The Society of British and International Interior Design (SBID) announced the winners of its International Design Awards 2018 at a ceremony held at The Dorchester Hotel in London.
Awards were presented across 15 categories, which included: KBB Design, Residential Apartment under £1million, Residential House under £1million, Residential Design over £1million and Show Flats & Developments.
Entries were received from more than 40 countries, with 21 finalists in the KBB Design Award alone.
New Zealand-based design practice Celia Visser scooped the KBB Design Award for a Contemporary Kitchen & Bar in Auckland.
The kitchen and adjacent bar was created for clients who like to entertain and wanted a space to blend into the home’s contemporary architecture.
They asked for a visual statement which used modern materials, incorporated sharp lines and played on bold, assymetrical forms in a while palette.
Corian and angles were introduced into the design of the bar to meld the two areas for impact.
Timber flooring was used as a contrast to the monochrome kitchen and bar, reflecting the rural and pool outlook.
Singaporean design practice Elliot James won Residential Apartment under £1million for Cuscaden One in Singapore.
Malaysian Nevermore took the honours of Residential House under £1million for The Irrawady House in Georgetown, Malaysia.
Residential Design over £1million was presented to Canadian design firm Regina Sturrock Design for its Contemporary Manor in Mississigua, Canada.
While the trophy for Showflats & Developments was handed to Chinese design practice HWCD for The Trevista Sales Gallery in Hangzhou, China.