THE GRAND JURY MEET: BLUE STAR PRESENTS ACES OF SPACE DESIGN AWARDS 2021
Architect and Interiors India|December 2021
THE ARCHITECT & INTERIORS INDIA ACES OF SPACE DESIGN AWARDS 2021 WAS A CELEBRATION OF UNIQUE DESIGN.
The evolution of Indian architecture and the interior design space continues unabated. Contributing to this phenomenal growth is the Architect & Interiors India Aces of Space Design Awards - one of the pioneering design awards of the industry that pays homage to architectural projects, interior design firms, and designers who leave an indelible mark in India. This year was no different. In fact, after a forced break last year, Aces of Space Design Awards 2021 bounced back stronger this year, garnering much love and support from the industry.

The nomination process began a few months earlier and the Grand jury meets for the Aces of Spaces Design Awards 2021, held on November 25, saw the brightest stars of the industry come together to show their support and lend their time to judge the overwhelming number of entries received across the 23 categories!

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