The shortlist for the 2020 Smeg Tour competiton, which rewards outstanding architectural kitchen design, has been announced.
The winners will receive return flights to Venice from Australia, and embark on a tour that takes in both the Venice Architecture Biennale and Smeg’s headquarters in Guastalla, a town in Reggio Emilia where the company was founded in 1948.
The shortlist comprises a number of new kitchen projects, that included a Smeg product, completed between January 2018 and August 2019.
Paul Enright, national commercial manager of Smeg Australia, said, “As a company with a strong heritage in architectural design, the Smeg Tour competition is always a highlight on our calendar.
“This year was no different, with an outstanding pool of projects showcasing high quality design incorporating Smeg appliances. All projects, and in particular the shortlisted entries, showed innovative yet functional kitchen design and clever use of materials and space.”
Entries will be evaluated by a jury comprising past tour participants Anita Panov (Panovscott Architects), John Wardle (John Wardle Architects), David Karotkin (Carabiner) and Janet Holmes a Court (philanthropist and architecture supporter)
In 2018 the winning entries were Myrtle Tree House by MAKE Architecture, Jac by Panovscott Architects, Henry Street House by Eugene Cheah Architecture and 41 Birmingham by SJB.
For more information, visit the Smeg website.
The 2020 Smeg Tour competition shortlist
- Bondi Apartment – Ricci Bloch Architecture and Interiors
- Brisbane Riverbank House – Owen Architecture
- Camp Hill Cottage – Owen Architecture
- Elm and Stone – DKO Architecture
- Lilyfield House – Studio203
- Little Hutt House – EPH Studio
- Manchester Terrace – Retallack Thompson
- Sandy Point House – Kennedy Nolan
- Scotland Island House – Sam Crawford Architects
- Winship Cottage – Owen Architecture