ID & A Awards Finalist

Posted by Nick Sunderland | 7th September 2015

I am delighted to announce we are shortlisted for the International Design and Architecture Awards, for not 1 but 2 projects under the City Space category, NSI 1 and NSI 2

The International Design & Architecture Awards, are hosted by design et al, a leading UK interior design magazine. At design et al, our aim is to commend design, recognize talent, create opportunities and quite simply to offer inspiration. The ID&A Awards offer a number of different categories covering residential architecture, interior design and product design and to meet the demand of our clients, more categories have, again, been added to the schedule.

Like all design et al awards, The International Design & Architecture Awards are not judged by a panel. Short listed entries are presented online, and voting is open to industry professionals as well as design et al readers, clients and customers.

I would be grateful if you would view the project and vote for me.

 

NSI 1

Aldgate East

Nicholas Sunderland, Interior designer in London, was commissioned by the CEO of a world leading insurance company  to design and architecturally improve the interior of an historic new development. Restructuring the interior to create more open plan living and integrating new LED lighting throughout .

Floating bookcases, media units were designed and fitted, uniquely with the ability to change the colours within the Mondrian inspired wall units. A wave kitchen island in recycled glass and Hi Macs stone was an impressive addition to the open plan kitchen mirroring the unique shape of the sofa.

http://thedesignawards.co.uk/voting/ida/

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NSI 2

London Penthouse

Nicholas Sunderland, Interior designer in London, was approached by a client to design the luxury interior of a new penthouse being built in central London.

A weekend break from his Estate in York, it needed to be a full turnkey design. Bespoke furniture specially made to fit the high rise 24th floor from Davidsons of London, Roche Bobois and Robert Langford it was to be a high end luxury centrepiece too his portfolio with a signature design from Nicholas Sunderland Interior Design London.

http://thedesignawards.co.uk/voting/ida/

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