2020 AIDA shortlist: Residential Design

The shortlist for the 17th annual Australian Interior Design Awards was released on 25 March 2020. In the Residential Design category, 70 projects have been shortlisted.

Residential Design shortlist:

97 Mathoura Road Toorak – Carr

Armadale House – Sanders and King

Armadale Residence II – Studio Tate

Avian Apartment – Alicia Holgar

Back To The Future House – Doherty Design Studio

Ballast Point House – Fox Johnston

Birch Tree House – Susi Leeton Architects and Interiors

Bondi Junction House – Alexander and Co

Bourke Street Apartment – Fowler and Ward

Breezeway House – David Boyle Architect

Brighton Residence – Golden

Budge Over Dover – YSG (formerly Amber Road)

Canopy House – Leeton Pointon Architects and Interiors and Allison Pye Interiors

Casa Chiaroscuro – Biasol

Caulfield North Residence – Travis Walton Architecture

Clinker Brick House – Studio Bright

CLT House – FMD Architects

Coastal Home – Decus Interiors

Coastal Pavilion – Mim Design

Darlinghurst Apartment – Hecker Guthrie

Darlinghurst House – Brad Swartz Architects

Daylesford Longhouse – Partners Hill

Dutch Gable House – Austin Design Associates

Edgar’s Creek House – Breathe Architecture

Elm Tree Place – Eastop Architects

Exhibit House – Stukel Architecture

Fitzroy Penthouse – Freadman White

Forever Home – Biasol

Gem – Elenberg Fraser

Gillies Hall – Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

Great Ocean Road Residence – Rob Mills Architecture and Interiors

Harry and Viv’s House – Ha

Highbury House – Colab Design Studio

Hill House – Decus Interiors

Khayalethu House – Chrofi in collaboration with We Are Triibe

Mermaid Beach Residence – B.E Architecture

Mid Century Sand Dune Sanctuary – Hindley and Co Architecture and Interiors

Napier Street for Milieu – Freadman White

Northbridge House – SJS Interior Design

Northcote House – Melanie Beynon Architecture and Design

Orange Grove Cottage – CO-AP (Architects)

Orrong Road Apartment – B.E Architecture

Palazzo Marcello – Freadman White

Penthouse M – CJH Studio

Perfect Storm – Killing Matt Woods

Plaster Fun House – Sans-Arc Studio

Point Piper Tranquility – Brendan Wong Design

Prahran House – Techne Architecture and Interior Design

Private Residence – Richards Stanisich

Redfern Warehouse – Ian Moore Architects

Ruckers Hill House – Studio Bright

Ruxton Rise Residence – Studiofour

Skywalk – Henry Francis Design

Solid House – Coy Yiontis Architects

St Kilda Road Penthouse – Golden

Tamarama House – Bennett Murada Architects

The Art House – Nina Maya Interiors in collaboration with Bevan Boss Architect

The Eastbourne – Bates Smart

The Esplanade – Williams Burton Leopardi

The Grace Albert Park Lake – Fender Katsalidis

The Marlo House – Anna Carin Design Studio

The Pavilion – GSID Georgie Shepherd Interior Design

Three Stories North – Splinter Society Architecture

Toorak House – Lucy Bock Design Studio

Toorak Residence – Travis Walton Architecture

Tree House – Madeleine Blanchfield Architects

Two Sheds – Dreamer with Roger Nelson

Vikki’s Place – Curious Practice

Woorak House – Palm Beach CM Studio

Wyoming – Inarc Architects

The Residential Design category is supported by Sub-Zero 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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