2014 AIDA Shortlist: Workplace Design

The shortlist for the eleventh annual Australian Interior Design Awards was announced on 14 March 2014. In the Workplace Design category, thirty-one projects have been shortlisted.

2014 Workplace Design shortlist

A&R Plastic Surgery – Base Architecture
ACMA – Peckvonhartel
Altus – Edwards Moore
AMP Collins Place – SJB Interiors
Ansarada Office – Those Architects & End of Work
ANZ Tower, Sydney – Hassell
Assemble Studio – Assemble and Local Spaces
BDO Workplace – Conrad Gargett Riddel Ancher Mortlock Woolley
Blackwood Street Bunker – Clare Cousins Architects
Compulsive Productions – Matt Gibson Architecture + Design
Cotton On Group Distribution Centre and Warehouse – PTID
Envato Headquarters – Büro
ERGON Energy Workplace – BVN Donovan Hill
Evans & Partners – Bates Smart
FiftyFive5 – Acme & Co
Harrison Grierson Workplace (Brisbane) – Conrad Gargett Riddel Ancher Mortlock Woolley
Herbert Smith Freehills Workplace – BVN Donovan Hill
Hilditch Lawyers – Williams Burton Architects + Interior Design
KUD Office – Kavellaris Urban Design
La Trobe University Chancellery – DesignInc
Little Group Office – Mim Design
Murphy Pipe and Civil – Marc&Co, Baber Studio and Jarosz Design
National Australia Bank (NAB) Docklands – Woods Bagot
NSW Government Offices – RK-D
Pdt Architects Brisbane Office – Pdt Architects
SBS Pilot Space – Hassell
Sirca – Woods Bagot
Sustainable Headquarters for Birkenstock Australia – Melbourne Design Studios (MDS)
Sydney Commonwealth Parliament Offices – Architectus
The Endodontic Group – Surroundings in association with KDW, Jacks Corner and Mappin Design Group
Victorian Government Office – Peckvonhartel

The Awards, co-presented by the Design Institute of Australia, DesignEX and Artichoke magazine, 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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