Australian interiors well represented in 2018 Dezeen Awards longlist

Thirty-one Australian projects are among the 207 interiors projects longlisted for the 2018 Dezeen Awards.

The awards program, which is a new initiative for the international design blog, attracted more than 3,500 submissions from 91 different countries. The program is divided into three main category groups: interiors, design and architecture. Special awards for Interior Designer of the Year and Emerging Interior Designer of the Year will recognize all-round design excellence for a body of work.

Twig House by Leeton Pointon Architects with Allison Pye Interiors.

Twig House by Leeton Pointon Architects with Allison Pye Interiors.

Image: Earl Carter

Australian projects feature prominently on the interiors longlist, with a particularly strong showing in the House interior section, with 10 entries among the 26 longlisted.

The architecture longlist, which can be found here, featured 23 Australian projects. Australian architecture projects were longlisted in every architecture category and were well represented in the hospitality category, with six longlisted entries.

The longlist will be judged by a panel of international judges, which includes Astrid Klein (Klein Dytham Architecture, Amanda Levete (Amanda Levete Architects), Sadie Morgan (DRMM), John Pawson (John Pawson Architects), Thomas Heatherwick (Heatherwick Studio) and Ma Yansong (Mad Architects). The shortlist will be announced in August.

The longlisted Australian projects are:

House interior

Red Hill Residence – Travis Walton Architecture

Red Hill Farm House – Carr Design Group

Twig House – Leeton Pointon Architects with Allison Pye Interiors

Darlinghurst Residence – SJB

Palm Beach – Alexander and Co

Captain Kelly’s Cottage – John Wardle Architects

Merricks Guesthouse – Studio Esteta

MLB Residence – Mim Design

Capertee Valley Cottage – Studio Esteta

Hawthorn House – Eugene Cheah Architecture

Residential interior

Mt Buller Chalet Penthouse – Henry Francis Design

The Melburnian Residence – Studio Tate

South Yarra Mirror Apartment – Golden

Jackalope by Carr Design Group.

Jackalope by Carr Design Group.

Image: Sharyn Cairns

Hospitality interior

Middletown Café – Studio Tate

Jackalope – Carr Design Group

Domaine Chandon – Foolscap Studio

Fonda Bondi – Studio Esteta

Toby’s Estate Darling Square – Studio Tate

The Budapest Café – Biasol Design Studio

Au79 Café – Mim Design

Workspace interior

Bresic Whitney Rosebery – Chenchow Little

Cremorne Studio – Conrad Architects

Hayball Surry Hills Studio – Hayball

Civic and cultural interior

Learning and Teaching Building Monash University – John Wardle Architects

Retail interior

Kloke – Studio Goss

Sum of Us by Golden.

Sum of Us by Golden.

Image: Sharyn Cairns

Health and wellness interior

Willow Urban Retreat – Melanie Beynon and Megan Hounslow, Meme Design

Sum Of Us – Golden

Hairo – Span Design

Bodycentric – Enoki

Small interior

Merricks Guesthouse – Studio Esteta

Bodycentric – Enoki

Hawthorn House – Eugene Cheah Architecture

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