The winners of this year’s SBID International Design Awards for 2022 were revealed on 21st October at the InterContinental London Park Lane, where the design community came together to celebrate the past year of industry excellence across the interior design profession.
Among the winners of the Interior & Fit Out categories, Mane Design created a smart fitness club that values visitor’s personal space and comfort; Rottet Studio designed a vibrant and luxurious hotel that encourages guest engagement; Kristina Zanic Design Consultants brought sumptuous style into workplace interiors; and JL Studio curated a modern interior for a historic building, seamlessly blending rough texture with comfort.
The title of Overall Winner was awarded to Clara Lleal Interiorista for the Art Gallery House project. The transformation of an artists’ house in Badalona, Spain maintained the building’s original materials for an industrial concept, whilst showcasing the owner’s unique works of art with stunning results.
Winners of the Product Design categories include the YiBrick created by Yi Design that provides a solution to ceramic waste by upcycling into multipurpose architectural materials; glass lighting fixtures by Gabriel Scott that can be customised and stacked together to create bespoke chandeliers and pendants; and a wall-mounted thermostat by Polar Bear Design that delivers unique and intuitive client experiences, to name a few!
The coveted SBID Master of Design award was presented to Ghanaian-British architect, Sir David Adjaye OBE for his distinguished impacts on the field throughout his professional career. Today, Adjaye Associates operates globally with studios in Accra, London, and New York.
Pictured is the Scandi-Asian fusion-style design by Sola Kitchens, which won the KBB Design of the Year Award. See the full list of winners HERE.