2015 Australian Interior Design Awards: Commendations

2015 Australian Interior Design Awards Commendations

Twenty-three projects and one emerging practice received commendations.

Hospitality Design

Parwana Kutchi Deli – Studio-Gram x Mash
Gia – Hecker Guthrie
Huntingdale Golf Club – Inarc Architects
Polperro Winery – Hecker Guthrie

Workplace Design

TransGrid Sydney Office – Bates Smart
JWT Sydney Headquarters – Geyer
Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Sydney – Bates Smart
Interactive – Arnold Lane

Installation Design

WA Police Pavilion – Creative Spaces
Emporium Melbourne – “Upscaled” – Gloss Creative
The Fox Hotel Heineken Installation – Design Clarity
Pop Down BarDesignOffice
Filter – DesignOffice

Retail Design

Living Edge ShowroomWoods Bagot
Napoleon Perdis Chapel – StudioBird
Nutorious – Luchetti Krelle

Public Design

The Channel – Clare Cousins Architects
MUSE – Macquarie University Student ExperienceWoods Bagot

Residential Decoration

Figtree House – Arent&Pyke and Jason Sullivan
Cliff Top House by Hare + Klein

Residential Design

KerferdWhiting Architects
Local House – Make Architecture
Alfred Street Residence – StudioFour

Emerging Interior Design Practice

Studio You Me

The Australian Interior Design Awards are presented by the Design Institute of Australia, Diversified Communications Australia and Artichoke magazine. For more images of these projects, see the Australian Interior Design Awards gallery.

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