The event, originally scheduled to take place in Miami, USA, was attended by the winners online
Elite Exhibitions has revealed the winners of its first-ever Cruise Ship Interior Awards in an exclusive online event.
The awards received several hundred entries from across the cruise interiors industry. The finalists were then selected by a panel of industry experts from several cruise line brands before voting was opened to the wider cruise interiors community. Originally scheduled to be held in Miami, USA, the event was held online due to travel restrictions.
Among the winners was Cruise & Ferry’s executive editor, Jon Ingleton. He was presented with the Unsung Hero award “as recognition for all he does in uniting the cruise industry.” Ingleton emphasised that he was accepting the award on behalf of the entire Cruise & Ferry team.
Other award winners at the event included Studio DADO for Best Cabin, for its work on Princess Cruise Lines’ Sky Princess. De Jorio Design International received the award for Best Restaurant, while Magicman won in the the Sustainable Product of the Year category. MJM Marine was recognised as carrying out the Best Drydock, and SMC Design also picked up several awards, winning in the Best Outdoor Space and Best Signage categories.
Many of the award winners have contributed to the upcoming 2020 issue of Cruise & Ferry Interiors, sharing insights on their latest projects and the future of the passenger ship interiors industry. The cover story for the issue was designed by Volume Creative, winner of the Best Art category, and there is an exclusive interview with Giacomo Erasmo Mortola, recognised by the awards as a ‘Legend of Design’.
For a full list of the winners, click here.
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