Interior Awards 2017: By the numbers

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Visuals from Mulk at the 2016 Interior Awards at St-Matthew-in-the-City.

Visuals from Mulk at the 2016 Interior Awards at St-Matthew-in-the-City.

In 2016, Interior Awards finalists, winners, participants and sponsors received:

  • $492,300 of print editorial coverage
  • 73,574 online page views
  • 28 bespoke trophies
  • $8,500 in cash prizes 
  • Priceless industry recognition

So, if you feel you have designed one of New Zealand’s most striking Civic, Retail, Hospitality or Installation spaces; then we want to hear from you. If you have crafted an innovative bespoke solution you can enter the Craftsmanship category, and, if you’ve been involved in a stunning new office project – big or small – the Workplace category is for you. We also need to hear from all the talented Students and Emerging Design Professionals out there – so get involved today.

Five easy steps to enter:

And that is it! To enter and for more information, see the Interior Awards website.

Deadline for entry is 3 May. Finalists will be notified by 11 May. 


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