Back for the second consecutive year, Home Journal Awards 2021 continues to applaud excellence in design.

Home Journal Awards 2021 Recognises and Celebrates Design Excellence
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Back for the second consecutive year, Home Journal Awards 2021 continues to applaud outstanding design and designers.

To go through 41 years in the industry as the most trusted and authoritative bilingual media in the design and lifestyle sector is nothing short of easy. Which is why Home Journal is celebrating this achievement by honouring the most innovative, functional and practical interior design projects and brands, and most importantly, the tastemakers and creators behind them with the Home Journal Awards 2021.

Since inaugurated last year, the accolade has been a landmark event on every design aficionado’s calendar. Now in its second edition, an award ceremony was beautifully curated online to laud the creative concepts and the many homegrown talents in the design scene. As the market leader for more than four decades, Home Journal is committed as always to informing the trends and providing endless inspiration in our niche sector.

The winners of the 2021 edition showcases how essential our homes and living spaces are, and the importance of design and designers in every spectrum. Following last year's success, this year's awards are grouped into two main categories: "Best Brand Awards" and "Best Designer Awards" (including the much-anticipated "Most Popular Brand of the Year"). 

Best Brand Awards

Leveraging on Home Journal’s illustrious history, the company made it a mission this year to recognise, showcase and award the best brands in the homes and interiors sector. These brands span across a myriad of categories: furniture, kitchen systems, bathroom fittings, surface materials, wellness proponents, lifestyle concepts, fabrics and soft furnishings, state-of-the-art appliances, and real estate. 

All the winners share commonalities: they seamlessly merge excellence in function, standards and aesthetics. Some are brands Home Journal has worked closely with for many years and known for their universal quality, while others are new discoveries that are doing great work and deserve to be spotlighted. The following are the winners for Home Journal’s Best Brand Awards 2021:

  • Best Decorative Glasswork: AEfolio
  • Excellence In Kitchen Design: Mia Cucina 
  • Most Sustainable Outdoor Furniture: Zzue Creation
  • Best Customised Furniture: CORS
  • Best Crystal Glasswork: Baccarat
  • Most Innovative Art Gallery: The Spectacle Group
  • Most Innovative Electronic Product: Dyson
  • Most Popular Brand of the Year: Miele
  • Best Concept Lifestyle Store: COLOURLIVING
  • Best Audio Systems: Bang & Olufsen
  • Best Guest Experience: Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
  • Best Wellness Advocate: Frecious Fuji
  • Best Window Treatment: Hunter Douglas
  • Most Outstanding Overseas Property: BT Bina Group

The award for Best Crystal Glasswork goes to Baccarat. Raymond Cheung, Senior Area Sales Manager, Baccarat

The award for Most Innovative Art Gallery goes to The Spectacle Group. Jaime Lau, Founder, The Spectacle Group

The award for Excellence In Kitchen Design goes to Mia Cucina. Catherine Wong, General Manager – Retail Marketing and Sales, The Hong Kong and China Gas Co. Ltd.

The award for Best Decorative Glasswork goes to AEfolio. Eveline Ko (left), Managing Director, AEfolio; Jessica Lee, General Manager, AEfolio

Best Designer Awards

After such an insightful discovery of brands, Home Journal took the opportunity to award the talented designers for their outstanding work and projects. As always, Home Journal is committed to propel the design industry forward, advancing design for the greater good as well as providing opportunities for designers and end users alike to discover and support each other. The following are the winners for Home Journal’s Best Designer Awards 2021:

  • Most Practical Residential Design: JIP Interior Design Limited
  • Most Sophisticated Residential Design: FDP Interior & Planning
  • Most Refined Interior Design: Spirit Innovation 
  • Excellence In Multi-functional Home Design: Aqueous Design Limited
  • Most Personalised Design: Fat Design
  • Most Evocative Residential Design: Haven Design
  • Most Elegant Residential Design: Hei Design
  • Most Sustainable Workspace Design: Ronald Lu & Partners
  • Excellence In Resort-style Design: VirtuouS Interiors

The award for Most Sustainable Workspace Design goes to Ronald Lu & Partners (Hong Kong) Ltd. Bryant Lu, Vice Chairman, Ronald Lu & Partners

The award for Most Personalised Design goes to Fat Design Studio. Tony Tsui, Founder, Fat Design Studio.
The award for Most Evocative Residential Design goes to Haven Design Limited. Mary Wong, Interior Architect, Haven Design 
The award for Most Elegant Residential Design goes to Hei Design Ltd. Chris Lau, Director, Hei Design 
The award for Excellence In Resort-style Design goes to VirtuouS Interiors. Lyann Seto, Creative Director, VirtuouS Interiors.
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