The nine winners of the 2017 Interior Awards were announced at a sold-out event at Metropolis Museum, Auckland on 29 June.
A sumptuous, highly detailed restaurant and bakery has taken home the top award of the evening at the 2017 Interior Awards.
Finalists at the 2017 Interior Awards include a chapel that mixes old and new, a golden-hued office and an industrial inner-city café.
The top prize at the 2016 Interior Awards went to a luxury retail space that works with minimalist and sculptural forms.
Elegant refits, innovative use of technology and flexible workplaces were some of the themes in this year’s Interior Awards.
A secret garden café, a futuristic workplace and a gilded ceiling are amongst the finalists at the 2016 Interior Awards.
An edgy re-fit of a boutique research and analytics business has taken out the top prize at the 2015 Interior Awards.
Adaptive reuse, industrial-chic and a more residential feel to the workplace were common themes in this year’s Interior Awards.
A maritime-themed café, a street art installation and a watercress table are among the finalists in this year’s Interior Awards.
With much fanfare and celebration, the gongs were given out, accompanied by stunning visuals.
Twenty-one finalists have been chosen across seven categories.
A fresh panel of judging talent.
Interviews and sound bites plus highlights of the 2013 Interior Awards and Networking Evening.
Designers, architects, property owners and interior professionals celebrated in style at Ponsonby Central on 20 June.
New Zealand’s commercial interiors community converged to celebrate the reveal of the eight trophy winners.
Six glowing sub-pavilions surrounded by ink-black water wins Supreme Award at the 2013 Interior Awards.
Finalists have been chosen across seven categories and winners will be announced at an exclusive event on 20 June.
Craftsmanship and Emerging Design Professional have been introduced to the 2013 programme. Entries are now open.
The winners of the 2012 Interior Awards were celebrated at an evening event at Auckland’s Imperial Lane.
New Zealand’s best commercial interiors were recognised and celebrated at an awards and networking evening at Imperial Lane.
From an impressive line-up of 120 New Zealand commercial interiors’ entries, 18 finalists have been selected.
Winners and finalists will take home bespoke trophies designed by model maker Minka Ip as well as $7000 in cash prizes.
What might an Interior Award look like – here’s a chance to find out.
The inaugural awards feature an impressive line-up of judges.
The inaugural Interior Awards for the commercial interior design sector were launched at the Auckland Art Gallery.