We continue with the overview of the prestigious professionals from around the world who form part of the panel of judges of the 8th Architecture and Interior Design Awards, which will take place in May in the traditional contest gala.
Today we discover designer Joanna Biggs, associate director of GA-Design International studio in London. Over the 20 years of her career, the interior architect has had the opportunity to participate with the world’s main five star hotel chains. In these projects luxury is standard, with a unique and timeless style.
For Joanna Biggs, the key to achieving an excellent design for any hotel is, without a doubt, a good relationship with the client. Thus, according to the interior designer, “a combination of confidence, creativity and knowledge is necessary”. Only in this away can needs be met effectively, but furthermore, this knowledge allows expectations to be exceeded.
This is the same philosophy as Biggs applies to her work at GA-Design, a studio characterised by maintaining a cross-disciplinary focus for solving problems, based on assisting the client during the creative process in order to achieve their aims in each project. This concept of interior design has earned the studio numerous awards and much recognition. Among the most recent is the International Property Awards Asia/Pacific 2014 award with the St. Regis Osaka, W Taipei and Palace Hotel Tokyo interior design projects. The latter was also distinguished with the Asia-Pacific Award and the Travel & Leisure Design Award in 2013.
If you are thinking of presenting your Project at the 8thArchitecture and Interior Design Awards, there is still time, as the deadline for entries is the 13th of April 2015. You can check the contest Rules or make a preinscription through the www.porcelanosa-interiorismo.com website. We remind you that as well as the “Created Projects” category, you can participate in the “Projects of the Future” category, with sections for professionals and students, with the interior design of a yacht from Grupo Rodman. Good luck to the applicants!