The SBID Awards for 2014 are now open to enter
The Society of British and International Design (SBID) has now opened the entry process for the fourth edition of its International Design Awards.
Presented across 15 categories, the awards recognise excellence in Retail Design, Hotel Design, Office Design, Contract and Residential Product and best Public Space through to best Visualisation (3D renderings), residential Interior Design Project Over £1 million, KBB (Kitchen, Bedroom & Bathroom) and Support Services to interior design projects.
They recognise, reward and celebrate design excellence not only from super luxury projects but also innovative design and new talent on limited budgets.
The Awards will be judged by a selection of international industry leaders, which include: Kevin Mau, senior creative director at The Boeing Company; Ben McOwen Wilson, director of content partnerships at YouTube; Jane Preston, facilities manager UK, Real Estate & Workplace Services at Google; David Lewis, MD of Sunseeker London; Christopher Jenner, creative director at Eurostar; John Mathers, CEO of the Design Council; Mathew Dalby, design director at yoo; Carolina Calzada, MD at Global Color Research; Katharine Pooley, MD of Katharine Pooley Ltd; Theresa Dowling, group editorial director for Progressive Market Intelligence design titles (FX, Blueprint) .
Each category undergoes a two-tier judging process, which first includes the judging panel considering the projects’ technical content and aesthetic creativity. Then, the public are invited to vote online for their favourite projects once the finalists have been announced.
The winners will be presented trophies at the SBID International Design Awards ceremony at The Dorchester hotel in London on November 14. Entry to the SBID International Design Awards is free of charge for SBID members, a fee applies for non-members and the deadline for submitting entries is July 14, 2014.
Pictured is the overall winner of the SBID International Design Awards 2013, the WOW suite in the W Hotel, Singapore by the Rockwell Group.