We are extending our warmest congratulations to the winners of the Australian Interior Design Awards 2021 announced on Friday night, especially the 12 Institute members whose projects received awards.
Liminal Spaces won the Premier Award for Australian Interior Design for The Bleeding Tree, which the jury lauded as a standout example of the “best interior design” that “influences emotion” saying “this project does that in the simplest yet most impactful way.”
Members also excelled in the Interior Design Impact Award, with Russell and George being recognised for Space and Time in Victoria as well as receiving a Retail Design Commendation for Sarah and Sebastian. Architects EAT won a prestigious Residential Design award for Bellows House, while Studio Bright won a commendation in the same category for 8 Yard House.
Ritz and Ghougassian won a commendation in the Hospitality Design category for Prior. In Public Design Neeson Murcutt and Neille in collaboration with Cox Architecture won an award for Project Discover while Kosloff Architecture won a commendation for La Trobe University Library Bendigo.
In Workplace Design both Architects EAT and Akin Atelier won commendations for Alfred Stables and INCU HQ respectively.
Scott Carver in collaboration with Artists in Motion won a commendation in the Installation Design category for Sydney Opera House Tours Immersive Digital Experience as did BoardGrove Architects for NGV Triennial 2020 Outdoor Pavilions.
In the Best of State Awards for Residential Design Myers Ellyett was recognised in Queensland for Harcourt and Williams Burton Leopardi in South Australia for Walkerville Residence.
In the Best of State Awards for Commercial Design, Liminal Spaces was recognised in Tasmania for The Bleeding Tree. The awards showcase excellence and celebrate the value of outstanding design. Well done to all recipients.