World Interior of the Year 2018: Lego House or Transparent Pharmacy?

The world of design is endless and creativity has no limits. Imagine a Lego house, transparent pharmacy and Orient Express train carriage among other out of the box projects. To celebrate this creativity, INSIDE World Festival of Interiors, the leading global interior design and architecture awards program is giving a chance for one of the world’s most innovative interior to be crowned World Interior of the Year 2018.

Molecure Pharmacy by Waterfrom Design, Taiwan

There are 77 projects, shortlisted, that will compete to win the World Interior of the Year 2018 award. Projects from across the globe entered across nine diverse categories, ranging from health and educational buildings to hotels, bars and restaurants, and residential homes. Hosted alongside the World Architecture Festival (WAF), the event attracts more than 2,000 attendees each year for its three days of talks, awards, exhibitions and fringe events.

Lego House by Bjarke Ingels Group ©Iwan Baan, Denmark

Shortlisted designers reflect the global reach of the awards and include WATG and Wimberly Interiors (Turkey), Genius Loci (Indonesia) BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group (Denmark) and Studio Chris Fox (Australia), Shanwei Weng (China), Beijing.

Interloop by Studio Chris Fox, Australia

All nominees will present their projects to distinguished international juries that include Nigel Coates, and Lyndon Neri, Neri & Hu, during the Festival to compete for one of the nine INSIDE category awards.

Fleur Pavilia Sales Gallery by New World Development Company, Hong Kong

Open to all festival attendees, the presentations are followed by a live exchange between the designers and jurors.

FritzHansen Showroom by Genius Loci, Indonesia

The overall winner of the ‘World Interior of the Year’ will be announced at an exclusive gala dinner on 30 November at the Beurs van Berlage.

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