ISA-UK member Antalis Interior Design Award winners announced

Antalis has just revealed the winning projects of the designers, architects and printers chosen by an acclaimed international jury.

Following 4 months of competition, the winners of Antalis Interior Design Award organised by Antalis, Europe’s leading distributor of visual communication solutions, are now revealed. The jury, made up of major players in the world of design, gave its verdict and rewarded the most impressive projects.

Aimed at interior designers, architects, printers, advertisers, and design schools, the third edition of the Antalis Interior Design Award competition allowed participants to express their creativity, using Antalis’ interior design products.

With 537 projects submitted by creatives from 29 countries, 411 projects published and more than 36,500 votes on the Antalis Interior Design Award website.

Among the winners was a UK entry from Imageco, who are a multi-award-winning print production house based in Leeds. They won the Special Sustainability Prize for their client, Pie Factory. Pie Factory wanted an exhibition stand creating in the style of a greenhouse using 100% recyclable, closed-cell fibreboard, Xanita. The stand has since been reused 3 times and will eventually be recycled at the end of life.

Winner, Daniel Buren, one of the most internationally renowned French artists, impressed the jury with his project in the “Public Building” category. An initiative of the Uhoda group, the Liège-Guillemin station in Belgium was illuminated in a vibrant wash of colour. The temporary artwork was deployed across the vast array of glass panels which transformed the shifting light throughout the day.

In the 3D category, Ernesta Jakonyté created an amazing underwater scene to a canteen. She states: “Water is the most common compound on earth. And it is also needed for cooking. The selected water theme creates a sense of calmness, the blue colour reveals the feeling of the depth of the water.”

Inspired by the history and heritage of Agde, Nilda Hernandez won the Special Windows Film Prize for Agde’s Mediatheque. She comments: “Thanks to Antalis and their Coala products, we created a decorative signage concept which represents a link to land as well as to an aquatic environment.”

Andrea Ferreras Dorado, winner of the Original Pattern Prize, developed this “Blue Forest” motif specifically for spaces with natural light. The soft colours and delicate shapes give a feeling of nature and relaxation.

Agnès Lafarge, Visual Communication Group Marketing Manager at Antalis states:  “We are very pleased with the success of this third edition. With the Antalis Interior Design Award competition, we support the development of printing technologies and open up possibilities to all professionals in the field of personalised interior design. Large format printing is a great creative platform and a fantastic opportunity for expression. The winning projects certainly are a testimony of that.

All the winners of the Antalis Interior Design Award competition 

Public Building Comme tombées du ciel, les couleurs in situ et en mouvement Visual ImpactDaniel BurenFrance
Home Vineyard HouseMashni Home & DesignHajnalka SkokeHungary
OfficeFomo an office in the woodsMake!GraphicsHilde B LambrechtsNorway
Retail Given Jewelry StroreColorart MediaIeva Erlecka-CucureLatvia
HospitalityID Hotel Amsterdam-HallwaysBull CreativeLoes KokNetherlands
Interior Film PrizeGaleria BaltyckaPolsign Artur PruszynskiArtur PruszynskiPoland
  Windows Film PrizeMuses for the Agde MediathequeMaison Les MusesNilda HernandezFrance
Sustainability PrizeJoin us and grow!ImagecoNathan Swinson BulloughGreat Britain
3D  AquaVilnius college of technologies and design Ernesta JakonytéLithuania  
Public PrizeStühmer Chocolate ShopCerkaDesignZsolt NagypalHungary 
Original Pattern PrizePatternplayFlachbildThomas HeinzGermany
Original Pattern PrizeBlue ForestSalesianos de AtochaAndrea Ferreras DoradoSpain