The 2016 World Interiors News awards were announced at a presentation at London’s Design Museum on 23 February 2017.
The awards recognized designs that made the biggest impact on the cultural landscape in 2016, including bars, hotels, restaurants and furniture and lighting products, as well as practices.
Across 17 categories, seven Australian projects were among the 27 winners selected from almost 600 entries by a 51-member international jury.
The winning and shortlisted Australian projects are:
Oggi, Adelaide – Studio Gram
Eat Burger, Sydney – Amber Road
Mister Hoffman, Melbourne – Joanne Motee
Dead Ringer, Sydney – TomMarkHenry
Pink Moon Saloon, Adelaide – Sans-Arc Studio
Retail Interiors – Less than 200 square metres
1888 Certified, Sydney – TomMarkHenry
Retail Interiors – Greater than 200 square metres
Aldi Project Fresh – Landini Associates
Lune Croissanterie, Melbourne – Studio Esteta
Workspace Interiors – Greater than 10,000 square metres
Melbourne School of Design, Melbourne – John Wardle Architects and NADAAA in collaboration
Corrs Chambers Westgarth National Roll-out, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth – Bates Smart
Workspace Interiors – Less than 10,000 square metres
Woods Bagot Melbourne Studio – Woods Bagot
Paramount by the Office Space, Sydney – Woods Bagot
The Old Clare Hotel, Sydney – Tonkin Zulaikha Greer
Interior Practice of the Year
Robert Mills Architects and Interior Designers
Emerging Interior Practice of the Year
MLC Centre Food Court, Sydney – Luchetti Krelle
888 Collins Street, Melbourne – Ramus
Corrs Chambers Westgarth – Electrolight
Philips Lighting Headquarters, Eindhoven – LAVA
Step and Kick Series – Volker Haug
See the full list of winners here.