Every interior has to make an immediate impact, reflecting the identity of the organization it represents. In doing so, interiors are having a stronger and stronger influence on discussions involving public space. Seen in this light, interior architecture is assuming an increasingly dominant position within the realm of design. The Great Indoors 2007 explores this growing influence of interior design on the private and public domain.
The Great Indoors Award is an international, biennial, interior design award initiated and organized by: FRAME Magazine (Amsterdam), Marres, House for Contemporary Culture (Maastricht), and NAiM/Bureau Europa (Maastricht).