17 Dec 2023 By architectureau
The jury has been announced for the esteemed 2024 Australian Interior Design Awards, with the program set to honour the nation's most exceptional and groundbreaking interiors.
Founded in 2004, the program is a partnership event of the Design Institute of Australia and Artichoke magazine. Awards categories include Retail Design, Hospitality Design, Workplace Design, Public Design, Installation Design, Residential Design, Residential Decoration, Emerging Interior Design Practice, Award for Sustainability Advancement, Best of State Awards for Commercial Design, Best of State Awards for Residential Design, Best International Design Award, and Premier Award for Australian Design.
This year's jury comprises eight industry-leading interior designers and architects, whose collective experience runs the gamut of contemporary Australian interior design application. The judges include director of Vittino Ashe, Katherine Ashe; director of Cox Architecture, Richard Coulson, principal and head of interior design for APAC at Populous, Paul Foskett; principal of Beatrix Rowe Interior Design, Beatrix Rowe; principal of Flack Studio, David Flack; director of houses at Breathe Architecture, Madeline Sewall; co-director and co-founder of Aileen Sage Architects, Isabelle Toland; and founder and design director of Foolscap Studio, Adele Winteridge.
Entries to the 2024 Australian Interior Design Awards are now able to be submitted until 16 February 2024. To find out more, visit the awards website.
The Australian Interior Design Awards are organized by Architecture Media (publisher of ArchitectureAU). The Australian Interior Design Awards are presented by the Design Institute of Australia and Artichoke magazine, with corporate supporters Dulux, Space, Laminex, Elton Group, Roca, Lightco, and GH Commercial.
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