Jury announced for 2020 Dulux Colour Awards

The panel of judges that will decide the 2020 Dulux Colour Awards has been announced.

The awards showcase inventive colour application in built environments and recognize the diversely creative use of colour across residential and commercial spaces in Australia and New Zealand.

The jurors are Jonathan Richards (director, Richards Stanisich), Jean-Pierre Biasol (director, Biasol Design Studio), Kathryn Robson (director, Robson Rak Architects and Interiors), Adele Winteridge (director, Foolscap Studio) and Toni Brandso (director, Material Creative).

Andrea Lucena-Orr, Dulux Colour Planning and Communications Manager, described the jurors as “accomplished industry leaders, experts at recognizing and appraising innovative use of colour in built spaces.”

Entries are open to architects, designers, interior decorators, colour consultants, stylists and students of architecture and interior design.

Award categories include Commercial Interior – Workplace and Retail, Commercial Interior – Public and Hospitality, Commercial and Multi Residential Exterior, Residential Interior, Single Residential Exterior, and Student. There will also be two Grand Prix awards, with prizes of $5,000, for the best Australian and New Zealand entries.

Entries will close on 27 February 2020.

For more information, go here.

To see the full list of winners from the 2019 Dulux Colour Awards, go here.

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