Interior Practice of the Year 2015

About the award

The Interior Practice of the Year will be awarded to a design practice that demonstrates devotion to elevating the art of interior design. Our distinguished panel of industry experts will be looking for evidence of all-round design excellence, regardless of the size of the practice.

 

Submission format & guidelines  

International Interiors practices that have been established for more than five years are invited to compete.

You are invited to submit 5 projects completed after July 1st 2010. Examples can be from any sector with a minimum of 3 examples dealing with spatial or environmental projects. One project may be conceptual/unbuilt

The format for your submission should be a single A3 pdf presentation (landscape or portrait) consisting of a maximum of 10 single sided pages. 

As this is an award for the Interior Practice of the year, a great way to start would be to introduce your practice and the story behind its inception. This should be a brief overview introducing the key staff and their vision. Please include any relevant dates and locations, as well as projected plans for the future. All of this information should be submitted as a single presentation. 

Please include images and text along with technical information, which may include: sketches, diagrams and plans.

Please remember, for judging purposes, your submission will be printed, so the resolution of all presentations should be at least 300 dpi. If you have any problems, please email: steven.penney@worldinteriorsnews.com

Entrants are responsible for providing copyright information for all images. Any uncredited images received, will by default, be credited to the architect or designer.

A condition for taking part is that the submitted projects should have been completed by the practice

Please submit only 1 presentation showing up to 5 projects.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: For guidelines on what makes a great presentation, please click HERE

How to enter  

You are invited to submit your entry online - you can do this via the green 'Enter Now' button on the category page or by clicking HERE

If you have already registered or entered the competition previously, you will be able to click 'login' and use your existing username (usually your email address) and password.

If you are registering for the first time, you will need to ‘sign up’ with your email address, company details and address. PR Companies should enter the name of the designer or practice they are registering on behalf of.

Once registered and after logging in, please follow the instructions to pay for your entry by card, ensuring that you select the correct category you wish to enter. Once payment has been completed, you will receive an invoice confirming this and you will then be able to upload your presentation as a competition entry.

Once your entry has been submitted, it will no longer be available to edit. Please note that when you upload your project, it will not immediately appear on the website as this has to be approved by one of the team here at WIN. We will endeavour to publish all entries as quickly as possible.

If you do not wish to pay online, WIN can take payment by bank transfer or cheque. To do this, please contact steven.penney@worldinteriorsnews.com

Judging criteria  

You are invited to submit 5 projects completed after July 1st 2010. Examples can be from various disciplines with a minimum of 3 examples dealing with spatial or environmental projects. One project may be conceptual.

The jury will be looking for a practice that demonstrates some, or all of the following attributes;

  • Conceptual and implementation excellence
  • An understanding of interactivity with user
  • Innovation
  • Clarity of intention
  • Rigour
  • Creativity and originality
  • Spatial dexterity
  • Material and lighting cohesion
  • Attitude to context

Benefits of entering  

Entrants will receive considerable media coverage and have their work showcased to our global community of over 158,000 architects, designers, developers and clients – boosting both their profile and their commercial potential. In fact, many of our award winners have testified that the global exposure gained contributed significantly to their business success. Plus, all winning and shortlisted entries will be published in a Special Winners issue of INSIDE, our monthly round-up of the latest news, views and issues from the world of interior design.  

From our media partners, v2com newswire, all winners will receive a gift-certificate for 1 dedicated press kit to be distributed on v2com newswire.

The competition stages  

A long list of entries will be selected after the closing date. From the long list, a shortlist will be selected after a further stage of judging before an overall winner is chosen.

The winner will be announced at the World Interiors News Awards ceremony to be held on 02 December at Sky Garden, 20 Fenchurch Street, London.

Cost  

The entrance fee is £195 GBP per submission. VAT will be added to UK entries

Please note registration is not complete until payment has been received.

No refunds are available once entries have been purchased.

Discounts  

Entries received before 28 August will receive a 15% Early Bird discount (£165.00 GBP)

If paying by cheque, please make this payable to:

Built Environment Media
Accounts dept.
15-17 Middle Street
Brighton
East Sussex
BN1 1AL
United Kingdom.

For the latest news and information on the awards, please follow @WInteriorsNews 

Deadline  

The closing date for the Interior Practice of the Year Award is 30 September 2015

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Winner

  • Snøhetta

Shortlist

  • Landini Associates
  • Make Architects
  • Snøhetta
  • Studiofibre
  • Design by Richard Lindvall
  • David Kohn Architects
  • i29 interior architects
  • Autoban
  • Meyer Davis Studio Inc.
  • Johnson Naylor LLP

Longlist

  • Barzileye Concept & Design
  • Landini Associates
  • Make Architects
  • Shani Hay Design ltd
  • Giorgio Borruso Design
  • Cadena + Asoc. Concept Design
  • II BY IV DESIGN
  • ARRCC
  • Snøhetta
  • Studiofibre
  • Design by Richard Lindvall
  • Gabellini Sheppard Associates
  • Baker Design Group
  • Cecconi Simone
  • MCM Architecture
  • Shimoda Design Group
  • David Kohn Architects
  • studio makkink & bey
  • Tinker imagineers
  • Evolution Design
  • Chalk Architecture Ltd.
  • pS Arkitektur
  • BllendDesignOffice
  • Ofist
  • i29 interior architects
  • Autoban
  • NoChintz
  • Meyer Davis Studio Inc.
  • Pascoe Interiors Ltd
  • UnSPACE
  • Johnson Naylor LLP
  • Interior Design Philosophy
  • Jestico + Whiles

All entries

  • Ofist
  • Acrylicize
  • The Gettys Group
  • Barzileye Concept & Design
  • Landini Associates
  • Make Architects
  • Spaceroom Design, Lda
  • Studio Insign
  • Davis Ink Limited
  • Shani Hay Design ltd
  • Minarc
  • Giorgio Borruso Design
  • M1/DTW LLC
  • Tirmizi Campbell
  • Cadena + Asoc. Concept Design
  • KKS Strategy LLP
  • II BY IV DESIGN
  • James Plumb
  • Project Orange
  • Studio Farris Architects
  • The Gettys Group
  • NH Interiors.co.uk
  • ARRCC
  • Snøhetta
  • Studiofibre
  • Design by Richard Lindvall
  • Gabellini Sheppard Associates
  • Baker Design Group
  • Cecconi Simone
  • MCM Architecture
  • McBride Charles Ryan
  • TURINA&Co
  • Shimoda Design Group
  • CallisonRTKL
  • David Kohn Architects
  • studio makkink & bey
  • Tinker imagineers
  • Evolution Design
  • Bensley Deslgn Studios
  • wei yi international design associates
  • Chalk Architecture Ltd.
  • pS Arkitektur
  • BllendDesignOffice
  • Ofist
  • Banozic Architecture/Scenography
  • i29 interior architects
  • Autoban
  • Blainey North and Associates
  • NoChintz
  • Casa Forma
  • Meyer Davis Studio Inc.
  • Pascoe Interiors Ltd
  • Ray Evolution Design
  • UnSPACE
  • Johnson Naylor LLP
  • heri&salli
  • Interior Design Philosophy
  • Jestico + Whiles

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