2017 Australian Interior Design Awards: Best of State

Best of State 2017 Australian Interior Design Awards

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


Commercial: Higher Ground — DesignOffice

Residential: Henry Street HouseEugene Cheah Architecture

South Australia

Commercial: Antica Pizzeria e Cucina — Genesin Studio

New South Wales

Residential: Indigo Slam — Smart Design Studio

Commercial: The EDG Forum – Archer Office


Residential: Inverdon House — Chloe Naughton

Commercial: UQ Forgan Smith West Wing Refurbishment — BVN


Commercial: University of Tasmania Executive Workplace Renewal — Liminal Spaces

West Australia

Commercial: Supreme Court of Western Australia — Peter Hunt Daryl Jackson (Joint Venture) Architects (PHDJ)


TVNZ Television Network Centre Refurbishment — Warren and Mahoney Architects Australia



Published online: 9 Jun 2017
Images: Acorn Photo, Benjamin Hosking, Brendan Homan, Christopher Frederick Jones, David Roche, Kasia Werstak, Patrick Reynolds, Sandi Sissel, Sean Fennessy, Trevor Mein


Artichoke, June 2017

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