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Australia's Best: AIDA Hospitality Design

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Thirty five innovative and inspirational hospitality designs have made this year's shortlist for the Australian Interior Design Awards.

Almost half of the shortlisted designs this year are from Victoria, while the cities with the most number of finalists are Melbourne and Sydney.

Fewer finalists are from Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia, suggesting that the hub of creative interior design in Australia is based in Victoria and New South Wales.

The Australian Interior Design Awards Events Manager Jacinta Reedy said the awards helped designers gain national and international recognition.

“Leading organisations recognise that design is an investment," Ms Reedy said.

"Good design is good for business. The role of the Australian Interior Design Awards has always been to champion the value of good design."The Hospitality category is one of the primary categories of the awards and is  open to any restaurant, bar, hotel, and hospitality based recreational premises.

The judges look for designs that use architectural and artistic skills to create exceptional hospitality experiences, providing inspiration for current and future interior designers.

Many shortlisted designers were praised for how well their designs suited the style, service and vibe of their client's hospitality venues.

This year's finalists not only created excellent architectural spaces,  but unique worlds that members of the community could step into and appreciate.

This is the foundation of creating a strong brand image for clients,  in which good interior design helps align the brand message and image.

Attention to detail was imperative to all shortlisted designs, with the clever incorporation of appropriate architectural materials and technologies.

The overall winner will be announced May 15 in the Grand Ballroom at the Sofitel in Melbourne.

 

BEST HOSPITALITY DESIGN 


9 Noodle House, NSW - Envision Design Consultant with R. Kim



Photo by Joanna Fang


Bond, Vic - Hachem



Photo by Shania Shegedyn


Bondi's Best, NSW - TomMarkHenry



Photo by Damian Bennett


The Kettle Black, VIC - Studio You Me



Photo by Peter Clarke


Parwana Kutchi Deli, SA - studio-gram x mash



Photo by David Sievers


Heart Attack and Vine, VIC - Nicky Adams in collaboration with perarchitects



Photo by Lisa Cohen


Catfish, VIC - Russell & George



Photo by Paul Martin


Matisse Beach Club, WA - Oldfield Knott Architects Pty Ltd



Photo by D-Max Photography


Seans Kitchen, SA - Alexander & Co.



Photo by Murray Fredericks


The Nelson, VIC - Techne Architecture + Interior Design 



Photo Tom Blachford


Fonda Hawthorn, VIC - Techne Architecture + Interior Design



Photo by Peter Tarasiuk 


Drift House, VIC - multiplicity 



Photo Emma Cross


RamenYa + 100wat Emporium Melbourne, VIC - WALA (Weian Lim Architects)



Photo Fraser Marsden


Fenix Events, VIC - Shareen Joel Design 



Photo by Lucas Allen Photography 


Huntington Golf Club, VIC - Inarc Architects



Photo by Peter Clarke


FEAST OF MERIT, VIC - Ewert Leaf with Jean Pierre Biasol and Elena Critchley



Photo by Fiona Storey


Motto Motto Japanese Kitchen, QLD - VECA Group ACG Design Co. 



Photo by Damien Bredberg


Swine & Co, NSW - Melissa Collison Interior Design



Photo by Jessica Hromas


PAVEL, NSW - OTTO DESIGN INTERIORS



Photo by Andrew Worssam


Cho Cho San, NSW - George Livissianis 



Photo by Tom Ferguson


Sake Double Bay, NSW - Melissa Collison Interior Design



Photo by Jessica Hromas


InterContinental Sydney Double Bay, NSW



Photo by Ansen Smart


One Spa at RACV Royal Pines Resort, QLD - Joseph Pang Design Consultants



Photo by Kate Mathieson


The Charming Squire, QLD - Collins Turner in collaboration with Baber Studio and D'Occhio



Photo by Toby Scott


The Shed, NSW - Design Portfolio



Photo by Alexandra Eleftheriou


East, VIC - Hecker Guthrie



Photo by Shannon McGrath


Jury, VIC - Biasol: Design Studio



Photo by Martina Gemmola


Polperro Winery, VIC - Hecker Guthrie



Photo by Shannon McGrath


The Butler, NSW - Luchetti Krelle



Photo by Michael Wee


Hotel Centennial, NSW - Luchetti Krelle



Photo by Michael Wee


Move Yoga, VIC - Hecker Guthrie



Photo by Earl Carter


Filter, VIC - DesignOffice



Photo by Haydn Cattach


ACME, NSW - Luchetti Krelle



Photo by Michael Wee


Gia Jakarta - Hecker Guthrie



Photo by Shannon McGrath


119 Howard Street, VIC - ZWEI Interiors Architecture



Photo by Michael Kai

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