This Supreme Award could be yours…

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Trophies from the 2016 Interior Awards.

Trophies from the 2016 Interior Awards.

The hunt is on for the 2017 Interior Awards Supreme Award* winner.

There are many options to get involved in this year’s Interior Awards. Take your pick from the following categories:

  • Retail
  • Hospitality
  • Civic
  • Workplace (over 1,000m2)
  • Workplace (up to 1,000m2)
  • Installation
  • Craftsmanship
  • Emerging Design Professional and
  • Student

The online entry process is very simple and takes less than 15 minutes to complete once you have selected your supporting images and description. Cost: $155 per entry ($99 for students).

So enter online today, and be in contention for the $6,000 Supreme Award cash prize, with a total of $8,500 to be won. 

The 27 finalists will also receive considerable media coverage across AGM’s suite of magazines and online platforms, as well as a bespoke trophy and priceless industry recognition.

View the 2016 Interior Awards finalists, winners and Supreme Award winner.

Entries close 3 May, so get in quick! Enter here.

*Categories eligible for the Supreme Award are Retail, Hospitality, Workplace (over 1,000m2), Workplace (up to 1,000m2) and Civic.

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