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See The World’s Most Beautiful Interiors of 2014

21st Nov 2014

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Behold the 2014 winners of the World Interiors News Awards…

London has been brimming with interiors, craft and design events over the autumn months, and this feverish creative activity culminated with the World Interiors News Annual Awards ceremony at the end of October. The Saatchi Gallery played host to the most distinguished figures in interior architecture and design, and shone the spotlight on a new generation of emerging artists, designers and the names to watch over the next year.

Below, we select our favourite interiors winners. Click on each photo to see details of the winning projects, and browse the full gallery of winners above.

The winner of the Residential Interiors category 2014 was LOFT MM by C.T. Architects of Bilzen, Belgium. A custom-designed micro-loft for wheelchair-bound occupier, it is a technical gem as well as a mesmerising example of immaculate interior architecture.

The winner in the Furniture category was the Wire Lounge Chair by Overgaard & Dyrman in Copenhagen. Inspired by the techniques and shapes of traditional saddlery and metal work, it uses contrasting materials to render 21st century shape and style.

The Interior Accessories category was won by German designer Hanna Kruse’s Soe Cup series, a minimalist collection of individually hand-cast cups with lids – both functional and pretty in their design.

Dusk, the winner of the Lighting Products category, is the work of byBeau of Portugal – a modular lighting system using different finely-crafted materials to create a spectacle of shape and form.

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To see the crème de la crème of contemporary Irish design and crafts, head here.