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Come celebrate Irish design and craft with us at the Image Interiors & Living Design Awards 2019


by IMAGE Interiors & Living
20th Aug 2019
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Mingle with the country’s finest artists, design shopkeepers, makers, interior designers and architects at the Image Interiors & Living Design Awards 2019 on September 12 in Fire Restaurant on Dawson Street.


If you’ve picked up the latest issue of Image Interiors & Living, you’ll know that the nominee shortlist has officially been announced and we’re counting down to the awards. Our six judges had the near-impossible task of reducing the long list of nominations sent in by all our lovely readers to just four per category.

Now, we’re ready to celebrate each and every one of them on September 12 and announce the winners of the fourth Design Awards – and we’d love you to come along.

 

PLACE Fire Restaurant, Dawson Street

DATE September 12, 2019

TIME 12pm-4pm

TICKETS €75 Earlybird (excl. VAT) until August 21st, or €85 (excl. VAT)

 

Join the country’s finest artists, design shopkeepers, makers, interior designers and architects, as well as a few choice interiors Instagrammers for an afternoon celebrating the creativity and craft at the heart of Irish design. Our lovely nominees will be there, along with our esteemed judging panel to hear who will be crowned Design Award winners for 2019.

The three-course meal and awards ceremony will take place under the soaring vaulted ceiling of the 300-year-old Lord Mayor of Dublin’s former “supper room”, Fire Restaurant. Located in the Mansion House on Dublin’s Dawson Street, we’ll be kicking off festivities from 12pm with a drinks reception, followed by the awards and lunch. There will be a luxury gift bag for every attendee.

We hope you can make it, you can buy your tickets here.

THE CATEGORIES

Best Textiles – wools, weaves and rugs

Best Tableware – ceramics and glass

Best Collectors’ Pieces – one-off designs and delicate pieces

Home Product of the Year – everything from candles to tech

Furniture Designer of the Year

Best Collaboration – joint ventures and designer co-ops

Instagrammer of the Year

Emerging Design Talent

Independent Retailer of the Year

Interior Designer of the Year

Architect of the Year

 

THE JUDGES

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