Daoust Design Wins at International Competition of Society of British & Interior Design
Daoust Design won the highly competitive Residential Apartment Over £1M category for the Americas geographical zone.
Interior design firm, Daoust Design, recently celebrated a win at the competition hosted by the Society of British & Interior Design (SBID).
The SBID Awards, presented by the British Society of Interior Design, are a prestigious honour in the design world. Evaluated by a panel of experts based on specific criteria, these awards celebrate and recognize excellence in the world’s residential, office, hotel, public, and commercial designs.
At the recent gala event, Daoust Design secured the top position in the highly competitive Residential Apartment Over £1M category for the Americas geographical zone, marking an accomplishment for any Québec-based firm to date.
Following an evaluation process, all five projects submitted by Daoust Design were selected as finalists in September. These nominations, which showcase the firm’s capabilities, went on to compete against almost a dozen other interior design projects grouped by geographical zone, across three distinct categories.
In the Residential Apartment Under £1M – Americas category, it was the Le Quai project, an apartment renovation located in Old Montréal, that captured the jury’s attention.
In the Residential House Over £1M – Americas category, the Bromont, Lac Archambault, and Rochefort projects demonstrated their dominance in the selection.
The Paton project, a meticulously designed open-concept penthouse, secured the coveted top award in the Residential Apartment Over £1M – Americas category.
“These nominations—along with this prestigious award—are a tremendous honor for our firm. To be acknowledged by our peers and be regarded as among the finest in our global industry is truly humbling for our dedicated team,” said Katerine Daoust, founder and owner of Daoust Design.