2015 AIDA Shortlist: Installation Design

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

2015 Installation Design shortlist

A Fine Possession – Christina Carayanides Architect And Museum Of Applied Arts And Sciences
Australia In The Great War – Cunningham Martyn Design
City Of Trees Cardboard Enclosures – Cardboard Design: Fold Theory
Contessa – D’Occhio
Emporium Melbourne – ‘Upscaled’ – Gloss Creative
Empty Coolamons: In Memoriam To The Stolen Generations – Museum Victoria Design Studio
Filter – DesignOffice
Lexus Design Pavilion – Mim Design
National Anzac Centre, Albany – Thylacine Design
Pop Down BarDesignOffice
Roger Tait Man – Loopcreative
The Fox Hotel Heineken Installation – Design Clarity
WA Police Pavilion – Creative Spaces

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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