The SieMatic ID Contest received a great response at its premiere. With far more than 300 entries from 25 countries, expectations were clearly exceeded. "We are delighted that the ID Contest met with such a great and positive response the very first time. This is confirmation of the high level of competence and quality of our partners and planners worldwide, who make every individual customer wish possible," says Ulrich W. Siekmann, CEO of SieMatic Möbelwerke.
Competition for Excellent Kitchen Interior Design
The eight-member, top-class international jury had the challenging job of determining winners in four categories: one winner each in the SieMatic style worlds PURE, URBAN and CLASSIC, and the "Best of the Best", which honoured the most convincing submission across the board. A further proof for the high quality of the works are beyond that Honorable Mentions, which assigned the jury altogether 23 times.
Detailed news on the individual categories will follow here soon. We congratulate the winners on their great work!
Best of the Best: Project 'N house' by Satoshi Kurosaki, Apollo Architects and Associates and SMW Japan from Tokyo, Japan
Best of CLASSIC: Project 'Nelson Kitchen' by Matthew Rao, RAO Design Studio from Atlanta, USA
Best of PURE: Project 'Königstein' by Daniel Krampe, Krampe GmbH Küchenstudio from Kelkheim, Germany
Best of URBAN: Project 'Het Boekendaaltje' by Colette Dike from Bloemendaal and John van de Gevel, SieMatic aan het Vondelpark from Amsterdam, Netherlands