Cornish architectural practice finalist in six awards

26 Aug, 15

Camellia Interiors is shortlisted in the International Design and Architecture Awards

Cornish design practice Camellia Interiors has been shortlisted for six International Design & Architecture Awards, organised by design et al magazine.

Members of the general public now get to cast their vote and help select the winning projects.

Camellia Interiors, based in Newquay, specialises in coastal projects, reconfiguring space to create stylish and timeless living spaces which also make the most of sea views.

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One of its major projects, a waterfront home in Looe, has been shortlisted for four awards, which include: Kitchen over £25,000, Bedroom, Residential Development £1million -£1.25million and Beach House categories.

A second property on the Cornish coast in Mawgan Porth, which was transformed from a confined layout and half-built extension into a series of space, has also been shortlisted for Home Cinema and Living Space UK categories.

Design director of Camellia Interiors Elaine Skinner commented on the company being named a finalist in six categories, saying: “This recognition is a fantastic reward for the hard-working team here at Camellia, who are passionate about delivering great design projects for our clients.”

She added: “I would like to ask people to take a look at the projects and to vote for us, so that we can spread the word that the UK is home to enormous talent and creativity when it comes to design.”

The International Design and Architecture Awards will be held at The Hurlingham Club in London on September 25.