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Australia's B/Hive, Smales Farm, by BVN, in association with Jasmax, is one of the 534 projects shortlisted for this year's Inside World Festival of Interiors. The project is a finalist in the Health & Education category
Australia's B/Hive, Smales Farm, by BVN, in association with Jasmax, is one of the 534 projects shortlisted for this year's Inside World Festival of Interiors. The project is a finalist in the Health & Education category
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Australia's B/Hive, Smales Farm, by BVN, in association with Jasmax, is one of the 534 projects shortlisted for this year's Inside World Festival of Interiors. The project is a finalist in the Health & Education category
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Australia's B/Hive, Smales Farm, by BVN, in association with Jasmax, is one of the 534 projects shortlisted for this year's Inside World Festival of Interiors. The project is a finalist in the Health & Education category
Banu Flagship Restaurant was designed by Studio Link-Arc + Kane A|UD. The project is located in Chengzhou, China, and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category
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Banu Flagship Restaurant was designed by Studio Link-Arc + Kane A|UD. The project is located in Chengzhou, China, and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category
Bedok Public Library was designed by ONG&ONG. The project is located in Singapore and is a finalist in the Civic, Culture & Transport category
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Bedok Public Library was designed by ONG&ONG. The project is located in Singapore and is a finalist in the Civic, Culture & Transport category
Boutique Home was designed by Snuper Design. The project is located in Taiwan and is a finalist in the Residential category
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Boutique Home was designed by Snuper Design. The project is located in Taiwan and is a finalist in the Residential category
Classroom Makeover for the Blind was designed by Creative Crews. The project is located in Thailand and is a finalist in the Health & Education category 
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Classroom Makeover for the Blind was designed by Creative Crews. The project is located in Thailand and is a finalist in the Health & Education category 
Cloud of Luster was designed by KTX archiLAB. The project is located in Japan and is a finalist in the Civic, Culture & Transport category 
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Cloud of Luster was designed by KTX archiLAB. The project is located in Japan and is a finalist in the Civic, Culture & Transport category 
Dean & Deluca STAGE was designed by Ole Scheeren. The project is located in  NYC and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
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Dean & Deluca STAGE was designed by Ole Scheeren. The project is located in  NYC and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
Gift Shops of National Museum of Qatar was designed by Koichi Takada Architects. The project is a finalist in the Retail category
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Gift Shops of National Museum of Qatar was designed by Koichi Takada Architects. The project is a finalist in the Retail category
HUUU! Eyewear Trendsetter was designed by Tanatkiat Chongkriengkrai and AA+A. The project is located in Thailand and is a finalist in the Retail category 
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HUUU! Eyewear Trendsetter was designed by Tanatkiat Chongkriengkrai and AA+A. The project is located in Thailand and is a finalist in the Retail category 
Karavanstop Cafe was designed by One Bite Design Studio. The project is located in Hong Kong and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
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Karavanstop Cafe was designed by One Bite Design Studio. The project is located in Hong Kong and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
LaCanTouch FF&E Gallery, Library and Salon was designed by Vermilion Zhou Design Group. The project is located in China and is a finalist in the Display category 
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LaCanTouch FF&E Gallery, Library and Salon was designed by Vermilion Zhou Design Group. The project is located in China and is a finalist in the Display category 
Meow Restaurant was designed by E Studio. The project is located in China and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
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Meow Restaurant was designed by E Studio. The project is located in China and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
noma was designed by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group). The project is located in  Denmark and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
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noma was designed by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group). The project is located in  Denmark and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
Pet House was designed by Zhang Hai'ao. The project is located in China and is a finalist in the Residential category
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Pet House was designed by Zhang Hai'ao. The project is located in China and is a finalist in the Residential category
St Andrews Beach Villa was designed by Woods Bagot. The project is located in  Australia and is a finalist in the Residential category 
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St Andrews Beach Villa was designed by Woods Bagot. The project is located in  Australia and is a finalist in the Residential category 
The Fortnum's Bar and Restaurant at The Royal Exchange was designed by Universal Design Studio. The project is located in London, UK, and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
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The Fortnum's Bar and Restaurant at The Royal Exchange was designed by Universal Design Studio. The project is located in London, UK, and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
The Top of Cloud was designed by RSAA and Büro Ziyu Zhuang. The project is located in China and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
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The Top of Cloud was designed by RSAA and Büro Ziyu Zhuang. The project is located in China and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 

Following the recent unveiling of the World Architecture Festival (WAF) shortlist, its sister event, the Inside World Festival of Interiors, has revealed its own 2019 shortlist. The awards celebrates the best, boldest, and most innovative interior designs from around the world.

Much like the WAF, the Inside World Festival of Interiors is global in scope, with the 543 shortlisted projects hailing from 70 different countries. From these, one overall winner will eventually be chosen during the three-day WAF event held in Amsterdam in December.

"Inside has been a growing part of the overall World Architecture Festival program since 2012 and continues to grow in terms of quantity and quality," says WAF program director Paul Finch. "We are delighted with the intriguing designs and geographical spread of this year's entries and look forward to the live judging in Amsterdam."

noma was designed by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group). The project is located in  Denmark and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
noma was designed by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group). The project is located in  Denmark and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 

High-end Danish restaurant noma is one of the standout projects. BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) turned a former military warehouse once used to store mines for the Royal Danish Navy into a "culinary village." It contains 11 buildings, with dining areas decorated in different themes, including a barbecue area styled like a large walk-in hut, and a brick lounge that's intended to make guests feel like they're sitting cosily in an oversized fireplace.

Meow Restaurant was designed by E Studio. The project is located in China and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 
Meow Restaurant was designed by E Studio. The project is located in China and is a finalist in the Bars & Restaurants category 

China's Meow Restaurant, by E Studio, is notable for its sheer novelty. As its name suggests, the restaurant allows feline fans to dine among their (hopefully very well toilet trained) favorite animals in a multi-level environment that embraces cats' love of climbing and exploring.

Gift Shops of National Museum of Qatar was designed by Koichi Takada Architects. The project is a finalist in the Retail category
Gift Shops of National Museum of Qatar was designed by Koichi Takada Architects. The project is a finalist in the Retail category

Koichi Takada Architects designed a museum gift shop that's worthy of Jean Nouvel's stunning National Museum of Qatar. Featuring intricate curved timber walls and ceilings that draw inspiration from the Qatari desert landscape, its graceful appearance belies the 40,000 3D-modeled parts that were required to create it.

Head to the gallery to see a selection of highlights from the 2019 Inside World Festival of Interiors shortlist, including a pet-centric Chinese house, a Singapore library with an "Alice in Wonderland" themed section, and a villa by Woods Bagot that mixes old and new.

Source: Inside World Festival of Interiors

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