The wonderful people over at the Society of British and International Design are holding their third annual awards on the 29th November over a luncheon at the Dorchester hotel in London.
The SBID Awards are now well established as a celebration of excellence for interior design across the globe – among the gongs this year were a number in the hospitality sector. The shortlisted finalists in the fourteen categories were drawn from over 30 countries across five continents.
This year’s finalists included the Google Offices in Tel Aviv by Camenzind Evolution; a private residence by The Studio Harrods; the W Hotel in Singapore by the Rockwell Group; Marco Pierre White Grill in Dubai by Stickman; Hotel Maria Cristina in Spain by The Gallery HBA; an exhibition space for the Museum Volkenkunde in the Netherlands by Kossman.dejong; the Mayfair VIP Passenger Terminal at Stansted Airport by Pascall+Watson.
Vanessa Brady, SBID President, said: “The SBID Awards have truly developed into a global event. This year we had a record of just under 400 entries from over 30 countries. There were so many brilliant and innovative projects submitted, deciding on a final shortlist was an extremely difficult task for our team of judges.”
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