2019 WIN Awards launched to acknowledge and celebrate excellent interior design

Alison Carter
Thursday 07 Feb 2019

Now in its eleventh year the 2019 WIN Awards will recognise the outstanding works of innovative, visionary and imaginative interior designers worldwide

And to give all entrants new opportunities to showcase their work, World Interiors News will be hosting detailed updates of entries as they come in.

Some original categories have been rationalised to bring them in line with clients’ changing commercial requirements and additional categories, such as Branding and Wayfinding, Residential Care Homes and Visual Merchandising, added to ensure there are wide ranging opportunities to showcase outstanding interior design work and projects.

Judging will be completed by an extensive panel of top international experts who will put entries through a rigorous and trusted process and reinforce the awards’ truly global outlook.

“The importance of being recognised for delivering excellent interior design has never been more important when facing uncertain times such as we all are in 2019. We know from feedback over the past 10 years that an awards win provides a significant boost to an interiors practice when competing for new business,” said Michael Hammond, Co- Founder and Consultant for World Interiors News.

Will Kendrick, Business Director, 2019 WIN Awards said: “We can see via WIN’s new website the outstanding quality of interior design worldwide and I think it’s really important to fully promote the quality and calibre of this community’s work to our global audience.  

“We will do this by uploading all entries to the World Interiors News website after submission, and they will then be added to WIN news bulletins.  

“We are also really pleased to say that all images associated with entries will be posted on our social media platforms on twitter, instagram and facebook, they will be visible to our 1.3m social media followers,” said Kendrick.

Entries that successfully make the shortlist will be announced on the WIN website and social media platforms.  

In October we will celebrate the 2019 winners in a vibrant London venue that will mirror the industry’s colour and innovation.  A new event format will ensure that there will be plenty of high level networking opportunities and the chance to read about all the winning entries via detailed text boards and pictures from architects and interior designers.

We welcome all entries from interior design practices of all sizes, locations and specialities and look forward to receiving your outstanding submissions.

To find out more about these exciting and prestigious awards visit winawards.com. If you have any questions please do get in touch with yasmin.greaves@haymarket.com and she will be happy to help.

Enter now and ensure that your entry details are uploaded for all to see via World Interiors News.  

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