2016 AIDA Shortlist: Installation Design

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Collette Dinnigan: Unlaced by Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences in collaboration with Anna Tregloan, consultant designer.

Collette Dinnigan: Unlaced by Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences in collaboration with Anna Tregloan, consultant designer. Image: Marinco Kojdanovski

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The Sleeperie by Hassell, Draisci Studio, and Sto Werkstatt.

The Sleeperie by Hassell, Draisci Studio, and Sto Werkstatt. Image: Edward Bishop

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Lexus Design Pavilion 'The Nest' by Mim Design.

Lexus Design Pavilion ‘The Nest’ by Mim Design. Image: Earl Carter

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Melbourne Art Book Fair by Fold Theory.

Melbourne Art Book Fair by Fold Theory. Image: Sean Fennessy

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My Zinc Bed / Blood Bank by Stukel Stone.

My Zinc Bed / Blood Bank by Stukel Stone. Image: Clare Hawley

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PUBLIC2015 by FORM Building a State of Creativity.

PUBLIC2015 by FORM Building a State of Creativity. Image: Bewley Shaylor

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Studio Thing by Warc Studio.

Studio Thing by Warc Studio. Image: Aaron Pocock

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The Living Forest by Gloss Creative.

The Living Forest by Gloss Creative. Image: Marcel Aucar

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Work With Me Here by Sibling.

Work With Me Here by Sibling. Image: Tobias Titz

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Wulugul Pop Up by Foolscap Studio.

Wulugul Pop Up by Foolscap Studio. Image: Penny Lane

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The shortlist for the 13th annual Australian Interior Design Awards was released on 24 March 2016. In the Installation Design category, 10 projects have been shortlisted.

2016 Installation Design shortlist

Collette Dinnigan: Unlaced – Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences in collaboration with Anna Tregloan, consultant designer
The Sleeperie – Hassell, Draisci Studio, and Sto Werkstatt
Lexus Design Pavilion ‘The Nest’ – Mim Design
Melbourne Art Book Fair – Fold Theory
My Zinc Bed / Blood Bank – Stukel Stone
PUBLIC2015 – FORM Building a State of Creativity
Studio Thing – Warc Studio
The Living Forest – Gloss Creative
Work With Me Here – Sibling
Wulugul Pop Up – Foolscap Studio

The Awards are co-presented by the Design Institute of Australia, and Artichoke magazine, and will be announced at a gala dinner on Friday 10 June 2016 at the Wentworth Ballroom at Sofitel Wentworth Sydney. See more images of the shortlisted projects here.


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