2019 AIDA Shortlist: Retail Design

The shortlist for the 16th annual Australian Interior Design Awards was released on 20 March 2019. In the Retail Design category, 18 projects have been shortlisted.

2019 Retail Design shortlist

Act of Wine – Zwei Interiors Architecture

Camilla and Marc – Akin Atelier

Church Street Butcher – Ewert Leaf

E and S Showroom – Mim Design

Gaggenau Melbourne – Carr

Manteau Noir – Carole Whiting Interiors and Design

Mastani – Design Office

Ownworld – Arnoldlane

Paramount Recreation Club – Herbert and Mason

Pedla – Coy Yiontis Architects

Sensory Lab – Studio Esteta

Spirit Sales Centre – DBI

Stylecraft Home Melbourne – Hassell

The UNSW Bookshop – SJB

Tongue n Groove Flagship Showroom – Tobias Partners

Usfin Atelier – George Livissianis

Warrior One – Golden

Zowie Evans Hairdressing – Cheah Saw Architecture

The Retail Design category is supported by Laminex.

The Australian Interior Design Awards are co-presented by the Design Institute of Australia and Artichoke magazine, and will be announced at a gala banquet at the Forum Melbourne on 31 May. See more images of the shortlisted projects here.

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