AIDA Show and Tell with Hassell: Di Stasio Citta

The new Show and Tell video series celebrates the winners of the 2020 Australian Interior Design Awards, which were announced on 29 May.

The first instalment invites you to experience the theatre, art and drama of Di Stasio Citta by Hassell, the 2020 winner of the Premier Award for Australian Interior Design and a joint winner of the Award for Hospitality Design.

In an extraordinarily challenging time for the hospitality sector, this video celebrates the power and resilience of great hospitality design.

The Australian Interior Design Awards is a partnership event of the Design Institute of Australia and Artichoke magazine. The 2020 awards were supported by Dulux, Elton Group, Signorino, Space Furniture, Sub-Zero and Wolf, Laminex, Novas, and Oblica.

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