Public Buildings - INSIDE World Festival of Interiors
Projects that can be entered in to the Public Buildings category include, but are not limited to:
- Ambulance/fire stations
- Bus and coach stations
- Car parks
- Community centres
- Concert halls
- Consulates and embassies
- Embassies and consulates
- Law courts
- Municipal facilities/town halls
- Performance spaces
- Parliamentary buildings
- Prisons/police stations
- Railway stations/underground stations
- Religious buildings
- Spiritual/Contemplation spaces
There is no limit on the number of projects that can be submitted. All projects in must be completed between 1 January 2019 and 7 May 2021.
Each entry must contain the below.
- 2 x A2 entry boards. These boards will be printed by World Festival of Interiors and used for shortlist judging and displayed at the Festival.
- 250 - 500 words of explanatory text in English. This will be listed on the online World Buildings Directory, available for the public to see.
- A zip file of project images. Please include your unique ‘project code’ when naming the folder and all images (the 5-digit code located at the top of your entry form). Images to include:
- 1 high-resolution hero image of the entire project. This will be the main image used on the World Buildings Directory listing and if you are shortlisted. Please label this image as ‘HERO’ plus your unique project code when uploading
- 6 x further photographs of the project. Please include your 'project code' when naming images.
- 3 x further images of a site plan, floor plan, key section. Please include your 'project code' when naming images.
Please remember, if you are shortlisted for any of your submissions, two representatives will have to purchase a ticket to attend the Festival in December to present their project.