2014 AIDA Shortlist: Public Design

The shortlist for the eleventh annual Australian Interior Design Awards was released on 14 March 2014. In the Public Design category, fourteen projects have been shortlisted.

2014 Public Design shortlist

171 Collins Street – Bates Smart
Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre – Billard Leece Partnership and Tonya Hinde Interior Design
Bendigo Library – MGS Architects
Box Hill Institute, Integrated Technology Hub – Spowers
Ecoville – Hachem
Garangula Gallery – Fender Katsalidis Mirams Architects
Geeveston Child and Family Centre – Wayraparattee – Liminal Architecture and Liminal Spaces
MacKillop Chapel for Australian Catholic University – Woods Bagot
Perth ArenaARM Architecture and Cameron Chisholm Nicol Joint Venture Partners
Raheen Library for Australian Catholic University – Woods Bagot
The University of Queensland Advanced Engineering Building – Richard Kirk Architect and Hassell Architects in Association
Upper West Side – Mim Design
Walkerville Civic and Community Centre – JPE Design Studio
William Macmahon Ball Theatre – Architectus

The Awards are co-presented by the Design Institute of Australia, DesignEX and Artichoke magazine, and will be announced at a gala dinner on Friday, 16 May at The Ballroom, Hilton Sydney. See more images of the shortlisted projects here.

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