2016 Australian Interior Design Awards: Best of State

Best of State 2016 Australian Interior Design Awards

The best commercial and residential designs from Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland, and overseas.


Commercial Design: Monash University Academics’ Club & Cafe (Church of Secular Coffee) (St Ali) – Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

Residential Design: Fitzroy Loft – Architects EAT

South Australia

Commercial Design: Beresford Cellar Door – Enoki and Alexander Brown Architects

New South Wales

Commercial Design: Our Lady of the Assumption – BVN

Residential Design: Darling Point Apartment – Chenchow Little

Western Australia

Commercial Design: Alex Hotel – Arent&Pyke with Spaceagency


Commercial Design: North Lakes Office Fitout – Nielsen Workshop & Morgan Jenkins Architecture

Residential Design: Ranley Grove House – Owen Architecture

Best International Design

Aesop Westgate – Russell & George



Published online: 10 Jun 2016
Images: Anson Smart, CR3 Studio, Camera Obscura, James Coombe, John Gollings, Peter Bennetts, Peter Clarke, Toby Scott, Wai Kay


Artichoke, June 2016

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