FAQ

The awards are open to all who design or commission interiors and interior products, from interior designers and architects to developers, retailers, hoteliers, restaurateurs, manufacturers and suppliers.

To be eligible, projects must have been completed since 1 January 2018, except pop-ups and temporary exhibitions, which should have been completed since 1 January 2019.

Early bird entry deadline: THURSDAY 30 APRIL 
Standard entry deadline: THURSDAY 21 MAY

Standard categories 
Early Bird: £385 (until midnight 30th April) 
Standard: £420 (until midnight 21st May) 

Emerging Interiors Practice of the Year  
Standard: £195 (until midnight 21st May) 

Entries will be accepted until midnight on 5th June. Please note that a late fee of £75+VAT will apply per entry to all submissions made after midnight on 21st May.

All prices are per entry. VAT will be applied to UK based companies.

Once you've downloaded and read the Entry Kit, follow these simple instructions to upload your entry:

  • Register online or sign-in to your existing account here.
  • Select the category you would like to enter. Multiple entries are welcome.
  • Provide the required entry details.
  • Upload your 5 page entry document, electronic A2 presentation board and a minimum of 6 images.
  • Repeat steps 2-5 to make multiple entries. 
  • Submit & pay for your entries.

Note - there is a max of 50MB per your entire entry.

All entries must be submitted online. Please note that the size limit for uploads is 50MB.


  1. Key Project Information

• Project name 

• Name of practice 

• Name of lead designer(s) 

• Completion date (except for future projects) 

• City (State if applicable) 

• Country 

• Value of scheme 


  1. Supportive Text - Summarise your entry in 250 words or less. Keep it simple, clear and concise.


  1. Entry PDF

  • One sided, hi-res A3 PDF up to 5 pages (this can be portrait or landscape). Any more than five pages will not be accepted as a submission.

  • Please do not create a cover or index page as this will be put aside and uses up valuable presentation space. 


Should include:

  • All floorplans at max size to make it easier for the judging panel to follow and understand

  • Large images of your project from various angles

  • Details of the key challenges of the client brief and how your design addressed it (approx. 500 words)


  1. Uploaded Materials

  • One lead image in size 705 x 350px to represent your entry (300dpi)

  • Up to 8 high resolution gallery images in size 1127 x 543px of the project (300dpi) 

  • One one thumbnail (hero image) in size 614 x 614px

  • One A2 display board, uploaded as a digital file. This display board should act as a summary of your 5 page PDF submission.

  • OPTIONAL: Three images of site plans, floor plans, key sections

  • OPTIONAL: Video case studies are acceptable as support for your entry

Please note a maximum of 15 files in total may be submitted.

Along with your 5 page PDF, all entrants are required to submit one electronic A2 board with your submission. Your board should include a combination of images, plans and text.

If successfully shortlisted, these boards will be the only information the jurors see at the final judging day.

Boards should be supplied as A2 PDFs with 3mm bleed all around with crop marks in CMYK colour ready to send to the printers.

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