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Three Canadian projects make the shortlist for the World Interiors News Awards 2015

The World Interiors News Awards 2015 aims to celebrate the interior design projects and products that have made the biggest impact over the past year, with a focus on residential, workspace and retail interiors to lighting, furniture and interior accessories.

“Judging this year’s awards has reminded me how rich and varied our industry is. Interior design crosses many disciplines and the entries this year showcase how designers are blurring the boundaries between design, art and architecture resulting in some unique spatial experiences. I leave my session as a judge feeling inspired and enquiring,” said Angela Drinkall of Drinkall Dean, part of the 2015 jury.

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Following three weeks of judging at Soho House in London, the World Interiors News Awards team has announced the shortlist from the 2015 entries. Among them were three Canadian projects:

  • Sail Bench, Verchères, by Les Ateliers Guyon;
  • 16, Vancouver, by Bocci Design and Manufacturing Inc.;
  • Montmagny Courthouse, by CCM2 architectes + Groupe A + Roy-Jacques Architectes

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The winners of the World Interiors News Awards 2015 will be announced at an awards ceremony held at the Sky Garden, London on the 2nd December 2015.

16 by Bocci Design and Manufacturing Inc. Montmagny Courthouse by  CCM2 architectes + Groupe A + Roy-Jacques Architectes Sail Bench by Les Ateliers Guyon

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