Top hotels line up for WIN Awards

Jo Smit
19 Nov 2018

Eleven of the world’s cutting edge hotel designs have been shortlisted for the top prizes in the World Interiors News Awards 2018. The destinations competing to win the awards show the diversity of contemporary hotel design. The shortlisted entries range from the Hangzhou Bay Wetland Primus Hotel, with its environmental villas designed to complement their national wetland park setting, to Stockholm’s Downtown Camper by Scandic, which has been created for urban explorers.

The WIN Awards are now in their ninth year and this year are showcasing the very best global creativity and talent in interior design across more than 20 award categories, covering interior products, practice, projects and branding concepts. This year’s award categories recognise excellence in both resort and urban hotels.

The winner’s name will be announced at a magnificent black tie dinner taking place at the London Hilton Bankside on 19 November.

There’s still time for you to join the global audience of interior architects and industry leaders at this evening of networking and celebration. You can find out more and book your tickets here.

The full shortlist for the Resort Hotels Award is:

  • Joya Hotel, China, by Vermilion Zhou Design Group

  • Niehku Mountain Villa, Swedish Lapland, by Stylt Trampoli

  • Paramount House Hotel, Australia, by Breathe Architecture

  • Silks Club, by Ya-Yuan Design + CT Design/PU Architecture Association

  • United Places Botanic Gardens Hotel, Australia, by Carr

  • The full shortlist for the Urban Hotels Award is:

    The full shortlist for the WIN Awards 2018 can be seen here.


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