2015 – Metamorphosis
Click here for the second edition of SBID national student competition.
2014 – Metamorphosis
In 2014 SBID launched the inaugural national student competition: Metamorphosis.
October 2012 – YIDA 2013 competition is open
The Janine Stone Young Interior Designer Award 2013 launches on Wednesday 26th September wp-content/2012.
The closing date for entries is 5pm on Tuesday 30th April 2013.
The competition is only open to final year BA design degree students currently studying at a UK university.
Young Interior Designer Awards winners of the two previous editions, Erica Deam and Tony Tang, are updating the following social media pages with the latest news regarding the YID 2013 competition:
September 2012 – ARTS THREAD
Calling all international design & architecture students! ArtsThread/Equip Hotel’s competition is free.
This contest is open to design and architecture students and also to young designers and architects who can present to industry their prototype products designed for the hospitality and catering market.
- You will have to find 5 inventions that can be ready and working in hotels and restaurants by 2013.
- 5 categories are available for entry: bar, dining-room, lighting, bathroom and terrace.
- The Product should cost less than 1,000€ at retail, be eco-friendly, useful, new and in line with one of the selected topics
- In order to be presented at the show, the prototype must be fully operational.
How to enter?
Upload entry onto ARTS THREAD and email us at email@example.com to confirm your participation
The jury is made of professionals from the four related sectors, including ARTS THREAD, the official partner of the contest.
The winner’s work will be shown at Equip’Hôtel and they will receive a paid-for trip to Paris to attend the fair, plus their work will be showcased online and promoted to international pres.
The primary selection from the competition will be shown online at Equip’Hôtel.
Enter the SBID Online Design Challenge (It’s free)!
The competition is open to anyone over sixteen years of age with an interest in interior design.
It’s your chance to be judged by professionals, and show your talent to the world.
Erica Deam is the 2012 Janine Stone’s awards winner !
She receives £ 10.000 cash prize and a 6 month internship at Janine Stone.
Janine Stone is pleased to announce the launch of the wp-content/2012 Young Interior Designer Award.
The competition has quickly established its credentials and is well regarded by the country’s leading universities. They recognise that it presents an exciting opportunity for students to compete against each other for the grand prize of £10,000 cash and a six-month, fully paid internship with one of the world’s leading interior and architectural design practices.
Lynne Mesher, Course Leader, Interior Design – School of Architecture, University of Portsmouth and tutor to last year’s winner (2011), Tony Tan comments:
“The Young Interior Designer Award created by Janine Stone presents an amazing opportunity for talented Interior Design undergraduate students to launch a successful career in Interior Design. The competition is a chance to demonstrate the breadth of skill and creativity of our students and a chance for them to stand out in this competitive industry”.
More than 50 UK universities have been invited to enter their students in a bid to get their work seen by a national audience of media and potential employers. Students will have four months to respond to the creative brief before the closing date for the competition on the 31st January 2011, culminating in a gala judging event at a chic London venue in April 2012.
The competition has been established to help young interior designers to connect with the industry by providing a national platform to showcase their work. It is hoped that it will also help to further drive respect for the industry by showing the commitment and excellence of the graduates that take part in the competition.
The Brief for the competition:
For the purpose of this award we are asking students to design a 450 sq metre lateral apartment in a major city of the world. The apartment can have balconies and terraces up to a maximum of 100 sq metres. The height of the ceilings can be up to maximum of 4 metres. There are no restrictions on the number of rooms or spaces within the apartment, provided it meets your client’s brief and design aspirations. The design of the apartment needs to reflect the culture of the city of your choice and the requirements of your client.
Your client can be a single person, a couple, or a family unit, with or without personal staff. The client can be a well known personality or someone fictitious.
Find out more on www.yida-award.co.uk
Tony Tan wins Janine Stone Young Interior Design Award 2011
At the awards ceremony at The Hospital Club, Covent Garden, London Tony Tan was announced the overall winner. He received a six month internship at Janine Stone and received a £10,000 cash prize for his inspired interpretation of a New York apartment.