Antalis has launched its search for interiors projects which promote the values of “imagination, ingenuity and artistic expression”.
The biennial award, which launched in 2017 is back and this year is looking to recognise winners in nine categories.
Antalis, which is Europe’s leading distributor of paper, packaging and visual communication solutions, is looking for projects which celebrate the use of visual media expressed through interior design and is inviting entrants to take part from all over the world. In 2017 350 projects were garnered from 29 countries.
The only strict brief stipulation is that projects must have used at least one product from the Antalis visual communication catalogue.
Interior designers, architects, printers, brand owners and design colleges are all being invited to submit their best projects.
An international and renowned jury of nine industry figures from companies including computing and printing experts Hewlett Packard, workplace design specialist IWG, trend forecasting agency Peclers and hotel group Accor.
Submissions can evidence an idea or a live project, which simply has to address the brief: “Just print your imagination”.
Nine winners will be announced in March 2020 at print expo FESPA, Madrid. The 3D category caries a prize of €2500 (£2207) while all category winners will receive extensive media coverage, including on Design Week, plus exposure on the Antalis Award Gallery, other Antalis websites, social media channels, international tradeshows and customer events in Europe and beyond.
Completed projects can be entered under the following categories — hospitality, retail, office, home and public building.
If entrants don’t have anything to submit they can reinvent 3D models from the Antalis visual communication catalogue.
A public recognition award will see the work attracting the most likes on the Antalis Interior Design Award site being commended.
Meanwhile the Textile and Architectural Films are two new categories and recognise “the promotion of creativity using a variety of products”.