design et al – The International Design & Architecture Awards
Here at design et al, our staff will be working remotely for the time-being, maintaining regular business hours and promoting the best design projects throughout the world. All awards PR, editorial, digital news edits and magazines will be published as usual. Every part of the business will continue to work in the same way. Over the coming days and weeks will be adding to our global communication with additional new edits and PR on a global level to help keep this industry moving.
As publishers for the design industry globally, we feel it is vitally important that we continue to share your work, promote your new collections, endorse new ideas and innovations and show the design world just how strong we are as a community. We may not be able to travel to conferences, overseas meetings and events for a while, but we at design et al, will do all we can to expose your work to clients globally during this time.
If you’ve got projects that you think could compete in The International Design & Architecture Awards, these are some examples of the American and Global categories that we have with a brief explanation of what we expect for each category:
Living Space – Americas: this category refers to the communal areas of a property, such as Living Areas, Dining and Kitchen areas specifically in the Americas.
Living Space – Global: this category refers to the communal areas of a property, such as Living Areas, Dining and Kitchen areas on a global scale.
Interior Design Scheme – Americas: this category refers to all areas of a property, such as Living Areas, Dining and Kitchen areas, Bedrooms, Bathrooms etc specifically in the Americas.
Luxury Residence – Americas: this category refers to all areas of a property, with a focus on the most luxurious projects. We would expect, for example, to see Home Cinemas, Swimming Pools etc as well as the usual areas of the property like Living Areas, Dining and Kitchen areas, Bedrooms, Bathrooms etc specifically in the Americas.
To review our full list of Regional and Global categories, please click here.
The design of this exquisite $15.5 million penthouse property speaks to the level of quality and stellar amenities within its host building, 181 Fremont. The concept and floor plan lend it to both formal and informal gatherings as well as luxurious living on a grand scale.
Kendall Wilkinson Design have been shortlisted for Cityspace (Apartment/Penthouse) – Global Award in The International Design & Architecture Awards 2020.
Background: He began his career in New York as an intern for the avant-garde architect Peter Eisenman, which led to a full-time position at Gwathmey Siegel & Associates, where he was mentored by the legendary Charles Gwathmey. In 1999, he and Gray Davis founded Meyer Davis Studio as a full-service design firm with both residential and commercial projects.
Will’s Advice: Gray and I always like to celebrate the beauty and natural characteristics of materials that we use and we have found that by having clean counter point to those materials allows one to appreciate the qualities of the material. The natural characteristics of materials will always be timeless.
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