We got winners! The Covet International Awards had one mission – to find the world’s most outstanding projects where design meets craftsmanship, resulting in luxurious, functional and individual spaces that get their richness from reviving ancient arts and crafts. Commercial, Hospitality, Residential and Students were the four categories in the contest so we are now sharing with you the winners and their projects! Hope you enjoy!
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Commercial – Asya
Located in Jakarta, Indonesia, Asya uses the family tree as a physical concept, various architectural elements and soft lighting textures. The various spaces are structured with interconnecting components and the details weave and envelop the visitor within a comfortable surround, reiterating the sense of protection and nurture. It has functional open and enclosed areas without making the space too small.
Hospitality – Ascott Marunouchi Tokyo Japan
Drawing in panoramic views of the city skyline, Ascott Marunouchi Tokyo is conceptualized as both a literal and figurative lens through which guests can contemplate the dynamic movement and vibrancy of Japan’s metropolitan capital. Inspired by the synergistic relationship between the rapid pace of modernization and the dignified charm of local culture, the design harmonizes vernacular minimalist principles with luxurious modern trappings.
Residential – 2GETHER Club House
2GETHER is a luxury residential development set along the south coast of Tuen Mun beside overall panoramic sea views of five bays and convenient transport links with Light Rail and Ferry Port in close proximity. The location and characteristics of the architecture make this residential development an ideal first home for fashionable young professionals with the interior design taking inspiration from the area’s active suburban vibe. The final result is both stylish and dynamic.
Students – Dio
Dio is the design of a couture interior space in Singapore for a penthouse covering 200sqm that focuses on clean lines and shapes as a primary vector, layered with inimitable materials that reveal its story and history. Influenced by Le-Corbusier, Mies Van Der Rohe or Gio Ponti, Dio is the experience within the designed environment that slowly re-connects us with the joyous moments that happens inside.