2020 AIDA Shortlist: Retail Design

The shortlist for the 17th annual Australian Interior Design Awards includes 16 projects in the Retail Design category.

2020 Retail Design shortlist

Armadillo and Co - Sydney Showroom — Studio Goss
Burwood Brickworks — architecture by NH Architecture, in partnership with Russell and George on interior design
CAW 2.0 — Megan Ryan
Elite Spinal Physiotherapy and Pilates — Tom Mark Henry
II Bosco Artedomus — The Stella Collective and Thomas Coward Studio
Little Sky Gelato — Ewert Leaf
Living Edge Perth Showroom — Hassell, Living Edge and Taylor Robinson Chaney Broderick
Marthas Table — Melissa Collison Design Electrolight
NAR Showroom — Fowler and Ward
National Museum of Qatar Gift Shops — Koichi Takada Architects
RC+D Gallery — Kestie Lane Studio
Salon X Papas — Hogg and Lamb
Script Skincare — Hecker Guthrie
Seen Skin — Golden
St Agni — We Are Triibe
Via Porta — Studio Esteta

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. Winners will be announced on 29 May. See more images of the shortlisted projects here.

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