2016 Australian Interior Design Awards: Commendations

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Squint/Opera by Sibling.

Squint/Opera by Sibling. Image: Christine Francis

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Bresic Whitney Hunters Hill by Chenchow Little.

Bresic Whitney Hunters Hill by Chenchow Little. Image: Peter Bennetts

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Corrs Chambers Westgarth by Bates Smart.

Corrs Chambers Westgarth by Bates Smart. Image: Peter Clarke

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Dinner By Heston Blumenthal by Bates Smart.

Dinner By Heston Blumenthal by Bates Smart. Image: Mark Roper

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Abbots & Kinney by studio-gram.

Abbots & Kinney by studio-gram. Image: David Sievers

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Tetsujin by Architects EAT.

Tetsujin by Architects EAT. Image: Derek Swalwell

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Transformer by Breathe Architecture.

Transformer by Breathe Architecture. Image: Peter Clarke

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Lee Ho Fook by Techne Architecture + Interior Design.

Lee Ho Fook by Techne Architecture + Interior Design. Image: Brooke Holm

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The Ugly Duckling by Hecker Guthrie.

The Ugly Duckling by Hecker Guthrie. Image: Shannon McGrath

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Mater Hospital Poche Van Norton Special Care Nursery by Alexandra Kidd Design.

Mater Hospital Poche Van Norton Special Care Nursery by Alexandra Kidd Design. Image: Simon Whitbread

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Methodist Ladies College Boarding House Upgrade by CODA Studio.

Methodist Ladies College Boarding House Upgrade by CODA Studio. Image: Peter Bennetts

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Monash International Bachelor of Business School by Jackson Clements Burrows with Jackson Interiors.

Monash International Bachelor of Business School by Jackson Clements Burrows with Jackson Interiors. Image: Earl Carter

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Woodleigh School, Homestead Redevelopment, Senior Campus by Law Architects.

Woodleigh School, Homestead Redevelopment, Senior Campus by Law Architects. Image: Drew Echberg

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Monash University Academics' Club & Café (Church of Secular Coffee) (St Ali) by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects.

Monash University Academics’ Club & Café (Church of Secular Coffee) (St Ali) by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects. Image: Peter Clarke

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Beresford Cellar Door by Enoki and Alexander Brown Architects.

Beresford Cellar Door by Enoki and Alexander Brown Architects. Image: CR3 Studio

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UBET by McCartney Design and Hulsbosch.

UBET by McCartney Design and Hulsbosch. Image: Steve Back

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Aesop Rundle Street by Genesin Studio.

Aesop Rundle Street by Genesin Studio. Image: Jonathan Vdk

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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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PUBLIC2015 by FORM Building a State of Creativity.

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

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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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Studio Thing by Warc Studio.

Studio Thing by Warc Studio. Image: Aaron Pocock

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Parr House by SJB Interiors.

Parr House by SJB Interiors. Image: Nicole England

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Balwyn Residence by Fiona Lynch.

Balwyn Residence by Fiona Lynch. Image: Sharyn Cairns

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Double Life House by Breathe Architecture.

Double Life House by Breathe Architecture. Image: Katherine Lu

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Villa Marittima by Robin Williams Architect.

Villa Marittima by Robin Williams Architect. Image: Dean Bradley

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Ranley Grove House by Owen Architecture.

Ranley Grove House by Owen Architecture. Image: Toby Scott

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Richmond Residence by We Are Huntly.

Richmond Residence by We Are Huntly. Image: Brooke Holm

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Toorak Residence by Adele Bates Design.

Toorak Residence by Adele Bates Design. Image: Chris Warnes

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Bendigo Residence by Flack Studio

Bendigo Residence by Flack Studio Image: Brooke Holm and Marsha Golemac

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Oggi by Studio-Gram.

Oggi by Studio-Gram. Image: David Sievers

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1118 Certified by TomMarkHenry.

1118 Certified by TomMarkHenry. Image: Damian Bennett

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2016 Australian Interior Design Awards
Commendations

Twenty-eight projects and three emerging practices received commendations.

Workplace Design

Squint/Opera – Sibling

Bresic Whitney Hunters Hill – Chenchow Little

Corrs Chambers Westgarth – Bates Smart

Hospitality Design

Dinner By Heston Blumenthal – Bates Smart 

Abbots & Kinney – studio-gram  

Tetsujin – Architects EAT  

Transformer – Breathe Architecture 

Lee Ho Fook  – Techne Architecture + Interior Design

The Ugly Duckling – Hecker Guthrie

Public Design

Mater Hospital Poche Van Norton Special Care Nursery – Alexandra Kidd Design

Methodist Ladies College Boarding House Upgrade – CODA Studio

Monash International Bachelor of Business School – Jackson Clements Burrows with Jackson Interiors

Woodleigh School, Homestead Redevelopment, Senior Campus – Law Architects

Monash University Academics’ Club & Café (Church of Secular Coffee) (St Ali) – Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

Retail Design

Beresford Cellar Door – Enoki and Alexander Brown Architects 

UBET – McCartney Design and Hulsbosch    

Aesop Rundle Street – Genesin Studio

Installation Design

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

PUBLIC2015 – FORM Building a State of Creativity

Lexus Design Pavilion ‘The Nest’ – Mim Design

Studio Thing – Warc Studio

Residential Design

Parr House – SJB Interiors 

Balwyn Residence – Fiona Lynch

Double Life House – Breathe Architecture

Villa Marittima – Robin Williams Architect

Ranley Grove House – Owen Architecture

Residential Decoration

Richmond Residence – We Are Huntly

Toorak Residence – Adele Bates Design

Emerging Interior Design Practice

Flack Studio

Studio-Gram

TomMarkHenry


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