2013 Eat-Drink-Design Awards shortlist: Bar

Announced on 19 August 2013, the shortlist for the 2013 Eat-Drink-Design Awards includes twenty projects for Best Bar Design.

Best Bar Design: 2013 shortlist

Alfred & Constance – Derlot
American Hotel Echuca – Beatrix Rowe Interior Design & Brandrick Architects
At Sixes and Sevens – Blueprint Architects
Bar Di Stasio – Robert Simeoni Architects in collaboration with Callum Morton and David Pidgeon
Captain Melville – Breathe Architecture
Citizen Park – Ctrl SPACE and Lovelace & Co.
Foley Lane – Edge Design Studio
Green Beacon Brewing CompanyJames Cubitt Architects
Hihou – Denton Corker Marshall
Honey B – Teo Cavallo Architects
Howler – Splinter Society Architecture in conjunction with Brendan Brogan
Mesa Verde – Grant Amon Architects
Mon Bijou – Hachem
Prahran Hotel – Techne Architects
Sidecar – Kirk Richardson with Dunbabin Architects
The Bourbon – Paul Kelly Design
The Collins – Woods Bagot
The Merrywell – Taylor Robinson
The Smith Restaurant & Bar – GMS Hospitality
Xuxu – Cheshire Architects

See a full gallery of shortlisted projects here.



Published online: 19 Aug 2013
Images: Acorn Photo, Andrew Wuttke, Angus Martin, Brilliant Creek, Dianna Snape, Florian Groehn, Itsuka Studio, Jeremy Toth, Luke Burgess, Murray Fredericks, Peter Bennetts, Peter Clarke, Roger D’Souza, Sarah Grace, Scott Burrows, Shania Shegedyn, Shannon McGrath, Steve Back, Trevor Mein


Artichoke, December 2013

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