Day two of the Inside World Festival of Interiors 2016 and Australia comes away with its second trophy.
Some were shocked that Smart Design Studio’s Sydney residential project, Indigo Slam didn’t win the House category prize at the World Architecture Festival announced on 17 November, but the firm has redeemed itself with a win in the interiors program.
Already named the 2016 architect-designed house of the year, the owner of Indigo Slam, artist Judith Neilson, can now claim to have the world’s best interior designed residence, the project pipped a formidable lineup of residential interior designs to claim the award at the festival in Berlin, including works by Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects and Caroline Di Costa Architect and Ian Moore Architects.
The win was the second for Australia at the 2016 Inside World Festival of Interiors with Woods Bagot taking out a category prize on day one of the festival.
Read more about Paramount by the Office Space by Woods Bagot here.
Woods Bagot, BVN, Matt Gibson Architecture + Design, K.P.D.O, Hassell and Guida Moseley Brown Architects were shortlisted for the program but were unsuccessful.
INSIDE WORLD FESTIVAL OF INTERIORS 2016 - DAY TWO WINNERS
CIVIC, CULTURE & TRANSPORT
York Theatre Royal, York, UK by De Matos Ryan
HEALTH & EDUCATION
Emardental Clinic, Palma de Mallorca, Spain by OHLAB/ Oliver Hernaiz Architecture Lab
The Cut, stand design for Kvadrat, Milan, Italy by Neri&Hu Design and Research Office
Puro Hotel, Palma de Mallorca, Spain by OHLAB/Oliver Hernaiz Architecture Lab
Indigo Slam, Sydney, Australia by Smart Design Studio
Baradari, City Palace Jaipur, India by Studio Lotus