We Go Dutch: The Great Indoors Award i29 interior architect
Won by i29 interior architects
The winners of The Great Indoors Award in ware announced in the Timmerfabriek in Maastricht, Holland. And this year The international award for best interior design went to March Studio, i29 interior architects, Tatzu Nishi and Nezu Aymo Architects in collaboration with Superflex.
The March Studio won in the category March Studio Show & Sell with the design for the stores of the company Aesop in Paris and Melbourne. The jury was very impressed with the wide use of natural materials in the design.
i29 interior architects architectural firm won in the category Concentrate & Cellebrate. The Tribal interior has won the award by the warmth of the material in the Amstelveen (Holland) area.
The Japanese Tatzu Nishi won the prize in the Relax & Consume for the construction of a temporary hotel (The Merlion Hotel) around an urban conservation area in Singapore.
The category Serve & Facilitate was won by the agency Nezu Aymo architects in collaboration with Superflex. There design of a public toilet in Heerhugowaard, (Holland) which is similar to that of the United Nations Security Council in New York, the jury says: They combine art with functionality.
The Great Indoors Award is presented by the organizers Frame Magazine, Marres in Maastricht and the NAiM. The organization wants the price to show the possibilities of temporarily design in your home.
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