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Lewis Alderson & Co is a finalist in the SBID Awards 2017

August 2017

Lewis Alderson & Co have been shortlisted in the KBB Design category of the SBID International Design Awards 2017.  The Wandsworth Kitchen has been selected as one of the qualifying projects by the judges in the first stage of the process. The public are now invited to cast their votes for their favourite entries at www.sbidawards.com.

SBID President, Dr Vanessa Brady OBE, says: 'The range of finalists this year, across all 14 categories, is a true reflection of the creative scope of the global design industry, depicting an international portfolio of projects from over 40 countries worldwide.  Entries were received from countries such Latvia, Taiwan, the Maldives, Armenia, Rwanda, Sweden, Mexico, UAE and more.’

“We are so proud to be a finalist amongst such amazing competition.  It is lovely to be recognised for our hard work and imaginative & innovative designs,” says Tom Edmonds of Lewis Alderson & Co

The SBID Awards is one of the most prestigious accolades in the interior design industry.  Each entry undergoes an exclusive two-tier judging process by panels of leading industry experts for both technical content and aesthetic creativity.

The closing date for the public voting is 5.30pm GMT on Friday 25th August 2017.

Winners will be announced at the official ceremony at The Dorchester Hotel, London on Friday 27th October 2017.  All the winners and finalists will be featured in the Global Interior Design 2017 coffee table book.

To find out more, visit www.sbidawards.com.

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