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Interiors Awards

This year, the beloved Interiors Awards and the distinguished Designer of the Year Award will be returning to ICFF. Over its 42-year history, the program has been integral to the design field, celebrating exceptional interior design work across all industries and assisting in launching and supporting the careers of some of the world’s best designers.

Our 2023 Interiors Awards submission form is now open and will close January 13, 2023.  *The deadline has been extended! Please submit your projects by January 27th, 2023.


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The ICFF 2022 Interiors Awards

In May, we celebrated the winners and finalists from nearly 300 submissions across the 12 project categories along with 2022 Designer of the Year Kia Weatherspoon, NCIDQ, ASID, D.F.A (h.c), President & Founder, Determined By Design. The awards were judged by former Designers of the Year Primo Orpilla, Studio O+A; Lauren Rottet, Rottet Studio; and Nina Etnier, Float Studio.


Here are 2022’s finalists and winners (in bold):



Piaule Catskill Landscape Hotel, Catskill, New York
Piaule, Catskill, New York

SOM New York Office, New York
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, New York



Ci Siamo, New York
Goodrich, New York

Marcus Baha Mar, Nassau – The Bahamas
Meyer Davis, New York

Osteria Betulla, Saint Petersburg, Russia
DA BUREAU, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Primo, Orlando
Dutch East Design, Brooklyn, New York



LearnScape, Leoben, Austria
INNOCAD Architecture, Graz Styria, Austria

The Schiff House Daycare Center at City College of New York, New York
Michielli + Wyetzner Architects, New York

Tom and Ruth Harkin Center at Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa
BNIM, Kansas City, Missouri



Balfour at Longmont, Longmont, Colorado
Balfour Interiors, Louisville, Colorado

The Children’s Place Renovation & Addition, Kansas City, Missouri
HOK, Kansas City, Missouri



Chapter and Verse Hotel, Wuzhen, China
New Practice Studio, New York

Etereo, Riviera Maya, Mexico
Meyer Davis, New York

INNESS Accord, New York
Post Company, Brooklyn, New York

W Rome
Meyer Davis, New York



ARTIS Ventures, San Francisco
Studio O+A, San Francisco

Confidential Media Client, STUDIOS Architecture, San Francisco

VF Denver, Denver, Colorado
Rapt Studio, San Francisco

YouTube Office 2, San Bruno, California
JENSEN Architects, San Bruno, California


Adaptive Reuse/Historic Renovation

33 E Washington – SAIC Infrastructure and Stair, Chicago
Eastlake Studio, Chicago

Ambar, El Paso, Texas
The Johnson Studio, Atlanta

La Colombe d’Or, Houston
Rottet Studio, Houston



D.S. & Durga Williamsburg, Brooklyn
K&CO in association with Woods Bagot, with Kavi Ahuja Moltz and Pilskin Architecture, New York

The Hyundai Seoul



DC Public Library – Southwest Library, Washington, DC
Perkins&Will, Washington, DC

Sounding Boards Garden, North Lawndale, Chicago
Eastlake Studio, Chicago



Courtyard House, Vancouver
Leckie Studio Architecture + Design, Vancouver

G4 apartment, Saint Petersburg, Russia
DA BUREAU, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Perez Residence, Miami
Meyer Davis, New York

West 76th Street Apartment, New York
Messana O’Rorke, New York

West Village Penthouse, New York
GRADE, New York



800 Fulton Market, Chicago
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Chicago

Permanent Mission of the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations, New York City
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, New York

One Plus Partnership Limited, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong



Encamp: Temporary Shelter for Pilgrims and Tourists, Savannah College of Art and Design

Osmosis: A Chronic Disease Center Applied Integrated Care Model (ICM) to Facilitate Autonomous Healthcare Practices Among Healthcare Providers and Patients, Savannah College of Art and Design

Pulse- Exploratory Wellness Center, Fashion Institute of Technology


Capitol Vista project by Kia Weatherspoon's Interior Design Firm Determined by Design (photo credit: Jennifer Hughes Photography)