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Who will be crowned with a 2014 WIN award?
Aug 5, 2014

Following three weeks of judging at the Soho House, London, the World Interiors News team has chosen the shortlist honorees for 2014 WIN Awards from 610 entries from 53 countries across the globe.
Each year, the WIN Awards celebrate interior design projects and products that have made the biggest impact on material and visual culture throughout the year. From residential, workspace and retail interiors to lighting, furniture and interior accessories, WIN is always searching for innovative, cutting-edge designs that push the boundaries of both imagination and ingenuity.
Each of the distinguished judges, including designers Brian Johnson, Jenny Jones and Rabih Hage, were handpicked from the world’s most renowned design and architecture firms.
Here’s a look at the Residential Interiors category shortlist:
Who will be crowned with a 2014 WIN award?
ArtHouse, Kings Cross, London by Johnson Naylor LLP
Who will be crowned with a 2014 WIN award?
Townhouse Pringiers, Brussels, Belgium by Glenn Sestig Architects
Who will be crowned with a 2014 WIN award?
Park corner Barn, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom by McLaren.Excell
Who will be crowned with a 2014 WIN award?
Pyrmont Apartment, Sydney, Australia by bokor architecture + interiors
Who will be crowned with a 2014 WIN award?
LOFT MM, Bilzen, Belgium by C.T. Architects
Who will be crowned with a 2014 WIN award?
7 Harley Place, London by Archer Humphryes Architects
Who will be crowned with a 2014 WIN award?
57C Lambert Road, London by Karsten Weiss
A complete list of honorees can be viewed online. The winners will be announced during an awards dinner at the Saatchi Gallery, London on October 30. Tickets can be purchased on the WIN website.

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