design et al – The International Design & Architecture Awards
A look at the categories that are about to close for submissions and the recently shortlisted projects set to compete in the 2020 awards…
There are now 12 categories which are almost at capacity and will be closing within the next few weeks. design et al still remain committed to investing £4 Million in PR and Editorial for shortlisted companies in The International Design & Architecture Awards.
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. All awards PR, editorial, digital news edits and magazines will be published as usual. We will continue to expose your work to clients globally during this time.
CATEGORIES REACHING CAPACITY AND DUE TO CLOSE FOR SUBMISSIONS:
As we continue to support and promote the global design industry, we remain inundated with applications from all over the globe. Consequently, various regional and global categories will soon close:
Living Space – Europe: this category refers to the communal areas of a property, such as Living Areas, Dining and Kitchen areas specifically in Europe.
Interior Design Scheme – Global: this category refers to all areas of a property, such as Living Areas, Dining and Kitchen areas, Bedrooms, Bathrooms etc located all around the World.
City Space (Apartment/Penthouse) – Global: this category refers to city based apartments and penthouses, located all around the World.
To review our full list of categories, please click here.
Recently shortlisted projects in The International Design & Architecture Awards 2020…
Maii Interiors – Shortlisted for Living Space (Europe)
Maii Interiors, a Rome based interior design, architectural-engineering firm spearheaded by Federica Squillante Montoro set forth to balance a classical contemporary design scheme within the space of a century old cultural heritage property designed by Richard Noman Shaw (1875). The residence’s property line backs up against the grounds of the Leighton Museum in Kensington.
JSH Algarve – Shortlisted for Luxury Residence (Europe)
This luxurious residence was built for a sports loving family and therefore the design had to give equal focus to both the interior and exterior spaces. The design had to take advantage of the Portuguese climate, whilst also making the most of the spacious interiors where they could practice yoga, make use of the spa and recuperate in the cinema room.
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