SBID International Design Awards 2021: Finalists announced

The SBID International Design Awards finalists for 2021 have been revealed.

From the design scheme, materials used and products specified through to the final fit-out installation, the SBID Awards champion design standards across the supply chain in the design, procurement and execution of outstanding interiors. Each entry has been evaluated for its functionality, technical merit, creative delivery and ability to inspire; highlighting the value that expert interior design and specialist craftsmanship can bring to businesses, homes and society as a whole – the finest examples of good design considers its ultimate impact on the health, wellbeing and lifestyle of its users and the environment.

The SBID Awards invited the creative A&D community to enter this year's global awards programme to celebrate the incredible dexterity, creativity and mastery of the interior design profession. Providing a global stage for designers of interiors, the Awards reward the design excellence of interior designers, architectural professionals, and studios, alongside the fit-out specialist, product designers, manufacturers, artisans and independent makers that bring their visions to life through superior quality, skill and innovation.

Amongst the contenders for this year, finalists for interior design categories include the likes of esteemed practices; Zaha Hadid Architects, Hirsch Bedner Associates and Hill House Interiors. Across product design, the shortlisted entries exhibit some of the latest interior solutions from Fisher & Paykel, Cosentino, BORA, and Graham & Brown. The SBID Awards 2021 is set to feature creative talent, ground-breaking interior designs and pioneering products on its inclusive stage.

The GOLD-standard Awards programme has amassed over 3,000 entries from 85 countries worldwide, with this year receiving entries from the UK, UAE, Germany and Australia, to Taiwan, Switzerland, Vietnam and South Africa. 

To complete the final stage of the judging process, the public are invited to vote for their favourite projects at Accounting for 30% of the results, the ultimate end-users of design have the final say in which projects or products receive a SBID Award. The public voting closes on Friday 10 September at 17:00 (BST).

The Awards culminates with a ceremony in London's Nobu Hotel Portman Square on Friday 22 October 2021.

Click here to explore the category finalists and cast your votes.

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