2015 AIDA Shortlist: Hospitality Design

The shortlist for the twelfth annual Australian Interior Design Awards was released on 13 March 2015. In the Hospitality Design category, thirty-five projects have been shortlisted.

2015 Hospitality Design shortlist

119 Howard Street – Zwei Interiors Architecture
9 Noodle House – Envision Design Consultant With R. Kim
ACME – Luchetti Krelle
Bond – Hachem Australia
Bondi’s Best – TomMarkHenry
Catfish – Russell & George
Cho Cho San – George Livissianis
Drift House – Multiplicity
East – Hecker Guthrie
Feast Of Merit – Ewert Leaf As Part Of Feast Of Merit Design Team
Fenix Events – Shareen Joel Design
Filter – DesignOffice
Fonda Hawthorn – Techne Architecture + Interior Design
Gia – Hecker Guthrie
Heart Attack And Vine – Nicky Adams In Collaboration With Perarchitects
Hotel Centennial – Luchetti Krelle
Huntingdale Golf Club – Inarc Architects
Intercontinental Sydney Double Bay – Bates Smart
Jury – Biasol: Design Studio
Matisse Beach Club – Oldfield Knott Architects
Motto Motto Japanese Kitchen – Veca Group And ACG Design Co.
Move Yoga – Hecker Guthrie
One Spa At RACV Royal Pines Resort – Joseph Pang Design Consultants
Parwana Kutchi Deli – Studio-Gram X Mash
Pavel – Otto Design Interiors
Polperro Winery – Hecker Guthrie
RamenYa + 1000wat Emporium Melbourne – Wala (Weian Lim Architects)
Sake, Double Bay – Melissa Collison Interior Design
Seans Kitchen – Alexander & Co.
Swine & Co – Melissa Collison Interior Design
The Butler – Luchetti Krelle
The Charming Squire – Collins And Turner In Collaboration With Baber Studio And D’occhio
The Kettle Black – Studio You Me
The Nelson – Techne Architecture + Interior Design
The Shed – Design Portfolio

The Awards are co-presented by the Design Institute of Australia, Diversified Communications and Artichoke magazine, and will be announced at a gala dinner on Friday 15 May 2015 at the Grand Ballroom at Sofitel on Collins in Melbourne. See more images of the shortlisted projects here.

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