Winners: INSIDE World Festival of Interiors 2018

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COMPILED BY Lindi Brownell Meiring

The winners of the INSIDE World Festival of Interiors, which runs alongside the World Architecture Festival, have been announced.

The awards recognise some of the world’s most striking interior projects, which this year include an apartment in Taiwan and a café in the US.

The overall winner of this year’s awards, as well as the winner in the Display category, was the Yumin Art Nouveau Collection in Phoenix Jeju, South Korea, designed by JAC studios.

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Below, in no particular order, are the remaining winners of this year’s awards.

Civic, Culture and Transport – Australian Embassy, Bangkok, Thailand (BVN)

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Creative Re-use – Francesc Macià 10 – FM10, Barcelona, Spain (studio mk27)

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Offices – The Department Store, London, United Kingdom (Squire and Partners)

Retail – BLANK, Shanghai, China (Hangzhou AN Interior Design Co)

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Residential – Sunny Apartment, Taichung City, Taiwan (Very Studio | Che Wang Architects)

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Health – Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, Chicago, USA (HDR, Gensler and Clive Wilkinson Architects)

Education – B Campus, Shanghai, China (AIM Architecture)

Bars and Restaurants – Coperaco Café, Harrison, USA (concrete – Harrison Urby)

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Hotel – TSH Campus Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain (The Student Hotel Experience Design Team)

Missed our selection of favourites from this year’s shortlist? Take a look here. You can also view 2017’s list of winners here. For more information, visit