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Enter the Antalis Interior Design Awards now!

Enter the Antalis Interior Design Awards now!

The second Antalis Interior Design Award is now open for entries. Aimed at interior designers, architects, print companies, brand owners and design schools, the awards celebrate the use of customisable visual media in interior design projects around the world.

Entries can be submitted online at www.AntalisInteriorDesignAward.com until 31st January 2020. All entries will also appear in the Antalis Award Gallery, on social media channels and at international tradeshows offering visibility to participants.

To qualify for entry, projects must feature at least one product from the Antalis Visual Communications catalogue. With nine awards to aim for including Completed Hospitality, Retail, Office, Home and Public Building Projects, Blank 3D Model Projects, Textiles and Architectural Films, plus a special cross-category Public Recognition award, there is plenty of scope for both established professionals and students to showcase their talent and gain valuable media coverage.

Since winning the Office category at the first Awards in 2017, Plymouth-based commercial print company Graphicomm Digital has seen a significant rise in interest from customers.

John Hardaker, Commercial Director and co-founder of the company, commented: “Winning the Antalis Design Award enabled us to generate a huge amount of interest in our company. In addition to coverage generated by the awards, we also advertised our win on our literature and company vehicles, as well as in the local press and, of course, industry magazines. Feedback came rapidly, from both existing customers and potential new clients and has led to a number of new projects. We have recently completed a project involving almost 300 square metres of Antalis materials, which we are submitting into the Antalis Interior Design Award 2019.”

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