DEZEEN AWARDS 2019 ARCHITECTURE INTERIORS
Time has come to proclaim the winners of the Dezeen Awards 2019, an award that sees two distinct categories, Architecture and Design. So today we will see together which are the last 5 Architecture categories and their respective winners.
Projects able to leave you speechless, not only for their strong aesthetic impact, but also and above all for the concept that moves them. So let’s find out the last 5 categories together.
6_Small Workspace Interior
Among the winners of the Dezeen Awards 2019, for the Small Workspace Interior category, we find the Alda Ly Architecture studio, with the The Wing Dumbo project, located in Brooklyn.
Interior designer Chiara De Rege has aimed to create a cosy atmosphere at the Brooklyn location of The Wing, a women-only co-working space. This is surely expanding rapidly across New York. As a result, it is a mix of private and open-plan workspaces, that appears like living rooms. There is also an eclectic range of chairs and sofas in contrasting pastel and bold tones.
“The goal was to help The Wing open its doors to the Brooklyn community by designing a timeless, engaging, cool, fun yet professional space”– De Rege told.
Among the winners of the Dezeen Awards 2019, for the Retail Interior category, we find the AIM Architecture studio, with the HARMAY project, located in Hong Kong.
“With this newly opened Hong Kong location, we explored this online/offline duality of the brand even further. “– AIM says.
In this era of Moments, Stories and Taobao sales, culturally, we are surely at an intersection. Consumers want convenience but crave, ath the same time, experience. So online shopping will never lose its allure, but there’s a real challenge for brands to experiment with the dynamics of modern consumption. HARMAY, the online cosmetics retailer, entered therefore the foray of the physical retail world.
8_Leisure and Wellness Interior
Among the winners of the Dezeen Awards 2019, for the Leisure and Wellness Interior category, we find the Alda Ly Architectuere studio, with the Parsley Health project, located in New York.
“Over the last four decades, studies have proven that integrating biophilia into the designed environment improves occupant well-being,”– said Alda Ly.
White-wash walls and greenery are surely intended to create a relaxing atmosphere at this doctor’s office and clinic in New York. So Alda Ly Architecture designed it for a startup company, that takes an alternative approach to healthcare. As a result, the interiors show the will that aim this new health concept.
9_Civic and Cultural Interior
Among the winners of the Dezeen Awards 2019, for the Civic and Cultural Interior category, we find the B+P Architects studio, with the Paper Roof / Paper Curve project, in Taiwan.
“We can create the things in life by observing and analyzing structure and construction, texture and color, and proportion and composition.”– B+P Architects.
This space creation takes place for the Exhibition of Art and Design Education Projects, organized by the Ministry of Education. Students can therefore be guided through national education to cultivate aesthetic knowledge and enhance life qualify. Thus, the design of the exhibition space attempts to achieve this goal, too.
Among the winners of the Dezeen Awards 2019, for the Small Interior category, we find the A Little Design studio, with the 17.6-square-meter flat project, in Taipei.
“Although the owner does not need a big flat, before it was redesigned, the 17.6-square-metre unit was too small to fit both a queen-size bed, living space and sufficient storage.”– said A Little Design.
Taiwanese studio A Little Design has converted a former piano studio in Taipei, Taiwan into a tiny apartment with built-in, space-saving furniture. Formerly a piano studio, the apartment measures just 17.6 square metres and has a ceiling height of 3.4 metres. An interesting challenge therefore, that makes the double height the force of this project. As a result, this house has everything in only 17.6 square metres.
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