The 26th Andrew Martin Award
The 26th Andrew Martin International Interior Design Awards, has revealed its winners.
Another 100 of the world's leading interior designers have brought their work to the stage.
The Andrew Martin International Interior Design Awards, which were established in 1996, have now gone through 26 years, and the awards have been recognized as the "Oscars of the interior design world" by The Times in the UK.
In this issue, we share the works of the winning designers of the 26th Andrew Martin International Interior Design Awards, their attitudes towards design and art, as well as the ways to incorporate taste into the space.
The Golden Age of Chinese Style
Among the 100 award-winning designers of the 26th Andrew Martin Award, a total of 30 Chinese designers were shortlisted, occupying nearly one-third of the total number. This signifies that Chinese design has become the backbone of promoting the development of global interior design, and the golden age of Chinese design has arrived.
These award-winning local Chinese designers have reshaped the lifestyles and concepts of modern Chinese people by tapping into oriental aesthetics, finding the unique language of Chinese design, and allowing the world to recognize China anew.
The 26th Annual Andrew Martin Award Winners by Tang Zhonghan
The 26th Andrew Martin Award Winners by Qin Yeming
The 26th Andrew Martin Award Winner by Wu Bin
Award-winning designer Wu Bin has been a finalist for several consecutive years, but also in 2020 won the Andrew Martin Global Award of the Year, Wu Bin's design concept "Modern Oriental" will be "contemporary" and "Oriental culture" combination of the right, he tends to look for inspiration from traditional Chinese culture, and then combined with the Western modernist approach in order to achieve a balance of rationality and sensibility, with the lines of flowing water outlines, the Oriental charm through which the usual color tone, simple layout, not particularly obvious Chinese elements of the pile, but still full of Oriental mood.
Timeless Modern Vintage
Interior design trends are cyclical, and today's classic vintage styles are becoming more and more popular in the home decorating world these days. More and more young people are looking for classic homes that exude traditional style and grandeur, combining luxury with an atmosphere of comfort and blending chic European sensibilities with traditional English country house style, while taking advantage of contemporary craftsmanship and heirloom skills.
Vintage style is popular because of its innate elegance, excellent proportions and timeless beauty with structural details that never go out of style.
The 26th Annual Andrew Martin Award for Lifetime Achievement by Anoska Hempel
The 26th Annual Andrew Martin Award Winner, Sean Anderson Design Studio
The 26th Annual Andrew Martin Award Winner by Lori Morris
The Luxury of Comfort
No matter how attractive the appearance is, the design of a home should always be based on the user's personal feelings and return to the home and life itself. Nowadays, more and more people prefer to have a warm, comfortable and cozy home while retaining luxury and elegance.
The 26th Annual Andrew Martin Award Winners by Angelos Angelopoulos Designs
The 26th Andrew Martin Award Winners by Shanshan Xu
The 26th Annual Andrew Martin Award Winners by Tracy Kelly
Blurring the line between inside and outside and embracing nature
With the isolation and blockade of the epidemic over the past three years, people have begun to gradually realize how important an open and flowing space is, and designs that blur the lines between inside and outside and embrace nature are becoming more and more popular.
The 26th Annual Andrew Martin Award Winners Jimmy Martin Studios
26th Annual Andrew Martin Award Winner by Carla Childress
The 26th Annual Andrew Martin Award Winner Bensley & Co.
The 26th Annual Andrew Martin Award Winners at Design Intervention, Inc.
Winning Works of the 26th Andrew Martin International Interior Design Awards.