CHECK OUT THE LIV DESIGN AWARDS WINNERS
Nooa by Bishop Design By Paul Bishop

ENTRY CATEGORIES IN LIVING SPACE 

Architectural Design of the Year: Professional // Emerging Architectural Design of the Year: Student

Interior Design of the Year: Professional // Emerging Interior Design of the Year: Student

Society constantly redefines space. Hospitality responds by embracing these changes, whether through the introduction of new accommodation concepts, or by focusing on lifestyle, design, and the lived experience of guests.

Within the LIVING space, architects, interior designers, professionals, and students should apply to these categories:

CATEGORIES INCLUDE:

  • Hotel – Economy
  • Hotel – Boutique
  • Hotel – Midscale & Lifestyle
  • Hotel – Luxury
  • Resort – Economy
  • Resort – Boutique
  • Resort – Midscale & Lifestyle
  • Resort – Luxury
  • Cruise ship & Yacht
  • Lodge
  • Bed & Breakfast
  • Hostel
  • Guesthouse
  • Wellness ( SPA, Yoga, Retreat)
  • Residence
  • Private House
  • Private Apartment
  • Villa
  • Mansion, Castle, Palace
  • Condominium
  • Co-Living Space
  • Tiny House
  • Social Housing
  • Short-term Rental
  • Campers & Vans
  • Others
  • Eco friendly
  • Historic & Heritage
  • Renovation
  • Brand New
  • Beach Destination
  • Mountain Destination
  • City Destination
  • North America
  • Central and South America
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • Australia Pacific
  • Middle East
  • Indian Ocean

ENTRY CATEGORIES IN EATING SPACE 

Architectural Design of the Year: Professional // Emerging Architectural Design of the Year: Student

Interior Design of the Year: Professional // Emerging Interior Design of the Year: Student

Local speciality restaurants are expanding globally, food courts are synonyms of diversity, and fine dining is a multi-sensorial experience; the options available in the food and beverage industry are in constant evolution, offering exciting new concepts, different atmospheres, designs, colors, and textures: for both our taste buds and our eyes. 

Within the EATING space, architects, interior designers, professionals, and students should apply to these categories:

CATEGORIES INCLUDE:

  • Restaurant – Casual
  • Restaurant – Theme
  • Restaurant – Fine Dining
  • Restaurant – Brasserie
  • Private Kitchen
  • Bar & Pub
  • Bar Lounge
  • Cocktail Bar
  • Nightclub
  • Private Club
  • Food Court
  • Food Truck
  • Pop up Bar & Restaurant
  • Event Space
  • Eco friendly
  • Historic & Heritage
  • Renovation
  • Brand New
  • North America
  • Central and South America
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • Australia Pacific
  • Middle East
  • Indian Ocean

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS 

    • All projects are accepted, with no time limits on realization. Great architecture and design are timeless, evolving like living and eating spaces themselves.
    • However, entries in the “Brand New” category must have been in business for no more than 3 years.
    • Provide a brief description of the architecture, interior design or implementation.
    • Provide a designer/ student and/or company profile / university.
    • Give the names of those who should be credited for the architectural or interior design  (i.e. company, designer, construction company, managing group, developer, mentor, professor, etc.).
    • Up to 10 images of your architectural or interior design project, including an optional company logo.
    • Architecture / Design Specification PDF (Mainly for projects that have yet to be realized and are not yet in business: provide specification, site details, etc) – recommended.

    SUBMISSION TIPS 

    We have created a list of the very best tips through the submission process, demonstrating in this step-by-step guide how to ensure your design entry is strong and will make a positive impact on the jury:

    • Complete your user/company profile. Our system provides an auto-generated invoice for your submission fees, so please add your company address, e-mail, VAT number, etc. Also, share your company information, and any previous awards and accolades you have won!
    • As we have an international jury panel, the project description, credits, and other information need to be written in English.
    • The entry description is one of the most essential parts of your submission. Ensure it is engaging and interesting, keeping it as short as you can while still providing as much information as possible. Share the original idea for the design — the creative trigger — and how your project contributes to society or local communities, for example.
    • You can upload up to 10 images with each entry. Select some images that give an overall view of the Architecture / Design, and others that are close-up shots. Please keep in mind that in case you have a winning submission, the cover image (the first image you upload) will be displayed on the website “Winners Gallery” and in the Annual LIV Awards winners catalog, so it should be the image that best represents your entry overall.
    • Don’t forget you can also upload a PDF file with any additional project details, 3D drawings, product specifications, business plans, or any other information you may feel is important to share with the Jury. This is done on the Image Upload stage of the submission.
    • Credit all of the designers that took part in the project. You can also add photographer and model credits as appropriate.
    • Each submission category has many sub-categories for you to choose from and many entries would fit in multiple sub-categories. To increase your chance of winning, we recommend that you enter the projects in more than one sub-category. A 50% discount is offered when entering your design in additional sub-categories.