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Award Recipients

Queensland

 
Project Allisee Penthouse
Designer RLD 

 
New South Wales

 
Project Beach House - Northern Beaches
Designer Hare & Klein 

 
Victoria

 
Project Ross Street Residence
Designer Hassell 
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Award Recipients

Tasmania

 
Project FISH349 Function Room
Designer Terroir 


New South Wales

 
Project Dance of Architecture
Designer Gloss Creative 

 
South Australia

 
Project Santos Centre
Designer BVN Architecture 

 
Victoria

 
Project Maedaya Bar
Designer Architects EAT 

 
Queensland

 
Project Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland
Designer John Wardle Architects + Wilson Architects ,in association 
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Interior Design Excellence and Innovation

Award Recipient

 
Project
Santos Centre
SA 
Design Practice
BVN Architecture
T 03 9639 9199 
Photography
John Gollings 
Jury Citation
Santos Centre Adelaide was regarded by the jury as the “complete project” that surpassed benchmark expectations in all areas of contemporary interior design practice. This project reveals an impressive understanding of the contribution of workplace design to business success. Using the design of the workplace as a commercial tool, the interior has the potential to contribute to employee satisfaction, the company’s recruitment success and general productivity. The project offers meaning, engagement, visual communication, energy and livability and is evidence of a sophisticated consideration of the needs and requirements of business, ESD, workplace culture and worker comfort. The interior is well integrated with its architectural envelope, with the sculptural stair being particularly well resolved. The workplace interior is a well-judged balance of human, commercial and even whimsical elements. The designer and the client are to be congratulated on their understanding of the importance of the workplace as a contributor to commercial achievement. 

 
Retail Interior Design

Award Recipient

 
Project
Ksubi
Vic 
Design Practice
Herbert + Mason Architecture & Ksubi
T 03 9663 0733 
Photography
Ben Glezer 
Jury Citation
This project heralds a much needed and clever shift in retail design in Australia, in terms of both interior spatial resolution and brand reinforcement. The jury acknowledged that if retail design is about being ahead of the pack, then this project is exemplary. The ingeniously designed progression of spaces through the store is experimental, humorous, explanatory and sophisticated, resulting in a unique and adventurous retail experience that references the edgy aspects of popular and visual culture. 


Hospitality Interior Design

Award Recipient

 
Project
Maedaya Bar
Vic 
Design Practice
Architects EAT
T 03 9824 0813 
Photography
Derek Swalwell 
Jury Citation
This interior is the result of a brave and clear concept that communicates a strong story and sense of narrative. The traditional ritual of drinking sake is memorably reflected in the design and a sense of the “Japanese” is clearly evident. The interior embodies simplicity and the design makes a sophisticated use of texture and material. The relationship between the materials used and what is consumed in the establishment has been carefully considered. A strong juxtaposition has been created between the two dining spaces within the interior, which cleverly respond to the different processes of food preparation and presentation in each area. 


Corporate Interior Design

Award Recipient

 
Project
Santos Centre
SA 
Design Practice
BVN Architecture
T 03 9639 9199 
Photography
John Gollings 
Jury Citation
This project reveals an impressive understanding of the contribution of workplace design to business success. Using the design of the workplace as a commercial tool, the interior has the potential to contribute to employee satisfaction, the company’s recruitment success and general productivity. The project offers meaning, engagement, visual communication, energy and livability and is evidence of a sophisticated consideration of the needs and requirements of business, ESD, workplace culture and worker comfort. The interior is well integrated with its architectural envelope, with the sculptural stair being particularly well resolved. The workplace interior is a well-judged balance of human, commercial and even whimsical elements. The designer and the client are to be congratulated on their understanding of the importance of the workplace as a contributor to commercial achievement. 


Public/Institutional Interior Design

Award Recipient

 
Project
Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland
Qld 
Design Practice
John Wardle Architects + Wilson Architects ,in association
T 03 9654 8700 
Photography
Chrstopher Jones 
Jury Citation
The jury recognised this as a project of international standing where the interior resolution is a beautiful extension (or intention) of its architecture. The interior environment is seamless in relation to its exterior and spaces are robust with carefully selected and designed elements. The resulting interior is a confidently designed environment that does not attempt to conceal its laboratory spaces, but celebrates their presence as powerful and energizing demonstrative elements by displaying them proudly. 


Residential Interior Design

Award Recipient

 
Project
Ross Street Residence
Vic 
Design Practice
Hassell
T 03 9654 5744 
Photography
Shannon McGrath 
Jury Citation
A finely crafted, elegant interior that blurs at the edges where it connects with its enclosing architecture and meets its external surroundings. The wonderful sculptural nature of the internal spaces is extended and enlivened by an abundance of natural light. The absence of conventional domestic spatial paradigms and the considered use of materials and finishes complete the composition, ensuring that this family home will bring enjoyment to all who visit and dwell within it, a sentiment that has been wholeheartedly confirmed by the client. 


Residential Interior Decoration

Award Recipient

 
Project
Beach House - Northern Beaches
NSW 
Design Practice
Hare & Klein
T 02 9368 1234 
Photography
Jenni Hare 
Jury Citation
A seamless interior that demonstrates clever use of textiles, finishes and materials that relate to the surrounding landscape and the architectural envelope. Earthy. A timeless mix of furniture has been ingeniously selected to result in an extremely livable family home. The jury described the space as being simple, honest and unpretentious – all key factors for a family weekender. In a discipline that is about the layering and addition of surface treatments and other elements, this project makes a refreshing contribution to contemporary Australian interior decoration practice. 


Interior Product Design

Award Recipient

 
Project
Office Pod
Qld 
Design Practice
Image Products
T 07 3713 7299 
Photography
Kyra Webb 
Jury Citation
A simple and innovative commercial interior product that offers users and specifiers a high degree of flexibility in terms of space and function. The judges felt that the product employed a considered and constant language of detailing and form, resulting in an elegant and unobtrusive interior element. It would work well within most existing workplace interiors and also in temporary working environments such as construction sites and exhibitions. 


Interior Textile Design

Award Recipient

 
Project
Foundation
Design Practice
Loop
T 1300 667 390 
Jury Citation
The project embodied a bold and lively contemporary graphic that the jurors felt was a much-needed addition to the textile ranges currently marketed for health care interiors. The timelessness of the designs and the diverse colour palette also give the textile range the potential to appear within other interior projects, offering specifiers options beyond the obvious application. 


Colour In Commercial Interiors

Award Recipient

 
Project
Club Lumiere @ Lumiere Residences
NSW 
Design Practice
RLD
T 02 9331 4066 
Jury Citation
A limited yet strong use of colour has been achieved through a combination of materials, elements and textures. The dominant blue and charcoal of the vertical surfaces have been softened by billowing curtains, and the colours of each interior element, including the swimming pool itself, are in perfect balance. Clever lighting design has rendered the interior surfaces lustrous, while the curtains and lifebuoy add a touch of whimsy. 


Colour In Residential Interiors

Award Recipient

 
Project
Albert Park Residence
Vic 
Design Practice
Matt Gibson A+D
T 03 9500 0713 
Photography
John Wheatley 
Jury Citation
The jury applauded this project for its carefully crafted use of colour. Confident colour selections have been incorporated in a very refined and dignified manner. Each interior space has been considered as a composition of form and colour, resulting in a beautifully balanced outcome. 


Environmentally Sustainable Design

Award Recipient

 
Project
Williamstown High School, Bayview Street Campus
Vic 
Design Practice
Spowers
T 03 9614 6144 
Photography
Dianna Snape 
Jury Citation
A confident project that extends the incorporation of ESD principles by their innovative and integrated use as teaching elements. Various ESD systems have been exposed and cleverly emphasized as education tools, resulting in an interior where the environment quite literally becomes the teacher. The designers have achieved a striking outcome within the constraints of a public education project budget. The innovative manipulation of ESD initiatives has contributed to a refreshingly non-institutional interior that, while robust, is also highly habitable, dynamic and stimulating. 


Emerging Interior Design Practice

Award Recipient

 
Project
Amnesty international Australia HQ
NSW 
Design Practice
Artillery Interior Architecture
T 03 9686 1899 
Photography
Simon Wood 
Jury Citation
The jury was impressed by Artillery’s practice philosophy and aspirations for its future development. The initiatives Artillery’s directors have established to create a workplace culture within the practice were seen as exemplary and Artillery’s ethical and global positioning was also acknowledged as evidence of their understanding of contemporary practice. Artillery’s completed projects to date indicate that there is significant potential for this recently established interior design practice. 


Best International Interior Design

Award Recipient

 
Project
Entry Paradise Pavillion
Designer
Laboratory for Visionary Architecture (LAVA) 


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Best of State for Commercial Interior Design

Best of State for Residential Interior Design

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The Interior Design Awards Presentation was held on Friday 11 April 2008 at Hilton Sydney. This celebration of the best in Australian interior design is the social highlight for many concurrent events, including designEX 2008, the 2008 Royal Australian Institute of Architects’ National Conference and Form and Function 2008. This is the largest annual gathering of design and architecture professionals. These events taked place from 10 to 12 April at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour.



Purpose and Background

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

- The awards conferred have both national and international significance.

- The judging process is anonymous, transparent and confidential. It is based on peer review and conforms to international standards.

- Jurors are eminent designers working with a convenor appointed by the Design Institute of Australia.

- Entrants receive media recognition via a range of newspapers, magazines and websites.

- Any Australian based design professional can enter. Projects can be located anywhere in the world.

- Funds raised by the program are used solely to deliver the program.

Judging is conducted under the auspices of the Design Institute of Australia, and observes the protocols set by the International Federation of Interior Architects/Interior Designers.

The Interior Design Awards is not a competition. To conform to the judging protocols adopted by the Design Institute of Australia, the jury reserves the right to give multiple awards and/or commendations in a given category. The jury also reserves the right not to give awards and/or commendations in a given category.

Respected Media Partner

Architecture Media is the leading specialist publisher for the design industry in Australasia. An associate company of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects, Architecture Media is a prominent supporter of the design community in both Australia and New Zealand. Through Artichoke (the official magazine of the DIA), Architecture Australia (the national magazine of the RAIA), Landscape Architecture Australia (the official magazine of the AILA), Houses and Architectural Product News and similar publications under the AGM Publishing mark in New Zealand, Architecture Media presents the best Australian and New Zealand design to the world.
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