SBID International Design Awards

The SBID International Design Awards has been firmly established as one of the most prestigious events in the interior design industry. The awards serve to recognise, reward and celebrate design excellence from a broad range of categories.

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SBID aims to support, inform and advise our members about exclusive SBID hosted events, as well as events across the interior design industry from local to international. To view the full calendar of events, click below.

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Intellectual Property

The SBID Intellectual Property (IPP) initiative is a global campaign to prevent IP theft in the interior design industry. Developed in association with TM – Eye, City of London Police, Trading Standards and the Intellectual Property Office, the venture will assist the industry to obtain objective evidence of design ownership and raise awareness of what designers need to do to properly protect their work.

The SBID Intellectual Property initiative was relaunched on Tuesday 21 November 2017 at the House of Commons, Westminster London.

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This week’s #Flashbackfriday of the #SBIDinspire #Interior #design series features Avalon II; a stunning residential project based in the U.K, designed by @HillHouseLondon

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Congratulations to all Art & Design finalists in our #Designedforbusiness Competition 2018

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#Congrats #Sbid #StudentLife

Dr Vanessa Brady OBE comments on the competition, Designed for Business, organised by @TheSBID and @BEOPENFUTURE : “We are delighted to be working with BE OPEN for the competition”
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