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Shortlist for Inside: World Festival of Interiors awards announced 

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Global interiors festival Inside has revealed a 41-strong shortlist of projects battling to win prizes at the inaugural World Festival of Interiors

Picked from 143 entries to the awards which recognize excellence in interior design, the 41 projects will now proceed to the final stage of judging which will take place during the festival in November.

Winners of each of the seven prize categories will be announced at an awards ceremony at the World Festival of Interiors in Barcelona.

The Inside shortlist judging panel included Marcus Fairs, Paul Priestman, Eva Jiricna, Suzy Hoodless and Linda Morey Smith.

A further panel of six judges – featuring Ilse Crawford, Andre Fu, Nigel Coates, David Collins, Robert Backhouse and Lyndon Neri – will pick the final Inside award winners from the shortlist live at the festival.

A €200 discount is available for tickets booked before 23 September.

For more information visit the Inside: World Festival of Interiors website


Full shortlist


Bars and restaurants

Table No.1, Shanghai by Neri&Hu Design and Research Office  

M coffee, Tehran by hooba design

Chilango Chancery Lane, London by ‘i-am’ Associates

Mister Close, Melbourne, by Russell & George

Wienerwald Corporate Architecture, Munich, Germany by Ippolito Fleitz Group GmbH  

Niseko Look Out Café, Niseko-Cho, Japan by SEIBU Kensetsu    


Creative re-use

Employee`s cafeteria of a Swiss bank, Zürich, Switzerland by Gessaga Hindermann GmbH

St Barbara Bastions, Valletta, Malta by Architecture Project

Alemanys 5, Girona, Italy by Anna Noguera, arquitecta

Laurens Church, Rotterdam, The Netherlands by Kossmann.dejong       


Culture and civic

Cultural Centre, Zlin, Czech Republic by Eva Jiricna Architects, A.I.Design s.r.o.,

IKSV Salon, Istanbul, Turkey by CM Architecture

Zwi Peres Chajes Synagoge, Vienna, Austria by BEHF Architects               

Football Training Centre, Soweto, South Africa by RUF project

State Theatre Centre of Western Australia, Perth, Australia by Kerry Hill Architects



Victoria and Albert Museum, Ceramics Study Galleries, London, UK by OPERA Amsterdam          

Urbanian Pavilion World Expo Shanghai 2010, Shanghai, China by Kossmann.dejong        

The Johnnie Walker House, Shanghai, China by Asylum Creative

India International Jewellery Show, Mumbai, India by atelier anonyme



Raas Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India by Lotus Praxis

The Waterhouse at South Bund, Shanghai, China by Neri&Hu Design and Research Office

Glass diamond, Murten, Switzerland by GREGO Jasmin Grego & Stephanie Kühnle

Hotel NUTS, Tokyo, Japan by upsetters architects           

Hoxton Hotel Prototype Room, London, UK by Project Orange  

Aman, New Delhi, India by Kerry Hill Architects               

Furama Silom Hotel, Thailand by ASC Interiors



The Black Box, Shanghai, China by Neri&Hu Design and Research Office

Skype offices, Stockholm, Sweden by PS Arkitektur

SWITCH, Tokyo, Japan by Yuko Shibata Office

Bar Code, Singapore by Ministry of Design

Studio SC, São Paulo, Brazil by studiomk27



SWITCH, Tokyo, Japan by Yuko Shibata Office

Ipes house, Brazil by studiomk27

Château d’eau, Steenokkerzeel, Belgium by Bham design studio

Manor House, Oxford, UK by Project Orange

Strelein Warehouse, New South Wales, Australia by ian moore architects




Louis Vuitton New Bond Street, London, UK by Peter Marino Architect

Chanel Soho, New York, US by Peter Marino Architect

Crumpler, Melbourne, Australia by Russell & George

REFUSE, Mexico by Cadena + Asociados Branding



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