—4M Group has been awarded the Best Bar Design for HAMAM Jazz Bar by the .
Hailed as the largest architectural and interior design programme in the world, The WIN Awards, presented this year by renowned British historian and broadcaster Andrew Graham-Dixon, are the leading international awards honouring excellence in design and architecture.
The WIN Awards panel which nominates and selects the winners was comprised of industry experts, including: Sir Terence Conran, Francesco Anselmo, Vanessa Brady, Mathew Dalby, Adrian Griffiths, Rabih Hage, Lee Hallman, Zerlina Hughes, Christopher Jenner and Mark Major.
This year, WIN received 1,300 entries from around the world in 13 specific categories: Bars, Restaurant, Residential, Workspace, Retail, Hotels, Leisure/Entertainment, Museum/Exhibitions, Public Sector, Lighting Design, Lighting Products, Furniture Products and Interior Accessories.
4M Group’s HAMAM won for Best Bar Design, up against four other final contenders: Electric in Paris France by Since 1974; Erkonlig Bar in Innsbruck Austria by ATP Sphere GmbH; Northern Lights Bar in Nesjavellir Iceland by Minarc; and Wasbar in Antwerp Belgium by PINKEYE.
At the awards ceremony, Dixon said that the jury’s notes specified that 4M Group was “no doubt, a clear winner, with its tactility and innovative use of local materials.”
For a full description of HAMAM and photos, please visit: http://www.4mgroup.co.uk/?FaqeID=3&project=57
A complete overview and information on the winning projects and on WIN can be found on: http://www.worldarchitecturenews.com/interiors/