Interior Educators Awards 2022: Shortlisted projects exhibited at Re-Form show
22 July 2022
Falmouth University's shortlisted Interior Educators Awards submissions were recently exhibited at this year's Interior Educators Re-Form show.
Interior Educators (IE) is an organisation established by academics representing well-established Interior programmes from across the UK. IE now represents more than 50 higher education institutions, teaching almost 3,000 students.
Amongst IE’s main objectives are the desire to advance and promote interiors education, to share and advocate best practice in higher education teaching and to represent interiors education at a national and international level.
As part of this mission, IE runs the Interior Educators Awards to recognise outstanding achievement in both design and writing, with shortlisted work being showcased at an annual exhibition.
This year, Falmouth’s students were shortlisted in four out of the six awards categories; Social Justice, Interior Futures, Climate Emergency and Sustainability and Collaboration and Interdisciplinary Practice.
BA(Hons) Interior Design students Hollie Milne, Ashley Powell, Mila Valova and Jai Standing all had their work exhibited at the recent Re-Form show - explore all of Falmouth's shortlisted projects below.
Ashley Powell, holm.
For projects which address climate change, energy use, resource depletion, biodiversity and other ways in which people can live within the Earth’s natural limits.
Hollie Milne, The Bottle Top Project
For projects which address issues of social justice and equity, and fundamental human rights and dignity for all.
Mila Valova, Juvenoia
For projects which explore the inter-connected possibilities of spatial design and design practice which challenge the idea of “interiors”, and which develop a brief in new and unexpected directions.
Jai Standing, Breathe
For projects which address issues of future spaces and possibilities, including responses to political, economic and social shifts and challenges.