The Interior Design award considers your submission on multiple dimensions, your project design is evaluated together with its value creation, visual appeal, space usage and other aspects. Applicants should send high-resolution images of the interior space, together with layouts and visitor flow as a pdf.
For concept stage projects, the A'Award is an early indicator of success for the concept stage products, this lets young designers and design companies to register and patent winning products for commercial value generation, furthermore the A'Award connects young designers and design companies to a large industry base and setups the links between the designers, design companies and the producers. The winners ideas becomes reality.
For realized projects, having the A'Award gives added value to your space and separates them from the rest of common architecture,it is an excuse to communicate your interior space to the media, a reason for press releases.
The best designs are selected according to space usage, user friendliness, functional and emotional aspects of the project; entries are further considered for their degree of innovation, aesthetic qualities, functionality and usefulness in addition to ease of realization and realization efficiency, ergonomics and human interaction.
The Jury is composed of both Academic and Professional participants worldwide, such as chief executive officers or head designers of companies and faculty heads or professors. In addition, the A Award features the focus group jury, which is composed of ordinary people to normalize the scoring by eliminating the bias on aesthetics and form sections, the votes of Professional, Academic and the Focus Group are weighted to determine the final result.
The best projects are selected according to space usage, functional and emotional aspects of the interior space; the entries are considered for their degree of innovation, aesthetic qualities, functionality and usefulness in addition to ease of realization and realization efficiency, ergonomics and human interaction.