CID Awards shortlist: Interior Design of the Year 2017 - Hotels

The final shortlist in each of the 17 categories presents the projects, interior design firms and designers making their mark on the region's interior design industry

Media One Hotel – LW Design.
Media One Hotel – LW Design.

Sister publication Commercial Interior Design is pleased to present the shortlist for the Commercial Interior Design Awards 2017.

The final shortlist in each of the 17 categories presents the projects, interior design firms and designers making their mark on the region’s interior design industry.

Today, we reveal all the shortlisted projects under Interior Design of the Year: Hotels.

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The winners and highly commended for the CID Awards 2017 will be announced on 13 September at a gala ceremony, taking place at the Joharah Ballroom in Dubai’s Madinat Jumeirah.

INTERIOR DESIGN OF THE YEAR: HOTELS

DoubleTree by Hilton, Business Bay – Design World Partnership

Fairmont Fujairah Beach Resort – Stickman Tribe

Fairmont Quasar Istanbul – Wilson Associates

Kempinski Beirut – HBA

Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa – LW Design

Media One Hotel – LW Design

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