Get your work recognised – the Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards is now inviting interior designers from around the region to enter their best work.
July 17th, 2014
Top image: Hotel Space (2013 Gold winner) – Xi-an Westin Museum Hotel by Neri&Hu Design and Research Office
Now in its 22nd year, the Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards (APIDA) returns to give recogition to outstanding interiors and their designers across the Asia Pacific region.
The awards is open to both professionals and students, and projects can be entered in a total of 10 categories covering a full-spectrum of spaces that facilitate our day-today living. They include: Shopping Space; Food Space; Work Space; Public Space; Installation & Exhibition Space; Living Space; Leisure & Entertainment Space; Hotel Space; Sample Space; and Student.
There are two rounds of judging, with the shortlist for the final round to be reviewed by an illustrious international jury panel which this year includes Johannes Torpe, Founder of Johannes Torpe Studio, Denmark; Iijima Naoki, President of Iijima Naoki Design Studio and President of Japan Commercial Environmental Design Association, Japan; and Kenneth Ko, Director and Chief Designer of Kenneth Ko Designs, Hong Kong, just to name a few.
Previous APIDA winners include well-known projects such as The Commune Social and the Nanchang Insun International Cinema.
Submission deadline is 22 August 2014. For more information, visit apida.hk
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