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Australian finalists in 2015 INSIDE Awards

The shortlist for the 2015 INSIDE Festival of Interiors Awards has been announced. Australian projects dominated the Health and Education category, with all four shortlisted projects located from Australia. John Wardle Architects will have a 50/50 chance of winning this category, with two projects (both collaborations) shortlisted.

Designers of the shortlisted projects will be invited to present to the panel of jurors in Singapore during the 2015 INSIDE World Festival of Interiors, 4–6 November 2015.

The shortlisted Australian projects are:

Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne – John Wardle Architects and NADAAA in collaboration

Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne – John Wardle Architects and NADAAA in collaboration

Image: Peter Bennetts

Health and Education

Care Implant Dentistry – Luis Pedra Silva - Pedra Silva Architects

Jeffrey Smart Building, University of Adelaide – John Wardle Architects in association with Philips/Pilkington Architects

Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne – John Wardle Architects and NADAAA in collaboration

The University of Queensland Oral Health Centre – Cox Rayner Architects in association with Hames Sharley

Hotel Hotel Ground Floor Interior by March Studio.

Hotel Hotel Ground Floor Interior by March Studio.

Image: John Gollings

Hotels

Hotel Hotel Ground Floor Interior – March Studio

Offices

ARUP Sydney Office Pilot – BVN

Medibank Workplace – Hassell

Display

Ward Village Information Centre and Sales Gallery (Honolulu) – Woods Bagot

See the full shortlist here.

The 2015 INSIDE World Festival of Interiors runs concurrently with the 2015 World Festival of Architecture (WAF). See the Australian projects shortlisted in the WAF Awards.

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