Vote now to help Catalyst win a prestigious international interior design award
A housing association home which doubled as a pop-up art gallery, has been shortlisted in the Society of British and International Design’s International Design Awards, which recognise excellence in interior design.
Catalyst’s Portobello Square Town House, designed by Suna Interior Design, is up against homes from around the globe, including from London, Switzerland, Poland, Portugal and South Africa. The Town House is one of the new homes we’re building in our regeneration of the Wornington Green estate in north Kensington.
The public have the chance to influence the awarding of the top prize by voting for their favourite design by this Friday 18 September, so please help us by voting today.
Karen Lee Brindle, Catalyst’s head of sales and marketing said: “I’m delighted that we have been nominated for this award. It is great recognition of the uniqueness of the Portobello Square Town House and the work that we have put into its design.
“Working to our brief, Suna designed a look for this three-bed town house that is unique, because the home doubled as a pop-up art space. We worked with a local gallery to use the show home to display a changing range of hand-picked art works from their collection. Thanks to Suna’s great design and our partnership with the gallery, the home looks amazing and, as this nomination shows, it stands up against our international competitors.”
Voting ends on Friday 18 September at 5.30pm, so follow this link and cast your vote today. Please also feel free to share this with your family and friends, to make sure we beat the competition and get international recognition for our work!