Restaurants

WIN Awards 2018 Winners' Ceremony

WAN Editorial

16 Nov 2018

Neal Aronowitz Design’s Whorl Console table, Philipp Aduatz’s Digital Chaiselongue and Daniel Boddam’s Monument furniture collection have been shortlisted in the World Interiors News Awards 2018. These are just three of eight outstanding and innovative designs competing to win the Furniture Award in this year’s WIN Awards.   The WIN Awards are now in their ninth

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WIN Awards 2018 Winners' Ceremony

WAN Editorial

16 Nov 2018

Commercial branding is making its debut at the World Interiors News Awards 2018 and six design studios are in the running for this inaugural award. The new Commercial Branding Concept Award recognises cutting edge design in diverse environments, from wayfinding to corporate branding and restaurants to an optician for children.   The WIN Awards are now in their ninth year and this year are

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WIN Awards Interior Practice of the Year Award shortlist

WAN Editorial

14 Nov 2018

Six design practices creating some of today’s top interiors are competing to win the prestigious Interior Practice of the Year Award in the World Interiors News Awards 2018. The strong shortlist includes practices based in London, Amsterdam, Milan, Hong Kong and Shanghai. The winner’s name will be announced at a magnificent black tie dinner taking place at the London Hilton Bankside

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WIN Awards 2018 Ceremony

WAN Editorial

09 Nov 2018

More than 130 of the world’s top interior projects and products have made the shortlist for the World Interiors News Awards 2018. These elite awards showcase the very best global creativity and talent in interior design across more than 20 categories, covering interior products, practice, projects and branding concepts. The winners’ names will be announced at a prestigious black tie

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Héroine

Modiste

05 Jul 2018

The building that houses Héroine, a fine dining restaurant and cocktail bar, is a venerable modernist monument of Rotterdam’s post-war reconstruction era.  Het Industriegebouw (The Industrial Building), designed by Hugh Maaskant & Willem van Tijen, had been neglected for the last couple of decades before the current owner acquired it in 2015, and started a true renaissance

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