BIID announces shortlist for 2023 Interior Design Awards

The British Institute of Interior Design has unveiled the shortlist for its 2023 Interior Design Awards.

Created to celebrate outstanding British interior design projects, the BIID Awards 2023 shortlist contains 26 entries across seven regional categories. The institute will also be awarding an Interior of the Year prize and the Anna Whitehead Prize, which is awarded for the best achievement in sustainable interior design.

The 2023 BIID Awards shortlist features several designers from within the KBB sector, including Katie Malik Studio, Tollgard, Catherine Wilman Interiors, Design’d Living, Pringle & Pringle, Room Studio, Lewis Knox, and Frank & Faber Ltd.

The full shortlist is as follows:

Central London:
• Studio Found – The Libertine at the Royal Exchange
• The Vawdrey House – Thames House
• Studio Smiths Interiors – Pembridge Villas
• Run for the Hills – Paradise Green Bar & Restaurant
• Studio Mae – Butter House

Greater London:
• House of Kin – Riverside
• Tollgard – Maida Vale Arcadia
• Flamingo & Oak – The Blackhorse E17
• Catherine Wilman Interiors – Chelsea Townhouse Renovation
• Atelier 15.4 – And So it Begins…

Midlands & East Anglia:
• DesignLSM – Heythrop Park Hotel
• Katie Malik Studio – Field House

Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
• Pringle & Pringle – Marine House
• Room Studio – Hebridean Home
• Zebra Projects – NEOM Organics
• Lewis Knox – Georgian Shooting Lodge

North and North West
• The Artistry House Interiors – Manchester Museum
• Design’d Living – Harlow

South West
• Frank & Faber Ltd – No. 1 Bruton – The Forge
• Mint House Interiors – Atlantic View
• Sarah Southwell Design – Manor House

Pictured: Mathew Freeman, President of the BIID

South East
• Tilehouse Studio – Havenfields
• KAGU Interiors – Boys Hall
• Nikki Rees Interior Design – Brooke Hall, Charterhouse
• Lee Evans Partnership LLP – Orchard School Dining Hall
• Hollaway Studio – Benenden School Music Hall

Following the release of the shortlist, BIID President Mathew Freeman said: “Now in its second year, the BIID Interior Design Awards has become a real accolade to aspire to, for interior designers around the country. The quality of entries this year has been outstanding, with a range of impressive projects from across the UK, which have wowed the judging panel. We’re looking forward to seeing which projects make it through the final stage to be awarded at the prestigious ceremony on the 12th October.”

Images of each shortlisted project can be found here, on the BIID’s website.

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