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2018 Australian Interior Design Awards: Best of State

Best of State 2018 Australian Interior Design Awards

Victoria

Commercial: Space and TimeRussell and George

Residential: Canning Cottage – Bicker Design

Viet Next Door by Genesin Studio.

Viet Next Door by Genesin Studio.

Image: Jonathan VDK

Tasmania

Commercial: Pumphouse Point Shorehouse Addition – Jaws Interiors and Jaws Architects

South Australia

Commercial: Viet Next Door – Genesin Studio

Residential: Millswood House – Studio Gram with Kate Russo

Australian Capital Territory

Commercial: Canberra Airport – International – Guida Moseley Brown Architects

Western Australia

Commercial: Dentsu Aegis (DAN) – Woods Bagot Perth Studio and Schiavello Construction

Residential: King George – Robeson Architects

King George by Robeson Architects.

King George by Robeson Architects.

Image: Dion Robeson

Queensland

Commercial: 259 Queen Street Main Lobby Refurbishment – Cox Architecture

Residential: Crescent House – Deicke Richards

New South Wales

Commercial: Wynyard Walk – Woods Bagot

Residential: Coogee House II – Madeleine Blanchfield Architects

International

Sean Connolly at Dubai Opera – Alexander and Co and Tribe Studio Architects

The Australian Interior Design Awards are presented by the Design Institute of Australia and Artichoke magazine. For more images of this project, see the Australian Interior Design Awards gallery.

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Published online: 25 May 2018
Images: Adam Gibson, Brooke Holm, Christopher Frederick Jones, David Sievers, Dion Robeson, John Gollings, Jonathan VDK, Nikole Ramsay, Paul Martin, Robert Walsh, Trevor Mein

Issue

Artichoke, June 2018

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