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IIDA Names Winners of Interior Design, Will Ching Design Competitions

10 March, 2014

-By Holly O'Dell


The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) has named winners of its 41st Interior Design competition, which recognizes outstanding interior design/interior architecture that encourages new ideas and techniques. IIDA also announced the results of the 22nd Will Ching Design competition. The award honors originality and excellence in commercial design from firms with five or fewer employees in the areas of corporate, cultural/educational/institutional, government, healthcare, hospitality, and retail/showroom design.

“These two competitions consistently demonstrate the innovation and dynamism reflected in the industry, and in the worldwide conversation on Design,” executive vice president and CEO Cheryl Durst, Hon. FIIDA, said in a statement.

The jury for both competitions includes:
  • David Darling, IIDA, founding partner, Aidlin Darling Designs
  • Ed Bakos, managing director, Champalimaud
  • Ray Eshcheid, Affiliate IIDA, senior vice president of store design and merchandising, Bank of America
  • Alessandro Munge, IIDA, principal and managing partner, Munge Leung

“As a jury, we were genuinely inspired by the diversity and impressive international scope of the projects entered,” Darling said. “We observed many trends and common motifs. In our search for identifying design excellence, the winning projects either took these trends to a new level or charted completely new territory.”

The Interior Design competition winners are:

Project: Spa in Mallorca, Porto Cristo, Spain
Firm: A2 arquitectos, Madrid, Spain



Project: One One One Eagle Street Lobby Fitout, Brisbane, Australia
Firm: Cox Rayner Architects, Brisbane, Australia



Project: M Building, Beverly Hills, California
Firm: Gensler, Los Angeles



Project: Cornell Community Centre and Library
Firm: Perkins+Will, Toronto



Project: Refinery Hotel, New York City
Firm: Stonehill & Taylor Architects, New York City




The Will Ching design competition winner is:

Project: Coffee Bar Kearny, San Francisco
Firm: jones | haydu, San Francisco





IIDA Names Winners of Interior Design, Will Ching Design Competitions

10 March, 2014


The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) has named winners of its 41st Interior Design competition, which recognizes outstanding interior design/interior architecture that encourages new ideas and techniques. IIDA also announced the results of the 22nd Will Ching Design competition. The award honors originality and excellence in commercial design from firms with five or fewer employees in the areas of corporate, cultural/educational/institutional, government, healthcare, hospitality, and retail/showroom design.

“These two competitions consistently demonstrate the innovation and dynamism reflected in the industry, and in the worldwide conversation on Design,” executive vice president and CEO Cheryl Durst, Hon. FIIDA, said in a statement.

The jury for both competitions includes:
  • David Darling, IIDA, founding partner, Aidlin Darling Designs
  • Ed Bakos, managing director, Champalimaud
  • Ray Eshcheid, Affiliate IIDA, senior vice president of store design and merchandising, Bank of America
  • Alessandro Munge, IIDA, principal and managing partner, Munge Leung

“As a jury, we were genuinely inspired by the diversity and impressive international scope of the projects entered,” Darling said. “We observed many trends and common motifs. In our search for identifying design excellence, the winning projects either took these trends to a new level or charted completely new territory.”

The Interior Design competition winners are:

Project: Spa in Mallorca, Porto Cristo, Spain
Firm: A2 arquitectos, Madrid, Spain



Project: One One One Eagle Street Lobby Fitout, Brisbane, Australia
Firm: Cox Rayner Architects, Brisbane, Australia



Project: M Building, Beverly Hills, California
Firm: Gensler, Los Angeles



Project: Cornell Community Centre and Library
Firm: Perkins+Will, Toronto



Project: Refinery Hotel, New York City
Firm: Stonehill & Taylor Architects, New York City




The Will Ching design competition winner is:

Project: Coffee Bar Kearny, San Francisco
Firm: jones | haydu, San Francisco


 


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