Singapore Prize for Innovative Interiors

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As part of World Architecture Festival X (WAFX 2023), a new prize to recognize Singapore interior design excellence has been introduced. Dubbed the SINGAPORE PRIZE for Innovative Interiors, winners in each category at WAFX will receive this accolade, in addition to an honorary mention. Shortlisted projects will receive exhibition spaces within WAFX where their work can be showcased before judges select their winning project based on criteria including research skills presentation skills and original thought.

This competition is open to both domestic and international designers, and to enter, designers must submit their projects on the SINGAPORE PRIZE for Innovative Interiors website by 31 May. A panel of judges will then select three entries per category with one being named an Honorable Mention; winning entries will receive cash prizes of $3,000 along with an engraved trophy; while all finalist works will be showcased at WAFX exhibition between 8-12 June.

Nominees must present valid proof of identity in the form of either their National Registration Identity Card (NRIC) or passport when nominating, and be at least 35 years old at time of nomination. They should demonstrate an avid interest in research and development while showing strong potential impact potential; winners of the SINGAPORE PRIZE will be announced by August.

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