Studio MB - Finalists in the SBID International Design Awards 2020
We're delighted to announce that Studio MB is among the impressive global design talent to have become a finalist in the SBID International Design Awards 2020, for its two international entries into the Public Space Design category - Al Salam Palace Museum, in Kuwait and Made in India: The Story of JCB India Customer Experience, near New Delhi, India.
Considered as one of the most prestigious accolades in interior design and respected by the industry at large, success in this GOLD-rated awards programme is achieved purely for the quality of design, innovation, aesthetic and value-added to the project. The finalists in each category demonstrate the highest standards of design excellence for interiors within their field, spanning commercial and residential design sectors.
This year’s SBID Awards has been the most globally represented edition to date; receiving entries from 49 countries around the world including the UK, Kuwait, United States, China, The Netherlands, Canada, Sweden and India.
Each entry undergoes an exhaustive two-tier judging process, where leading industry professionals evaluate essential elements such as compliance with the brief, budget, health & safety and fit-for-purpose design. Studio MB's two projects Al Salam Palace Museum and Made in India: The Story of JCB India Customer Experience were both shortlisted by this year’s revered international jury for their technical content and aesthetic creativity.
The Judges decisions are finalised by the third and final stage of judging, where the public are now invited to vote for their favourite projects. Accounting for an influential 30% of the results, the public and ultimate end-users of design have the final say in which projects and products have what it takes to take home a prestigious SBID Award. With previous years seeing an astounding 225,000 unique voters, the voting will close on Wednesday 30th September at 5pm (BST).
You can show your support and vote for Studio MB's projects by visiting: Al Salam Palace Museum and Made In India: The Story of JCB India Customer Experience.
The Public Space Design category is dedicated to all interiors of public spaces created as a service for the community such as airports, libraries, schools, museums, universities and religious buildings. Projects can be complete refurbishments or smaller commissions within these buildings.
The winning entry in each category will be announced on Friday 23rd October. An Overall Winner will also be awarded for the project that scored highest overall from both the judges shortlists and public votes combined!
We're keeping our fingers crossed!