Wicklow winner at the SONAS Bathrooms 2023 Bathroom Design of the Year

SONAS Bogs and TU Dublin (Technological College Dublin) right now announced the winners of the 2023 Bathroom Style and design of the Calendar year. The general winner is Anna Szwagrzyk from Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, followed by Niamh Tighe of Knocklyon, Dublin 16 in next place, and Ga Robinson from Bray, Co Wicklow in 3rd.

College students of the Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in Structure, led by just one of Ireland’s most effective regarded Interior Designers Dr. Neville Knott, had been tasked to generate a luxurious bathroom for a up to date resort and they unquestionably did not disappoint. 3rd 12 months award-winning students, gained a certificate together with a income prize.  The total successful style and design will be introduced to daily life in a Sonas Studio exhibit at a person of the Sonas Retailers. 

Dr. Knott mentioned “This has been a really enjoyable opposition for our students. As Sonas are the greatest supplier of toilet solutions in Ireland, the learners had the opportunity to explore a wide range of themes and designs in lavatory layout with products from their in depth assortment. Functioning on actual lifestyle commercial initiatives is constantly a fantastic working experience for tomorrow’s designers and these college students have definitely risen to the celebration with a huge selection of wonderful styles. I extend my congratulations to Anna, Niamh and Georgia.” 

Richard Sloan, MD of SONAS Loos claimed “Sonas Bogs are very pleased to assistance the next technology of designers and noted the extraordinarily higher common in entries to the levels of competition.  We genuinely delight in seeing the creativeness of these college students and how they introduced sustainability, wellness and engineering to play in the modern-day toilet. It will be fantastic to provide the profitable rest room to life in just one of our retailer showrooms.” 

Jackie Carton, President of the Interiors Affiliation of Eire stated “It is amazing to see Irish corporations investing in the designers of the foreseeable future. And what a upcoming that is – I have been blown away by the skills I witnessed as aspect of the judging panel. The Interiors Association also appreciates Sonas Bogs sponsoring student membership for this full class.” 

  • Anna Szwagrzyk from Dublin 15

In accordance to the judges “This entry scored best thanks to its excellent originality of style and how colour was used in such a harmonious fashion. Anna took a viewed as risk in working with a huge array of colours, materials and textures, but the equilibrium and overall use of space performs genuinely perfectly, foremost to a stunning remaining result.”  

  • Niamh Tighe Dublin 16 (Next prize) 

In accordance to the judges “The daring use of magenta color mixed with monochrome gave this toilet immediate influence. It was a intelligent easy layout proving that fewer is more. Even though keeping to the exact palette the judges commended Niamh’s use of a huge selection of materials, clever storage and the total linear appear of the space.” 

  • Ga Robinson from Wicklow (Third prize) 

According to the judges this is “An bold, authentic design and style with boutique hotel vibes. There was a powerful art deco revivalist sense to it, with courageous use of supplies, excellent structure and storage alternatives. Georgia’s room was thought of a serious showstopper by the judges.”