My Favourite ID (MFID) is a healthy competition among local design professionals and self-taught talents to showcase their work to the public.

MFID is open to all Malaysian-based design professionals, including interior designers, interior decorators, interior architects. Its main objective is to inculcate a competitive environment for them to improve and simultaneously enhance the quality of the interior design and architecture industry in Malaysia.

The top favourite ID is judged by a panel of 100 distinguished and honorary personalities from the home & living industry as well as friends from the media. The winners also get exclusive magazine and newspaper features, radio interviews, appearances in a TV production and get to represent Malaysia in the Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards (APIDA).


The Winning Project: Seri Riana Residence, Wangsa Maju
ID Firm: Luna Solutions Sdn Bhd

In this sophisticated home, bight blue accents and strategic lighting enhance the dark wood palette that dominates the interior.

The Winning Project: Lake Field Residence
ID Firm: IDS Interior Design

Green, serene and absolutely clean in terms of style and design, this bungalow features a impressive inside out concept that welcomes nature in a minimalist way.

The Winning Project: One Legenda, Cheras
ID Firm: Turn Interior Design

The black palette is a visual success in this home, creating a strong but subtle element to enhance the aesthetics of the house.

The Winning Project: Madge Mansions Show Apartment, Kuala Lumpur
ID Firm: Geoffrey Thomas Associates

This interior engages an urban contemporary concept, reflecting a sophisticated and dramatic ambiance achieved through a serene neutral palette.

The Winning Project: Centrio, Bangsar South
ID Firm: Kech Design Studio

Raw and modern, decisively industrial and steel-dominant, this loft is reminiscence of the bygone Machine Age while holding down a contemporary concept.

The Winning Project: TWY Duplex Condo, Mont Kiara
ID Firm: X Dimension

A chic cosmopolitan ambience reverberates throughout this interior where a sense of intimacy is achieved through the use of a dark neutral palette

The Winning Project: Neverland, Penang
ID Firm: Nevermore Design

Dark accents against a pristine white palette express a sophisticated sense of style in this home interior, offering a warm and wonderful interpretation of the minimalist style.

The Winning Project: Saujana Rawang Lakeside Semi-D
ID Firm: Design Base

The interior cleverly uses timber in a contemporary way to enhance the modern resort feel of living away from the city.

MFID is a friendly event among local design professionals to showcase their work to members of the public. It is organised annually by inDesign Malaysia.

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