Posted 22nd April

2020 unveils winners of Fusion Inspiration Awards 2019

22nd April 2019 - 12:10pm
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2020 Technologies – a software provider for the interior design and furniture manufacturing industry – has named the winners of the 2019 edition of its Fusion Inspiration Awards, having introduced the new Voters’ Choice award for this year.

According to 2020, it received more than 100 submissions this year across its four categories: kitchens, bathrooms, 360-degree panoramas and 2020 Cloud decorative items.

Kevin Matthews from Duo Kitchens & Bathrooms won the kitchen category, while Matthew Thomas from Liberty Home Design took home the bathroom award. Raj Jethwa from Sydenhams won in the 360-degree panorama category, while Oscar Morrell from Raycross Interiors won for 2020 Cloud.

Yaprak Yalcinkay from Designer Kitchen Direct took home the Experts’ Choice award, while David Fitton from Mill Town Kitchens won the new Voters’ Choice award.

“2019 saw both the highest number and standard of entries since we launched the 2020 Fusion Inspiration Awards contest and, as such, it was a delightfully difficult task in picking our winners,” said 2020 Fusion product manager Jim Smalley.

“It is also abundantly clear that the new rendering system is a game-changer for 2020 Fusion designers, allowing them to generate more stunning images than ever. Well done to everyone who participated in this year’s competition.”

Check out the 2020 Fusion Inspiration Awards 2019 contest gallery:


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