Continuing its quest to acknowledge and reward the best of Australia’s interior design scene, the 2016 Australian Interior Design Awards announced its shortlist recently and there is some serious talent in the mix. We’re particularly taken with the work of Arent & Pyke.
Shortlisted: Nexus Designs’ Shelter Island House
“Rigorous thinking, innovative design and rich materiality are evident throughout this year’s shortlist. We’re proud to showcase so many outstanding projects that characterise the peak of Australia’s design practice,” says event manager Jacinta Reedy.
Shortlisted: Arent & Pyke’s Croydon house
Co-presented by the Design Institute of Australia and Artichoke magazine, the Australian Interior Design Awards celebrate the best of Australian design across commercial, residential and public design categories.
Shortlisted: Arent & Pyke’s Macmaster’s beach house
“Each year, the calibre of entries continues to impress. This year’s shortlist reflects the maturity of the Australian design industry, as well as the extraordinary talent and creativity that act as a foundation for so many design practices.”
Shortlisted: Arent & Pyke’s Bronte House
The gala awards dinner will take place in Sydney on Friday 10 June. See here for more of the shortlisted candidates.