The 4th International Green Interior Awards are now accepting submissions. The Awards showcase world leading, innovative and inspirational interior spaces that are packed with interior products that have a positive effect for people and the environment. The Awards also provide interior designers, architects, consultants, students, manufacturers and suppliers with a platform to be recognized for the work they do that contributes to a global effort of reducing emissions and creating healthy spaces for all to enjoy and benefit from.
“Social sustainability is growing in the appetite of interior designers, architects and product manufacturers. The installation of green interior products, combined with intuitive design and healthy air flow is the formula to healthy spaces in which people work, live, learn, eat, recuperate, socialize and shop. The International Green Interior Awards is focused on the product side of the formula.” says Daphna Tal, head judge.
The Awards categories are: office – small, medium and large; residential – renovation and new build; hospitality; educational facilities; retail; retirement living – low care and high care; product innovation; and students.
Judges this year include: Daphna Tal, Australian Living; Kate St James, Universal Magazines; David Baggs, Global GreenTag; Caroline Pidcock, PIDCOCK – Architecture + Sustainability; Sophie Solomon, SSD Studio; Megan Norgate, Brave New Eco; Chris Knierim, Code Green; Helen Edwards, Recycled Interiors; and Meryl Hare, Hare + Klein Interior Design.
For entry criteria and to submit, visit www.greeninteriorawards.com.au. Entries close on May 8, 2017 with winners being announced on June 8, 2017 at an Awards function in Sydney.