The winner in Design: Lighting Installations is low-tech, ad-hoc design at its best.
Flexible, sustainable, attractive and practical, this office system by Pair and Studio Hopkins swept the Design: Interior Products category.
In Architecture: Adaptive Re-use, this stunning building in Qinglongwu, China, by Atelier tao+c exemplifies how to combine functions – and eras.
Soaring above a Danish forest, EFFEKT's spiralled structure is the winner in Landscape Architecture.
Tarkett's versatile line of graphic vinyl flooring took top spot in the Design: Architectural Products category.
Yabu Pushelberg's curvy seating for Molteni&C crests to a win in the Design: Furniture category.
Designed by Fantoni with Gensler, this suite of office furniture – the winner in Design: Furniture Systems – provides ultimate flexibility.
Konstantin Grcic's ghostly Noctambule for Flos is takes the Design: Lighting Fixtures prize.
As the judges conclude, the winner in Interiors: Commercial and Institutional is "a stunningly crafted space.”
Johnson Chou and Silke Stadtmueller’s exactingly minimalist Toronto abode took top spot in the Interiors: Residential category.