2015 Eat Drink Design shortlist: Best Restaurant Design

Announced on 21 August, the shortlist for the 2015 Eat Drink Design Awards includes 26 projects for Best Restaurtant Design.

Best Restaurant Design: 2015 shortlist

2KW – Claire Kneebone

ACME – Luchetti Krelle

Bang – Nicholas Gurney

Beccafico – Matt Woods Design

Billy Kwong – George Livissianis

Brisbane River Grill – Patrick Torcasio and Jit Lal

Cucina Vivo – Luchetti Krelle in collaboration with Steelman partners

East – Hecker Guthrie

Entrecôte – Flack Studio and Jason M Jones

Fancy Nance – Studio Tate

Fonda Hawthorn – Technē Architecture + Interior Design

Gondola-Gondola – Sans-Arc Studio

Kiyomi – Luchetti Krelle in collaboration with Steelman partners

L’Hotel Gitan – SJB Interiors (Melbourne)

Loretta – Parsonson Architects

Lume – Studio Y

Mach2 by Machiavelli – Noxon Giffen

Moama Junction – Abeo Design (interior design and styling) and Altis Architecture (architecture and landscaping)

Pastuso – SMLWRLD

Polperro WineryHecker Guthrie

Rosa’s Canteen – Ha

Sean’s Kitchen – Alexander & CO.

The Butler – Luchetti Krelle

The Fat DuckBates Smart

Transformer Fitzroy – Breathe Architecture

Vanilla Upstairs – Chris Connell Design

See a full gallery of shortlisted projects here.

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