By Justine Testado|
Thursday, Nov 29, 2018
It's Day Two of the INSIDE World Festival of Interiors at RAI Amsterdam and the remaining six category winners of the global interior design competition were just revealed. In case you missed it, here's our announcement of the Day One winners, as well as the World Architecture Festival Day One winners.
On the final day of the competition, the 10 INSIDE category winners will face off one last time for a chance to be crowned the 2018 World Interior of the Year, the overall winning prize.
Check out the Day Two winners below.
Residential Winner: Sunny Apartment by Very Studio and Che Wang Architects
Jury comment: “A refreshing take on spatial organization of a typical unit flat in a Taiwanese housing development in Taichung...A well-researched acoustically designed ceiling which enhances the lightness of this inviting space”.
Residential Highly commended: Lincoln (Brussels, Belgium) by Notan Office
Display winner: Yumin Art Noveau Collection by JAC Studio
Jury comment: “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.”
Civic, Culture & Transport Winner: Australian Embassy by BVN
Jury comment: “Great connection between the urban fabric and the public space with great transition between the Australian and Thai landscape elements.”
Civic, Culture & Transport Highly commended: Lego House (Billund, Denmark) by BIG
Creative Re-use Winner: Francesc Macia 10 – FM10 by studio mk27
Jury comment: “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”.
Creative Re-use Highly commended: Space & Time (Melbourne, Australia) by Russell & George
Hotels winner: TSH Campus Barcelona by The Student Hotel Experience Design Team
Jury comment: “The project serves its exact purposes: to accommodate young people and a creative space that has its own strong identity”.
Bars & Restaurants Winner: Harrison Urby – Entrance Café by Concrete
Jury comment: “A project that goes beyond the interior and spreads out to connect with its neighborhood and people.”
Bars & Restaurants Highly commended: BO SPACE (Hangzhou, China) by WJ Design
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