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Antalis reveals the winners of its Interior Design Awards

Antalis reveals the winners of its Interior Design Awards

The winners of the Antalis Interior Design Award have been revealed. Aimed at interior designers, architects, print companies, advertisers and design students, the second edition of the Antalis Interior Design Award competition provided a platform for participants to let their imaginations run loose and express their creativity.

With 535 projects published by creatives from 24 countries on the  Antalis Interior Design Award website, the judges were impressed by both the quality and breadth of entries.

 Among the winning entries, Marion Delage, co-founder of decoration company Parégrine, and illustrator Mariana Castillo, impressed the jury with their project entitled “Youse city mural” in the Office category. Through this cheerful and warm illustration printed on wallpaper, Marion Delage and Mariana Castillo aimed to represent both the company’s values and team, in order to make them feel proud of their workspace. Commenting on their win they said: “We are delighted with this award. Thanks to the creative possibilities digitally printed wall decoration presents, it is possible to differentiate oneself and transform living spaces into brand ambassadors.

“The fact that a major player in the world of visual communication, such as Antalis, has welcomed our project is a great mark of confidence and recognition.”

In the Retail category, Morad Biki’s entry was a striking mise en scène created on the wall of a building. He said: We chose the Coala Walk & Wall range to meet Zadig & Voltaire’s request to apply visuals on the walls of buildings surrounding their flagship stores. Antalis’ Coala Walk & Wall solution is ideal because it is slip-resistant, waterproof, easy to install and remove on any kind of surface, including glass and concrete, without damage.”

He added: “Beyond the effectiveness of Antalis’ solutions and the expertise of its teams, the company also allows us to test the solutions before buying them, which is a considerable advantage.”

 Loes Kok won the prize in the Hospitality category for his makeover of Fred’s kitchen, a fashionable restaurant in Amsterdam, Netherlands. He said: “We wanted to give the interior of this chic restaurant an edgier look and a ‘street’ vibe to match the trendy neighbourhood where old warehouses have been converted into loft style apartments, boutiques and restaurants. To achieve this, and to add colour to the place, we chose to cover the wall with a giant street art visual”.  He added: “We chose Coala wallpaper with a leather look and feel to add texture to the image. We are very happy with the result: the place looks harmonious, chic and modern at the same time.”

 Winner of the Public Prize,  Andrea Böjtö, stated: “Thanks to Antalis and  its Coala products, we were able to create a magnificent imaginary world in the North Pole, making MRI examinations a more pleasant and less stressful experience for the children at the Heim Pál Hospital.”

Finally, Francisco Rubio Ordás, winner of the Public Building Prize for his project for a children’s hospital, pointed out: “Antalis has the advantage of offering solutions that meet the highest safety standards.”


For further information see the winners’ You Tube videos at:

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