2020 AIDA Shortlist: Hospitality Design

The shortlist for the 17th annual Australian Interior Design Awards includes 45 projects in the Hospitality Design category.

2020 Hospitality Design shortlist

Avli by Tashas – B and S Studio
Babylon – Hogg and Lamb
Blacksmith – The Stella Collective
Bond Store – Proto-Tipo
Carter Lovett – Megan Hounslow
Chica Bonita – Studio Gram
Chocolate Buddha – Maddison Architects
Di Stasio Citta – Hassell
Duck and Rice – Hogg and Lamb
Eazy Peazy – Richmond Carr
Florence Coffee – Colab Design Studio
Frederic – SJB Interiors
Glorietta – Alexander and Co
Holism Retreat at MGallery – Studio Tate
Hotel Rose Bay – Richards Stanisich
Laurent Kew – Golden
Leigh Street Wine Room – Studio Gram
Lilian – Ctrl Space
Madre – RADS
Marthas Table – Melissa Collison Design, Electrolight
No. 92 – Pattern Studio
One + Rise at 101 Collins Street – Gray Puksand
Paper Crane – Control Space
Part Time Lover – Sans-Arc Studio
Qantas First Lounge, Singapore – Caon Studio in collaboration with Akin Atelier
Rajasthan Rifles – Melissa Collison Design
Shelter – Esoteriko Interior Architecture
Sibling Espresso Bar – Travis Walton Architecture and 21-19
Sisterhood – Biasol
Soma Collection – Giant Design Consultants
Sonora – Guru Projects
Stamford Park Homestead – Brahman Perera
Stem – Sans-Arc Studio
Stillwater Seven – Cumulus Studio
Tattersalls Hotel Armidale – Luchetti Krelle
Tetto di Carolina – Chris Connell Design
The Beach House – Studio Gram
The Byng Street Boutique Hotel – Onefour Interiors
The Guardsman – Studio Gram
The Legacy House – Bar Studio
Tilly May’s – Alexander and Co
Via Porta – Studio Esteta
Will and Co – Alexander and Co
Willing Coffee – Ohlo Studio
Woolwich Pier Hotel – Alexander and Co

The Hospitality Design category is supported by Oblica.

The Australian Interior Design Awards are co-presented by the Design Institute of Australia and Artichoke magazine, and will be announced on Friday 29 May. See more images of the shortlisted projects here.

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