2016 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Restaurant Design – high commendations

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Saan (Auckland, New Zealand) by Cheshire Architects

Saan (Auckland, New Zealand) by Cheshire Architects Image: Jeremy Toth

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Saan (Auckland, New Zealand) by Cheshire Architects

Saan (Auckland, New Zealand) by Cheshire Architects Image: Sarah Grace

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Higher Ground (Melbourne, Victoria) by DesignOffice

Higher Ground (Melbourne, Victoria) by DesignOffice Image: Sean Fennessy

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Higher Ground (Melbourne, Victoria) by DesignOffice

Higher Ground (Melbourne, Victoria) by DesignOffice Image: Sean Fennessy

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Antica Pizzeria e Cucina (Adelaide, South Australia) by Genesin Studio

Antica Pizzeria e Cucina (Adelaide, South Australia) by Genesin Studio Image: Brendan Homan

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Antica Pizzeria e Cucina (Adelaide, South Australia) by Genesin Studio

Antica Pizzeria e Cucina (Adelaide, South Australia) by Genesin Studio Image: Brendan Homan

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Tetsujin (Melbourne, Victoria) by Architects EAT

Tetsujin (Melbourne, Victoria) by Architects EAT Image: Derek Swalwell

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Tetsujin (Melbourne, Victoria) by Architects EAT

Tetsujin (Melbourne, Victoria) by Architects EAT Image: Derek Swalwell

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Oggi (Adelaide, South Australia) by Studio-Gram

Oggi (Adelaide, South Australia) by Studio-Gram Image: David Sievers

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Oggi (Adelaide, South Australia) by Studio-Gram

Oggi (Adelaide, South Australia) by Studio-Gram Image: David Sievers

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Highly commended restaurants at the 2016 Eat Drink Design Awards:

Saan (Auckland, New Zealand) – Cheshire Architects
Higher Ground (Melbourne, Victoria) – DesignOffice
Antica Pizzeria e Cucina (Adelaide, South Australia) – Genesin Studio
Tetsujin (Melbourne, Victoria) – Architects EAT
Oggi (Adelaide, South Australia) – Studio-Gram

See the whole gallery of images at the Eat Drink Design Awards website


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