The third edition of the LIV Hospitality Design Awards is now open, accepting entries until the 31st of January 2023, into its two major categories: Architectural Design and Interior Design. The program is open to architects and interior designers around the world who have created incredible projects in Hospitality. The LIV Awards program is an inclusive platform, pursuing exceptional projects within the living and eating spaces, from co-living, boutique hotels to beach resorts, from fine dining restaurants and lounges to pop-up bars.
The annual LIV Hospitality Design Awards program aims to celebrate projects, people, and their passion for the industry, through our rigorous judging process, we recognize those that have gone above and beyond. In the second year, the awards received over 400 submissions from 43 countries, the range of work was as astounding, with honourees including Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates for “Whampoa Street Development” in Architecture, Source Interior Brand Architecture a firm based in South Africa won in Interior Design Restaurant – Casual with the “ëlgr Restaurant”, Bishop Design By Paul Bishop received the prize for “Nooa”; Meyer Davis was awarded in Interior Design Historic & Heritage with the “W Rome,’ to name a few.
The “Architectural Design of the Year” and the “Interior Design of the Year” professionals and students will receive the coveted LIV Design Awards Trophy, their winning projects will be showcased to the global audience and be featured in the Annual LIV Awards catalog. Open to Professionals, Students and Emerging Talents, winning the LIV Hospitality Design Awards is an opportunity to step into the global spotlight, elevate the company profile or boost a starting career. Registration for the LIV Design Awards is now open and will close on January 31st, 2023. Those who submit their projects before September 5th; will receive an early bird discount of 10%.
- Aesthetics — form, shape, colour, texture, finishing, the material used, etc
- Innovation — does the design provide something new to the market or supplement/improve an existing structure?
- Practicality / Functionality – ease of cleaning, safety, maintenance…
- Ergonomics — How is the interaction with the client? Space optimization?
- Durability — the quality and longevity of the design and Architecture
- Impact — the benefit delivered to the client and/or society by the Design
- Integration — about the integration of the project to its local environment
- Ecological compatibility — potential environmental and/or ecological impact
- Emotional quotient — in addition to fulfilling its practical purpose, does this Living space create a sense of enjoyment, and satisfaction?