LIV Hospitality Design Awards received over 400 applications from 43 countries, and the diversity and quality of the projects/designs received were inspiring.
ZURICH, SWITZERLAND – The 3C Awards Group announced the winners of the 2nd Edition of the LIV Hospitality design awards. LIV Hospitality Design Awards is celebrating the quality and diversity of the architectural ventures and interior design projects shaping the worldwide hospitality industry today. The LIV Awards program is an inclusive platform, pursuing exceptional projects within the living and eating spaces, from co-living, boutique hotels to beach resorts, from fine dining restaurants and lounges to pop-up bars.
The jury panel composed of 41 talented and experienced professionals, prominent academics, entrepreneurs, and developers in the Hospitality, Architecture, and Interior Design fields has selected the winners from over 400 submissions from 43 countries.
The judges evaluated each project based on their own merit; rewarding the most pioneering and ground-breaking designs and selecting those standing out, based on new concepts, innovations, sustainability initiatives and property design stories.
"At the LIV Hospitality Design Awards, we strive to support and promote inspired projects and innovation by professional and emerging designers from around the world. Assembling in one platform outstanding properties from Brazil, Kenya to Portugal and Dubai. This program will continue to define the future of design excellence in the Hospitality industry," said Astrid Hébert, Founder.
The range of work was astounding with honorees in Architecture including CambridgeSeven for the Hilton Garden Inn Boston-Brookline, SCDA Architects with the SOORI Bali, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates for the Whampoa Street Development in Kong Kong, Bodumas Overwater Seafood Restaurant of Movenpick Resort Kuredhivaru Maldives designed by MOTIV Studio. In terms of interior design, the program awarded Ventuex a fine dining restaurant designed by Studio Munge, Stickman Tribe based in Dubai won in the Luxury Hotel category with The Westin Mina Seyahi Lobby while Meyer Davis company was honored with the brand-new W Hotel Rome.
Other honorees from the second edition of the LIV Awards included Wanda Hotel Design Institute, Virserius Studio, Kelly Wearstler for the Downtown L.A. Proper hotel, The Ascott Limited with lyf Tenjin Fukuoka in the co-living category, MKV Design with the Burgenstock Resort in Switzerland.
A full list LIV Hospitality Design Awards winners can be viewed here.
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