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INSIDE World Festival Of Interiors announces Day 2 winners for 2022
Portugal Architecture News - Dec 02, 2022 - 11:41 1377 views
INSIDE World Festival of Interiors has announced the second day winners for 2022 across the seven categories of Bars and Restaurants, Public Buildings, Retail, Residential (Single Dwelling), Residential (Housing, More than One Dwelling), Temporary / Meanwhile Uses and Education.
WAF and INSIDE are taking place at the same venue as an in-person event, at Lisbon’s FIL Exhibition Centre from 30 November to 2 December, 2022.
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See the full list of category winners - for Best Interior at INSIDE Day 2:
The Moving Kitchen in Taiwan by JC Architecture. Image © LEE Kuo-Min
Completed Building Bars and Restaurants
The Moving Kitchen in Taiwan by JC Architecture
JC Architecture was the winner of the "Bars and Restaurant" category – sponsored by Miele, for its project The Moving Kitchen, in Taiwan. The judges felt the project "enhanced interior design as an agent for change in society".
Pang Mei Noodle Bar by Office AIO and British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Headquarters by Benedetti Architects were both highly commended.
Te Ao Marama South Atrium in New Zealand by fjmtstudio, Jasmax and designTRIBE. Image courtesy of fjmtstudio, Jasmax and designTRIBE
Completed Building Public Buildings
Te Ao Marama South Atrium in New Zealand by fjmtstudio, Jasmax and designTRIBE
This year the "Public Buildings" category winner was Te Ao Marama South Atrium, in New Zealand by fjmtstudio, Jasmax and designTRIBE. The judges noted the project’s “respectful and sensitive approach”.
SPMA Store in China by Atelier tao+c. Image © Wen Studio
Completed Building Retail
SPMA Store in China by Atelier tao+c
Atelier tao+c picked up first place in the "Retail" category with its project, SPMA Store in China. It was heralded by the judges for “respecting the old, while transforming the space into an economically yet artistically executed retail experience”.
WOW Concept by External Reference was highly commended.
La Serenissima in Malta by Valentino Architects. Image © Ramon Portelli
Completed Building Residential (Single Dwelling)
La Serenissima in Malta by Valentino Architects
La Serenissima, in Malta by Valentino Architects triumphed in the "Residential (Single Dwelling)" category, its retrofit design impressed judges, who felt the project “celebrated the past, while ensuring it was comfortable for contemporary use - particularly relating to improving environmental performance and access to the outdoors”.
Paseo Mallorca 15 in Mallorca by OHLAB. Image © José Hevia
Completed Building Residential (Housing, More than One Dwelling)
Paseo Mallorca 15 in Mallorca by OHLAB
OHLAB scooped up the "Residential (Housing, More than One Dwelling)" category award for its project Paseo Mallorca 15, in Mallorca.
The judges were enthused by the project being “local in every sense”, describing it as an “exemplary example of meeting environmental standards without compromising on interior spatial quality”.
VOID-Exhibition Space Design for Buddha Sculptor in China by TEAM_BLDG. Image © Jonathan Leijonhufvud
Completed Building Temporary / Meanwhile Uses
VOID-Exhibition Space Design for Buddha Sculptor in China by TEAM_BLDG
The "Temporary / Meanwhile Uses" category prize went to TEAM_BLDG for VOID-Exhibition Space Design for Buddha Sculptor, located in China.
The judges praised the “exquisite” project for “succeeding in evoking an emotional and spiritual response in the viewer”.
Pingtan Children Library in China by Condition_Lab. Image © Sai Zhao
Completed Building Education
Pingtan Children Library in China by Condition_Lab
And finally, Condition_Lab won the "Education" category for its project Pingtan Children Library in China, which the judges celebrated for its “translation and preservation of traditional carpentry techniques”, resulting in a project which “exuded a feeling of trust between the architects, the craftsmen, the community and the children”.
Today INSIDE will announce all the category winners, above, and those announced on day one of the festival, go head-to-head as they present their projects in front of the festival’s super-jurors at Lisbon’s FIL Exhibition Centre.
WAF will then announce the winners of the World Building, Interior, Future Project and Landscape of the Year, along with winners of the Special Prizes at a Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony today evening.
In addition, you can see the first day winners of INSIDE 2022.
Top image in the article: Paseo Mallorca 15 in Mallorca by OHLAB. Image © José Hevia.
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