “A project that goes beyond the interior and spreads out to connect with its neighborhood and people.”

    Bars & Restaurant Winners: Harrison Urby – Entrance Café by Concrete (Image credit: Concrete)

    The six category winners were announced at the end of day two at INSIDE – World Festival of Interiors and a total of ten category winners will then go head-to-head tomorrow to be named World Interior of the Year 2018.

    As well as the INSIDE Awards programme, visitors to the festival are able to experience an in-depth talks programme exploring this year’s theme of ‘Identity’ examining how crossover design is transforming how we live, work and play. The speaking programme features international interior designers including India Mahdavi, Eva Jiřičná, Partner (AI – DESIGN), Nigel Coates, Christina Seilern and Maria Warner Wong.


    For more details on the WAF and INSIDE Awards and the festival please visit: www.insidefestival.com, www.worldarchitecturefestival.com #WAF18 #INSIDE18 @Insidefestival @worldarchfest





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