We are delighted to announce that the Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ) has awarded Interiors the title of Best New Journal during their annual award ceremony, which took place at the Modern Language Association convention, in Seattle earlier this month. We are truly thrilled that the journal has received such an accolade and would like to take this opportunity to thank the editors, contributors and subscribers for all helping to make this journal a success.
The Judges comments:
The judges distinguished Interiors as particularly exceptional and praised the journal for making “a lasting mark on the interdisciplinary study of interior design theory.”
They commented on the articles’ “cultural implications well beyond the traditional borders of the discipline” and expressed admiration for “the visuals as well as the text regarding spatial relationships, social attitudes, and design.”
“The writing [is] focused and accessible to the lay person as well as architects…. the printed publication offered [attractive] visuals illustrating salient issues and spoke to the historical reflection of structure as a symbol of culture, community, and personality.”