IIDA Interior Design Competition 2019

IIDA Interior Design Competition 2019

Interior Design Competition 2018

Interior Design Competition

The 46th annual Interior Design Competition celebrates outstanding, innovative Interior Design/Interior Architecture that encourages new ideas and techniques in the design and furnishings of interior spaces.

Important Dates

Competition Opens – Monday, December 10, 2018
Deadline to Enter – Thursday, February 14, 2019

Entry Information

Review the official competition guidelines.

Winners

A list of finalists for the Interior Design Competition will be announced in March 2019, and the winning projects will be announced in April 2019. The Best of Competition winner will be announced at the annual IIDA black-tie gala in June 2019. Winning projects will appear in an issue of Interior Design magazine. In the event that a previously published entry is selected as a winner, Interior Design magazine reserves the right not to republish that project. 

View the 2018 winning projects

 

 

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