We look at the works from Asia that will go on to pit against the best in the final live judging round in Singapore.
9 July, 2013
Klein Dytham’s Google Japan headquarters and WOHA’s PARKROYAL on Pickering (read our feature) are some of the stunning projects from Asia that will be heading to INSIDE’s final live judging round in Singapore this October.
Google Japan by Klein Dytham Architects, Japan (category: Offices)
This year’s international interiors award sees a total of 59 shortlisted projects cross 12 diverse categories, including Bars and Restaurants, Creative Re-use, Culture, Display, Education, Health, Hotels, Office, Residential, Shopping Centres, Shops and Transport.
Macalister Mansion by Ministry of Design, Singapore (category: Hotels)
DPS Kindergarten by Khosla Associates, India (category: Education)
Commenting on the 2013 entries, Paul Finch, Programme Director of the World Architecture Festival and INSIDE says that “once again, concerns about climate and cultural tradition have given many of the entries a distinctive regional feel”.
White Café by Duangrit Bunnag Architect Limited, Thailand (category: Bars & Restaurants)
Ammo Bar + Restaurant by WANG, Hong Kong (category: Bars and Restaurants)
The three-day live presentations will be held from 2 – 4 October at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. The international panel of judges will include Nigel Coates of Nigel Coates Studio, Lyndon Neri of Neri & Hu and Eero Koivisto of Claesson Koivisto Rune, just to name a few.
Mozilla Factory by Nosigner, Japan (category: Office). Read our feature
Who do you think will take home the 12 category wins and the coveted “World Interior of the Year Award”?
Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore by RSP Architects Planners & Engineers, Singapore (category: Transport)
Top image: PARKROYAL on Pickering by WOHA, Singapore (category: Hotels).
For the full shortlist, visit the INSIDE website.
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