2019 AIDA Shortlist: Workplace Design

The shortlist for the 16th annual Australian Interior Design Awards was released on 19 March 2019. In the Workplace Design category, 44 projects have been shortlisted.

2019 Workplace Design shortlist

175 Eagle Street Lobby Refurbishment – Cox Architecture

75 Myrtle Street – Tonkin Zulaikha Greer

80 Albion – Squillace Architects and Interiors

Ambience Lighting – Studio Y.

Arcadis Sydney – WMK Architecture

ARRB – PTID with Amicus

Arup Melbourne – Hassell with Arup

Arup Sydney – Hassell with Arup

B:Hive, Smales Farm – BVN in association with Jasmax

BVN Sydney Studio – BVN

Cardno APAC Headquarters – Cox Architecture

Carman’s HQ – Ewert Leaf

Caulfield Grammar School Co-work – Studio Tate

Clemenger Group Sydney – Bates Smart

Cox Architecture Brisbane Studio – Cox Architecture

David Jones and Country Road Group – Gray Puksand

Denton Corker Marshall Studio – Denton Corker Marshall

Design Studio Fitout – BSPN

Ernst and Young Wavespace – GroupGSA

George Place – Fender Katsalidis

Hayball Sydney Studio – Hayball

High St Office – Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

Hudson Conway – Powell and Glenn

Identitii – Fellow Interiors

International House – Hassell

King St – Kennedy Nolan

MacPherson Kelley Lawyers – GroupGSA and Artillery

Marrickville Warehouse – Adele McNab Architect

Origin Workplace Brisbane – Hassell

Pedla – Coy Yiontis Architects

Piazza Dell’Ufficio – Branch Studio Architects

Port Adelaide Office Accommodation – Walter Brooke and Associates

Space and Co. Exhibition St – WMK Architecture

Space and Co. L19, 2 Southbank – BVN

St Michael’s Grammar School – Christopher Elliott Design

SuiteX – BVN

Techne Studio – Techne Architecture and Interior Design

The Cloud – Foolscap Studio

The Pulteney Street Studio – BGK Contech

Typo – PTID with CoDesign Studio

Uber Offices Perth – Geyer

United Co. – PTID

Wanderlust – Templewell Studio with Rezen and Lahaus Studio (Design Stables)

Zed – Studio-Gram

The Workplace 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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