Recognising excellence in architecture and design, Asia’s prestigious A&D TROPHY AWARDS 2017 by Perspective magazine has announced its 2017 winners
The 2017 gala presentation evening for the A&D Trophy Awards 2017 was successfully held in Hong Kong. Winners this year ranging from international architecture firms to startup design practices, such as Aedas, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Barrie Ho Architecture Interiors, PDP London, Neri&Hu Design and Research Office, Cheng Chung Design, via architecture, Nelson Chen Architects, Linehouse, who joined other over 200 guests to celebrate the very best in the design industry.
Neri&Hu Design and Research Office has won multiple awards from Architecture to interiors, including the Best of Best award for Suzhou Chapel in China. Singapore’s The Warehouse Hotel by Asylum Creative was awarded Best of the Best in Interiors category, while the best in Product Design was given to Roca‘s Inspira collection, and Hannah Chu from Hong Kong Polytechnic University was recognised with her Zion chair in Students category.
Best of Category awards and Certificates of Excellence were also given in each category. One Plus Partnership, Hirsch Bedner & Associates, NC Design & Architecture have made their names to the winning list with projects spread in Hong Kong, China, Asia and overseas.
Winners were called to stage to collect their trophies, award certificates and yearbooks at A&D Trophy awards.
Held at hmv Kafé Flagship Store, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, the exclusive glamorous gala night and award ceremony are attended by shortlisted award winners, international judges, renowned architects and designers, as well as board members from leading local architect and design associations. Created in 2004 to celebrate excellence in architecture, interior design and product design across Asia-Pacific and beyond, the celebration has become the must-attend event for the architecture and design business.
This year has seen a boom in the interior design category, in terms of both quantity and quality. China has topped the list, with projects not only in major metropolises such as Shanghai and Guangzhou, but also second-tier cities like Changsha and Wuhan. Beijing's INS Architecture Studio, Shenzhen-based Matrix Interior Design, to name just two, are among the many practices acknowledged by the international judging panel.