28th Asia-Pacific Interior Design Awards
- This is the 28th year of the Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards, which is judged by top designers. The awards are prestigious and the selection criteria are of an international standard
- The book contains 12 space types and 61 exciting projects, including dining spaces, exhibition spaces, leisure and entertainment spaces, hospitality spaces, show spaces, living spaces and work spaces, which are richly detailed and highly referable
- The theme of the competition follows the pulse of the times and focuses on the physical and spiritual needs of people, reflecting first-class professionalism
This book is a compilation of the winning entries from the 28th Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards 2020, featuring 61 projects across 12 space types, judged by top designers such as Ho Chung Hin and Jurgen Bey. The entries showcased the latest design trends in the Asia Pacific region, and interpreted and led the spirit of Asia Pacific design, in line with 28 years of consistent quality.
The impact of the 2020 epidemic has also had a profound impact on the field of design, and the direction of this year’s selection captures this change keenly, looking for outstanding designs that address and interpret people’s changing physical and spiritual needs in the light of the new changes. For example, new scenarios that reconfigure the way people live together in the blurring of boundaries between public and private spaces. Pushing new professional boundaries has always been the creative mission of the Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards, and this time, its professionalism is reflected in its commitment and care for people’s lives and well-being.