19 Jan 22

Asia Pacific IIDA Awards

Honouring outstanding creativity and design in interior design and interior architecture projects based in Asian Pacific countries across 15 categories. The winning design projects are selected by a jury of design professionals. Submissions are judged on excellence in aesthetics, design, creativity, and function as well as the suitability of the design solution to the project challenge and the successful integration of the elements of design.

Zhengzhou Zhenmeihui Clinic wins the Healthcare category.

Situated over two floors in a soon to be revitalised historic building in the center of Zhengzhou, the design experience responded to all three aspects of the business, from creating an essence of retreat, to tactile and tailored services, and community building of discerning individuals.

Jury comments

“Beautiful materials come together to create a serene and modern space. They took a hospitality approach to healthcare which brings a sense of warmth and friendlier, calmer user experience

The Hayesbery Sydney wins the Corporate Space Large category.

On the site of a former hat factory, Woods Bagot has transformed four neglected industrial buildings into a sustainable, integrated, flexible campus-style workplace. Our approach in the factory’s adaptive reuse was to touch the heritage fabric lightly—to keep what could be kept and to add as little as possible.

Jury comments

“The design team laid out the space in a simple manner with an incredible, mature landscape that used inherent raw materials in the interior architecture to create a space that feels sophisticated, timeless, and inviting to work in”

Sculptform Studio Melbourne wins the Showrooms and Exhibition Spaces category.

Sculptform produces feature wall, ceiling, and façade systems, naturally they manufactured the undulating timber ceiling. What visitors will experience in the city showroom is a physical connection to their work – something that can’t be found online. The feature lighting is by Rakumba Lighting , who will share the space in a creative partnership between the two businesses.

Jury comments

“The fluid form of the wood elements throughout the space is pretty special and is an elegant way to display the potential for the material. The focus on a singular material allows for the shape of the space to come to the forefront.”

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