2017 AIDA Shortlist: Installation Design

The shortlist for the 14th annual Australian Interior Design Awards was released on 31 March 2017. In the Installation Design category, 15 projects have been shortlisted.

2017 Installation Design shortlist

41 Birmingham – SJB

Alquema – Loopcreative

Biomedical Breakthroughs – A new view of you – Studio Mether

By Appointment Only – Gloss Creative

Camouflage Disco: Pauline Gandel Children’s Gallery, Melbourne Museum – Design Studio, Museum Victoria

Denfair Stand for Rakumba Lighting – Archier

Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives – Studioplusthree

Hill End Heritage Centre – Trigger

Kaleidoscope – DKO and AJAR Furniture and Design

Meet me at the train! Welcome to the Pauline Gandel Children’s Gallery, Melbourne Museum – Design Studio, Museum Victoria

Parramatta Park Dairy Cottage Installations – Trigger

Rockley Gardens – Installation Design – Elenberg Fraser

The Pool – Aileen Sage Architects with Michelle Tabet

Victoria Harbour – Technē Architecture + Interior Design

Wild State Exhibition Queensland Museum – Cox Architecture

The Installation Design category is supported by Bespoke Careers.

The Awards are co-presented by the Design Institute of Australia, and Artichoke magazine, and will be announced at a gala dinner on Friday 9 June 2017 at The Glasshouse in Melbourne. See more images of the shortlisted projects here.

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