D’SIGN’s Weekly Dose: Inside Interior Festival Awards Barcelona
Overview Inside award winners
The Inside Awards – World Festival of Interiors which is held in Barcelona, Spain on the third floor of the Centro de Convenciones Internacionales de Barcelona until the 4th of November. Last Sunday on the 2th of November the winners of the In Inside awards held in Barcelona, Spain are announced. And for this inaugural year, a stellar line-up of judges, Andre Fu, Ilse Crawford, Jaime Hayon, and Paul Priestman. Going true hundreds of entries to a diverse shortlist of 44 completed projects. Those who entered the shortlist will be then pitched against each other, during live presentations.
The Rock, the newest terminal at Wellington International Airport by Warren & Mahoney and Studio Pacific has just been announced as the winner of the transport category at the inaugural Inside awards in Barcelona
Bar Code Office by Singapore studio Ministry of Design. Has just been announced as the winner of the offices category.
Strelein Warehouse by Ian Moore Architects. Has just been announced as the winner of the residential category.The project involved converting a former grocery warehouse in Sydney into a two-storey home
The hotels category award at the inaugural Inside awards in Barcelona goes to NHDRO for The Waterhouse at South Bund
NHDRO transformed the disused Japanese army headquarters in Shanghai into a hotel, maintaining the building’s stripped concrete and brick walls.
Hostem by JamesPlumb. Has just been announced as the winner of the retail category.
Football Training Centre/Soweto by RUFproject, Is the winner of the culture and civic category.
St Barbara Bastions in Malta by Architecture Project has won the creative reuse category.
Finally, Table No.1 by NHDRO wins the bars and restaurants category.
The Ceramics Study Galleries at the Victoria & Albert museum in London by OPERA Amsterdam have just been announced as the winner of the display category.