2017 Interior Awards: Meet the sponsors

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The 2017 Interior Awards sponsors are a diverse range of industry-leading businesses, all of whom are delighted to return after sponsoring the programme in 2016 and many since the inception of the awards in 2011.

INZIDE Commercial is a sixth-time sponsor of the Interior Awards. INZIDE Commercial supplies INTERFACE carpet tiles, FORBO resilient flooring and the new amazing PVC Free Modular MARMOLEUM.

ECC returns as a sponsor of the Interior Awards for the third year. ECC continually searches for innovative designs and inventive solutions from the leading product designers in the world to meet increasingly complex lighting and design requirements. ECC’s specialist lighting and furniture teams, extensive technical range and competitive pricing combine to offer the best solution for architectural projects.

Luxaflex returns as a sponsor of the Interior Awards for a sixth year. Luxaflex window fashions is a leading manufacturer and designer of innovative, contemporary, versatile interior window coverings. Luxaflex is offered exclusively in New Zealand by New Zealand Window Shades Ltd. 

Lundia is another sixth-time sponsor of the Interior Awards programme. Lundia is a New Zealand-owned company that specialises in the design, manufacture and installation of timber storage solutions.

Dormakaba returns as a sponsor of the Interior Awards for the second year. Dormakaba offers its customers a comprehensive portfolio of hardware, electronic and software products, solutions and services for building access and security. From design and specification through to service and maintenance, dormakaba is your trusted industry partner and brand of choice in everything relating to opening, closing and securing doors.

Resene returns as a sponsor of the Interior Awards for a sixth year in 2017. A 100 per cent Kiwi manufacturer of quality colours, coatings, wood stains and paints for residential, commercial and industrial application, Resene provides an extensive range of Environmental Choice-approved products to complement and enhance the best interiors… and exteriors.

Kada is a proud founding sponsor of the Interior Awards for the 6th year in a row. A New Zealand-owned company established in 1987, Kada has built a reputation for innovation, quality and service that has seen them become a leader in the manufacture and supply of furniture and fit-out solutions for corporate, educational, hospitality and residential projects.

Décortech returns as a sponsor of the Interior Awards for the second year. They are specialists in decorative, acoustic and fire-resistant wall and ceiling panels. The company offers fully customised solutions to individual designs and works closely with architects and installers to ensure their vision becomes reality.

Entries can be submitted through interiorawards.co.nz until Friday, 12 May 2017.


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