Ganjam Flagship Store: Interiors Wins Prix Versailles 2016 at UNESCO

The Ganjam Flagship store won the award for store Interiors in the competition, which recognises shops and commercial spaces, and is remarkable for their integration with landscape, exterior architecture, interior design as well as services.
: IJ News Service
09 July 2016 12:50 PM
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Ganjam’s Bangalore Flagship Store has been rewarded for their interior store design by a jury of international architects and cultural experts at the Prix Versailles 2016, held at the UNESCO headquarters, for Commercial Architecture. The Ganjam Flagship store, which was launched in October 2015, for the completion of 125 years of the brand, won the award for store Interiors in the competition, which recognizes shops and commercial spaces, and is remarkable for their integration with landscape, exterior architecture, interior design as well as services. The store is designed by the renowned design personality, Denis Montel, Managing & Artistic Director at the eminent French firm, RDAI.

Prix Versailles Awards 2016 Umesh Ganjam Joint Managing Director with Cécile Buhagiar Interior Architect Senior Project Manager at IBLJ

This year’s award competition had nine international winning projects, located in Brazil, Cambodia, France, India and USA, as opposed to the inaugural 2015 edition, which only judged boutiques in France. Among the nine winning projects, Alexander McQueen’s Paris Flagship Store was rewarded for its Design, while the award for Store Exterior went to furniture store TOG – Phillipe Starck in São Paulo, Brazil. It also included prizes for hotels and restaurants for the first time. The awards were held at UNESCO’s Paris headquarters on May 27, with Versailles Mayor François de Mazières presiding over an international jury comprised of three architects, a stylist, a philosopher and a chef. Ambassadors from many countries were also in attendance to witness the award ceremony.

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