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INSIDE – World Festival of Interiors announces second set of award category winners Day Two

Singapore, Singapore

INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors


London, United Kingdom, 2015-11-06 –

INSIDE – World Festival of Interiors has announced the five award winners on the second day of the festival at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. The schemes selected demonstrate the strength of creative design around the world with winning projects selected from four different continents.

 

The Shepherd’s Bush Pavilion Hotel in London by Flanagan Lawrence won the Creative Re-use category. The Grade II listed former cinema in west London was transformed into a hotel that preserved the building’s civic pride whilst creating additions including a grand atrium featuring golden hooped balconies that rise to the full height of the structure. The judges described the atrium as “instrumental” to the design and contributed to the creation of an “elegant and sophisticated interior”.

 

A cinema resembling a scene from a disaster movie triumphed in the Civic, Culture & Transport category. ‘Exploded’ in China by One Plus Partnership places cinema-goers at the heart of the action with a chaotic composition of sharp lines and box-like structures to bridge the gap between the big screen and the viewer. 

 

Medibank Workplace by HASSELL grabbed the Offices prize for this major new project in Australia. The project sees the creation of one of the world’s healthiest workplaces and the judges acknowledged the scheme as a key demonstrator for “the power of design”. There was one Highly Commended project in the category for Uralchen Headquarters by Pedra Silva Architects.

 

In the Health and Education category the University of Queensland Oral Health Centre was announced the victor. Designed by Cox Rayner Architects, the project places the craft of dentistry at the heart of the scheme, creating forms and shapes inspired by the profession. Judges commended the project for “humanising a clinical environment [that] re-imagines dental education”. 

 

In the final category of the day, Ward Village Information Centre by Woods Bagot received the Display award. The project reinvents the historic IBM Building in Haiwaii into a sensitive centre of sales and information and offers “a tactile, warm and sensitive” approach. 

 

All of winners will go head to head with the four other category winners from day one of the festival in an attempt to be named World Interior of the Year 2015. The nine category winners will present live to the jury on the final day of the festival. 

 

More images of all the winners are available to download here.

 

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Press kit | 1080-17 - Press release | INSIDE – World Festival of Interiors announces second set of award category winners Day Two - INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors - Event + Exhibition - Shepherd's Bush Pavilion Hotel by Flanagan Lawrence, winner of the Creative Re-use category - Photo credit: Flanagan Lawrence

Shepherd’s Bush Pavilion Hotel by Flanagan Lawrence, winner of the Creative Re-use category

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Flanagan Lawrence

Press kit | 1080-17 - Press release | INSIDE – World Festival of Interiors announces second set of award category winners Day Two - INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors - Event + Exhibition - Exploded by One Plus Partnership, Hong Hong, winner of the Civic culture and Transport category - Photo credit: One Plus Partnership

Exploded by One Plus Partnership, Hong Hong, winner of the Civic culture and Transport category

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One Plus Partnership

Press kit | 1080-17 - Press release | INSIDE – World Festival of Interiors announces second set of award category winners Day Two - INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors - Event + Exhibition -   Medibank Workplace by Hassell, Australia, winner of the Office catagory   - Photo credit: Hassell

Medibank Workplace by Hassell, Australia, winner of the Office catagory

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Hassell

Press kit | 1080-17 - Press release | INSIDE – World Festival of Interiors announces second set of award category winners Day Two - INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors - Event + Exhibition - The University of Queensland Oral Health Centre by Cox Rayner Architects, Australia, Health and Education category<br> - Photo credit: Cox Rayner Architects

Exploded by One Plus Partnership, Hong Hong, winner of the Civic culture and Transport category

Photo credit:
Cox Rayner Architects

Press kit | 1080-17 - Press release | INSIDE – World Festival of Interiors announces second set of award category winners Day Two - INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors - Event + Exhibition - The University of Queensland Oral Health Centre by Cox Rayner Architects, Australia, Health and Education category<br> - Photo credit: Cox Rayner Architects

The University of Queensland Oral Health Centre by Cox Rayner Architects, Australia, Health and Education category

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Cox Rayner Architects

Press kit | 1080-17 - Press release | INSIDE – World Festival of Interiors announces second set of award category winners Day Two - INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors - Event + Exhibition - The University of Queensland Oral Health Centre by Cox Rayner Architects, Australia, Health and Education category<br> - Photo credit:  Cox Rayner Architects

The University of Queensland Oral Health Centre by Cox Rayner Architects, Australia, Health and Education category

Photo credit:
Cox Rayner Architects

Press kit | 1080-17 - Press release | INSIDE – World Festival of Interiors announces second set of award category winners Day Two - INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors - Event + Exhibition - Ward Village Information Centre by Woods Bagot, Australia, winner of the Display category - Photo credit: Cox Rayner Architects

Ward Village Information Centre by Woods Bagot, Australia, winner of the Display category

Photo credit:
Cox Rayner Architects





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