It’s almost Christmas and it’s time to sum up of the past year relating the best interior design contest contended on CoContest.
The 2014 was full of contest, clients from all over the world used the Italian cloud-sourcing platform dedicated to interior design to draw their projects.
We told you about common projects, as the refurbishing of the lounge or a bed room, challenging project like the conversion of old buildings into modern technological offices or extravagant projects as the igloo made out of wood; today we choose the top 5 projects of the year, from which we get precious tips and suggestive ideas to renovate your spaces. The 5th place of our personal hit list goes to the project realized by Virginia Cosenza for the contest “Create a farmhouse in an apartment in Rome”, from which we appreciate the idea to create a paving tiles across different areas, that, alternated with light wood parquet, gives color and dynamism to the internal layout.
4th place for the project created by the Roman interior designer Daniele del Prete, that in the “Giardino Indipendente a San Teodoro” contest designed a suggestive water path with a molded stone slab accommodating a Jacuzzi (or the mini-bio-pool) and the nebulizing showers for steam bath.
Lowest step of the podium the design of a University library realized by the architect Marcello Taioli for the “Luiss University Library” contest, noticeable indeed in this case the external coating, modern and elegant, both as structure made out of wood that characterized the internal path between the study areas and the library furnished with the volumes consulted by the students.
2nd place for the complete restoration of a villa in the province of Belluno realized by the architectural studio
02Astudio that not only has set a refined and functional design at the same time, but has seen the partial substitution of the inside bearing wall with the addiction of an exposed steel beam to merge kitchen and the hall into a wonderful open space where reunite the whole family.
The best project for 2014 for our personal hit list, without any doubt, the futuristic Wooden Igloo by the architect Luca Iacoponi from Livorno, that among the many note worthy things, is topped with the external design characterized by a suggestive mechanism of shatters that enable to control the irradiation of natural light. As described by the architect: “a refuge, a primitive architecture which becomes the pure architectural essence”.