|Proven track of creative vision on offices and workspace|
|A conceptually-driven and holistic approach to interior design|
|Previous experience in offices fit-out is desirable|
|Interested in and aware of current conversations on interior design for tech|
|May 2||Shortlisted studios announced (semi-finalists)|
|Debriefing with selected studios|
|May 15||Shortlisted studios announced (finalists)|
|June 15||Final projects assessment|
Phase I – Public
Through a public open call a number of 7 studios will be selected to enter the competition. This phase is your occasion to introduce yourself and your team to us. We are only interested in finding out more about who you are, your experience and your vision. Therefore, at this stage, we are not expecting fully-fledged proposals. The shortlisted studios will be announced individually.
Phase II – Closed
After we had met with the participating studios those whose experience and vision best matches our criteria will enter the second stage of the call. The selected studios will receive a brief based on which they will be asked to develop a specific proposal. The studios invited to develop proposals will receive a pitch fee.
What happens next?
The winning studio will be awarded with a contract for Interior Architect and will receive the appropriate fees on top of the pitch fee. They will join forces with our project team to bring to life our new development over the course of the next two years.
Please email your application pack to email@example.com by 10PM on Sunday, April 15 and you will hear back from us within a few weeks.
Please bear in mind that the jury will consist of ING members of different nationalities, therefore, the application pack you submit should be written in English.
Your application pack should include:
Bios of the team
Examples of your previous work
A proposal in which you briefly outline your creative vision for our new headquarters
We encourage concept-driven proposals that show vision and imagination as well as an affinity for the tech industry.
The supporting materials can be links to projects, renders, PDFs or any other format you deem useful.