Finest Interior Award 2015
Second round with 147 project submissions
The deadline for project submissions for the Finest Interior Award 2015 has passed, and the organizer Finest Spirit is pleased with the 147 highly qualified projects that were submitted. “This means an increase of almost 50% in the number of submitted projects in comparison to last year,” explains Philipp Keller. “An excellent achievement for only the second year of the Interior Award, which focuses equally on interior architects, interior designers, and fine decorators.” For the Finest Interior Award 2015, international studios from Austria, Belgium, Curacao, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, and Switzerland have submitted their projects.
Together with this year’s president Peter Dautzenberg (Chairman of the Dutch Association of Interior Architects), the honorary jury will select the award winners in a total of 18 B2B and B2C categories by secret ballot from the nominees that were chosen in the preselection process. All of the nominees can already be seen on the www.finestinterioraward.com website. The announcement and presentation of the award winners will take place in the Hotel Waldorf Astoria in Berlin on the 6th of November. After the press conference, the official presentation of the Finest Interior Award 2015 will take place at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Berlin at the invitation of Her Excellency Monique van Dahlen, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Berlin, as well as the Finest Interior Award Representatives Philipp Keller and Nanett Ewald. Photo: Finest Interior Award