It is with great pleasure I would like to share with you the great news I received yesterday.
As you will see some images on the SBID site I thought you would like to see some pictures of details.
Please don’t forget to vote. Thanks!
Diego Correa Interior Design shortlisted at SBID International Design Awards
Diego Correa Interior Design has become a finalist in the Retail Design category of the SBID International Design Awards 2018.
The SBID Awards is regarded as one of the most prestigious accolades in the interior design industry, representing talent and design excellence across all corners of the industry. Each entry undergoes an exclusive two-tier judging process by panels of leading industry experts for both technical content and aesthetic creativity as well as evaluating brief compliance, budget, health & safety, and fit-for-purpose design.
Diego Correa Interior Design‘s project “Home Design Centre, Duaris House” was selected by the technical panel of judges in the first stage of the process. The public are now invited to cast their votes for their favourite entries at www.sbidawards.com, as their votes will contribute towards the overall results. Last year, the awards received over 100,000 unique voters during the voting period.
You can show your support and vote for Diego Correa Interior Design ‘s project by visiting https://www.internationaldesignexcellenceawards.com/finalist/home-design-centre-dauris-house/
The Retail Design category covers all commercial interiors created for retail outlets including shopping centres, shops, showrooms, pop-up shops and art galleries. Projects can be a complete refurbishment or smaller commissions within these buildings.
Entries for this category were received from countries such Australia, Canada, Taiwan, Ukraine, Dubai, China, Russia., Egypt and more.
“Home Design Centre, Duaris House was designed with the idea of offering customers and visitors a home experience at a high level, a place where they can relate to a lifestyle that conveys design and quality in the making of all the components present in a healthy domestic environment. The concept was developed around the kitchen made by Stormer, distributed by Hehku kitchens and the wine cellar. The bar was an important addition which aim is to pamper clients and visitors. Additionally, it will provide the right space for wine tasting events. In terms of look, the client wanted inspiration to be found in industrial chic, hence the use of metal, brick wall and bold, dark colours.” Diego Correa.
Founder and CEO of SBID, Dr Vanessa Brady OBE says: “We have had an overwhelming number of entries this year from more countries than in previous, the calibre of finalists across all 14 categories, is a true reflection of the creative scope of the global design industry, depicting an international portfolio of projects from over 42 countries worldwide.”
Public voting will close on Friday 24 August at 5.00pm GMT; The winners will be announced and awarded with a bespoke crystal trophy designed by Sans Souchi glass deco at the official ceremony, held at The Dorchester hotel in London on Friday 26 October.
An Overall Winner will also be awarded for the project that gains the most votes overall from the judge’s choices and the public votes combined.
Judges this year include Directors and CEO’s from global design corporations such as Christian Louboutin Beauté, BBC, National History Museum, Belmond, Walpole, Bentley, Google, AECOM and more.
All winners and finalists will be featured in the Global Interior Design 2018 book which is distributed to over 1000 professionals across the globe.
To find out more, visit www.sbidawards.com