Discover The Winning Design Projects Of The Covet Awards – The design competition has 4 different categories which are: residential projects, commercial projects, hospitality projects and design project made by students!
Each category in the design contest has its own winner… However, from these 4 winners, there is going to be one incredible design project that will be recognized as the top project of the Covet International Awards. This prize is going to announce at the second worldwide famous design tradeshow (iSaloni) at the Milan Design Week 2019!
Best Hospitality Project:
Inspired by the synergistic connection between the rapid pace of modernization and the dignified charm of local culture, the interior design of this boutique hotel harmonizes vernacular minimalist principles with luxurious modern trappings.
Located in Japan’s capital city, the design experience begins as one crosses the threshold from the busy thoroughfare into a ground‐floor foyer enveloped in warm and welcoming hues of brown, bronze and soft gold.
Best Residential Project:
Ptang Studio Limited is the design duo responsive for the interior design project called “2Gether” Club. The modern clubhouse is located along the south coast of Tuen Mun, China, and has a panoramic sea view from five natural bays.
Inspired by the natural details of the surrounding environment, the modern architecture house captures the dynamic factor of the area’s active suburban lifestyle.
Best Student Project:
The holy grails of materials such as marble (Lapicida), wood (TalaricoHardwood), metal and lights are fused together to create a modern luxury space like no other. This 200 sqm penthouse in Singapore is all about the couture interiors, focusing on the clean lines and shapes as a primary vector, layered with inimitable materials that reveal its story and history
The inspiration for the unique form of this space was influenced by modernist architects and designers such as Le Corbusier, Mies Van Der Rohe & Gio Ponti.
Best Commercial Project:
Inspired by the traditional family tree, the interior designers that created this family project incorporated multiple architectural elements trickles and flows through space as lighting and partition features.
Located in Jakarta Indonesia, Asya’s project is structured with interconnecting components, warm lighting with soft textures throughout to echo the warmth and sentiment within the areas.
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