2020 AIDA Shortlist: Residential Decoration

The shortlist for the 17th annual Australian Interior Design Awards includes 21 projects in the Residential Decoration category.

2020 Residential Decoration shortlist

Armadale Residence II — Studio Tate
Art House — Studio CD
Avian Apartment — Alicia Holgar
Brighton Residence — Golden
Budge Over Dover — YSG (formerly Amber Road)
Coastal Home — Decus Interiors
Courtyard House — Hugh-Jones Mackintosh
Crane in the Sky — YSG (formerly Amber Road)
Hill House — Decus Interiors
Jade House — Swee Design
JJA House — In Design International
Orchard House — Chelsea Hing
Penthouse Apartment, Millers Point — Studio Barbara
Point Piper Tranquility — Brendan Wong Design
St Kilda Road Penthouse — Golden
The Art House — Sarah Davison Interiors
The Marlo House — Anna Carin Design Studio
Tidal Arc House — Decoration by Simone Haag, with Woods Bagot and Hecker Guthrie
Toorak House — Lucy Bock Design Studio
Toorak Residence — Travis Walton Architecture
Tree House — Madeleine Blanchfield Architects

The Residential Decoration category is supported by Sub-Zero and Wolf.

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

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