For interior space of a new or refurbished commercial buildings or public buildings (such as library, school, religious building, museum etc.). Nominees need to highlight how the project managed to fulfil the true potential of a space, maximise the benefit of environmental influences such as natural light, sound, ventilation and incorporate innovative materials and fabrics.
- Submissions can be made by a local warranted Perit, a practising firm of Periti, a qualified professional interior designer or an interior designer with over 5 years working within the industry;
- The projects must have been completed between October 2019 and by the end of November 2022.
Compulsory Entry Requirements
- Documentation on innovative materials used in the project, or their innovative application;
- What measures were taken to reduce the project’s overall environmental impact and how well were those measures carried out.
- Photos showing the before and after of the interior design project;
- Photos of the completed project.
- Form: Through its materiality, spatial layout, colour and clever detailing, is the project clearly recognizable and relevant in its response to its site, audience and intent?
- Function: Does the design positively contribute to making the project work well for the intended use, including for its client, users, and the public at large?
- Impact: Does the design project provide a surprise element? Carry orginality and timelessness? Is it emotional engaging?
- Environmental consideration: What active and passive means were used to assure more efficient use of energy and minimise negative impacts on the ecological environment?
- Innovative: Does the project have originality of concept and thinking? Has the design enabled the project to take a fresh approach? Does it work to improve existing practices? Does it push material and conceptual boundaries?