This year’s Inside Award revealed the shortlist of interior design projects. It includes a museum and gallery in Tasmania, a Roberto Cavalli concept store in Bangkok and a London apartment with a floating steel staircase.
Idunsgate Residence by Haptic Architects, Oslo, Norway
The festival will represent interiors from all over the world. It will take place on 2-4 of October in Singapore.
The shortlist also includes Neri&Hu’s Shanghai office interior with raw concrete and angular meeting rooms and Vo Trong Nghia’s Vietnamese factory renovation featuring brick and bamboo.
Sustainable Industries Education Centre, Tonsley Tafe by MPH Architects, Adelaide, Australia (category – creative re-use)
This year there are 60 nominations from 21 countries in nine different categories. The winners will be announced during the festival. An overall winner is going to receive the World Interior of the Year title.
Cine Times by One Plus Partnership Limited, Hong Kong, China (category – civic, culture and transport)
Arkwright by Haptic Architects, Oslo, Norway (category – office)
Nine categories are as follows:
Mott32 by Joyce Wang Studio, Hong Kong, China (category – bars and restaurants)
Regional Terminal at Christchurch Airport by BVN Donovan Hill in association with Jasmax, Christchurch, New Zealand (category – civic, culture and transport)
Architect’s office at Kim Yam Road by Park + Associates Pte Ltd, Singapore (category – creative re-use)
Zen Resort & Spa Sales & Exhibition Center by Taiwan DaE International Design Career, Yichun, China (category – display)
Dalarna Media Library by ADEPT, Falun, Sweden (category – education and health)
Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok by PIA Interior Company Limited, Thailand (category – hotels)
Architects 0ffice by Spaces Architects.ka, New Delhi, India (category – offices)
X intiandi Penthouse by Joyce Wang Studio, Shanghai, China (category – residential)
Adriano Zumbo Patisserie by Elenberg Fraser, Melbourne, Australia (category – retail)