Antalis has announced the winning projects of the the third edition of the Antalis Interior Design Award competition, rewarding the most impressive projects using Antalis materials submitted by interior designers, architects, printers, advertisers and design schools.

In all, 537 projects were submitted by creatives from 29 countries, 411 projects published and more than 36,500 votes cast on the Antalis Interior Design Award website. The winners were chosen by an international jury made up of high profile figures in the world of design.

Among the winners was a UK entry from Leeds-based print production house Imageco, which won the Special Sustainability Prize. This was awarded for a project for Pie Factory, which wanted an exhibition stand made in the style of a greenhouse using 100% recyclable, closed-cell Xanita fibreboard . The stand has since been reused three times and will eventually be recycled at the end of its life.

Winner in the Public Building category French artist Daniel Buren impressed the jury with his project. An initiative of the Uhoda group, the Liège-Guillemin station in Belgium was illuminated in a vibrant wash of colour. The temporary artwork was deployed across a vast array of glass panels which transformed the shifting light throughout the day.

Inspired by the history and heritage of Agde in the south of France, Nilda Hernandez won the Special Windows Film Prize for Agde’s Mediatheque. She commented, ‘Thanks to Antalis and their Coala products, we created a decorative signage concept which represents a link to land as well as to an aquatic environment.’

Agnès Lafarge, Visual Communication Group marketing manager at Antalis commented, ‘We are very pleased with the success of this third edition. With the Antalis Interior Design Award competition, we support the development of printing technologies and open up possibilities to all professionals in the field of personalised interior design. Large-format printing is a great creative platform and a fantastic opportunity for expression.’