2012 Australian Interior Design Awards

The Australian Interior Design Awards were presented at a gala celebration at Doltone House in Sydney on Friday 27 April, attended by members of Australia’s interior design industry.

The awards recognize and celebrate interior design excellence via a credible, industry-based program, which is backed by the Design Institute of Australia, the professional body representing Australian designers.

2012 Australian Interior Design Awards winners

Interior Design Excellence & Innovation – The Royal Children’s Hospital by Billard Leece Partnership and Bates Smart
Public Design – The Royal Children’s Hospital by Billard Leece Partnership and Bates Smart
Colour in Commercial Design – The Royal Children’s Hospital by Billard Leece Partnership and Bates Smart
Hospitality Design – Vue de Monde by Elenberg Fraser
Sustainability Advancement – Vue de Monde by Elenberg Fraser
Retail Design – Loblaws Maple Leaf Gardens by Landini Associates
Workplace Design – Paper Stone Scissors by Russell & George
Installation Design – Chasing Kitsune by Hassell
Residential Design – Potts Point Apartment by Anthony Gill Architects and Tusculum Street by Smart Design Studio
Colour in Residential Design – Tusculum Street by Smart Design Studio
Residential Decoration – Huntingtower by Atticus & Milo
Emerging Interior Design Practice – Anthony Gill Architects

The Best of State and Best International winners, and high commendations were also announced.

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