The British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) has announced the official panel of judges for the 2023 BIID Interior Design Awards.
This year’s judges are:
Mathew Freeman – The former BIID president, and owner of Freeman Studio.
Asif Din –Sustainability director at Perkins & Will.
Harsha Totak – An international interior designer, and founder of Women in Office Design.
Katrina Burroughs – An interiors journalist who works across The Times and The Sunday Times.
Linda Boronkay – Founder of her own interior design studio, and former design director of Soho House.
Paul Moody – Global digital and marketing director for flooring brand Havwoods.
Kate Sanders – Partner at architectural practice Purcell
Simone Brewster – An artist, designer and public speaker whose work focuses on raising awareness into black female narratives.
Antony Fuller – Managing director of Swatchbox Europe.
The judging panel will use their varied experience to judge the recently-announced shortlist for the 2023 BIID Interior Design Awards. Following their deliberations, the judges will decide upon the seven regional category winners, as well as the BIID’s Interior of the Year and Anna Whitehead prizes.
Judging is planned to commence in September, with the winners announced at the BIID Awards ceremony on 12 October.
Earlier this month, the BIID also announced it had elected May Fawzy to be its president for the 2023-2024 term.