Making the temporary permanent

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2016 Interior Awards Installation winner: Air New Zealand 75 Years exhibition by Workshop e.

2016 Interior Awards Installation winner: Air New Zealand 75 Years exhibition by Workshop e.

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2015 Interior Awards winner: Installation Award — MOKO by Rawstorne Studio.

2015 Interior Awards winner: Installation Award — MOKO by Rawstorne Studio.

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The 2014 Interior Awards Installation category winner, Paper House for Model Home by Michael Lin & Atelier Bow-Wow with Andrew Barrie.

The 2014 Interior Awards Installation category winner, Paper House for Model Home by Michael Lin & Atelier Bow-Wow with Andrew Barrie.

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Installation winner in 2013: <em>'While you were sleeping'</em>. New Zealand ‘Guest of Honour’ Pavilion at the Frankfurt Book Fair by Patterson Associates.

Installation winner in 2013: ‘While you were sleeping’. New Zealand ‘Guest of Honour’ Pavilion at the Frankfurt Book Fair by Patterson Associates.

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Want a chance to make your temporary design/structure live on? Enter the Installation category at the 2017 Interior Awards.

We want to hear from you if you feel you have designed one of New Zealand’s most creative, innovative:

• Temporary installations
• Temporary structures
• Set designs
• Gallery exhibitions
• Museum exhibitions.

See the 2016 Interior Awards winners here, and finalists here.

Other categories for entry: Workplace, Civic, Retail, Hospitality, Craftsmanship, Emerging Design Professional, Student.

Enter your project(s) by 3 May 2017 at interiorawards.co.nz


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