Celebrating successful wins at the prestigious International Design & Architecture Awards on Friday, the Hill House Interiors team took home the award for best Interior Design Scheme – UK, while Henley Homes won the Residential Regeneration accolade.
Hosted by leading interior design magazine, Design et Al, the awards celebrate the best in design from across the globe, with the companies beating competition from shortlisted projects to be presented with the accolade. More than 61,000 public votes were cast in total.
Hill House’s winning project, Albert Court, is a large 6 bedroom duplex apartment within a historical Grade II listed building, located just moments from the Royal Albert Hall.
Basing their scheme on the property’s key period features, Hill House Interiors completely redesigned the internal layout, whilst sympathetically restoring the classical cornicing, panelling and mouldings and intricate details throughout, to the strict guidelines associated with its listed status.
Henley Homes’ entry was Rembrandt House in Watford, which saw the developer expertly convert a former printing press from the 1930s, where early editions of Vogue were printed.