Last week saw the winners of the Australian Interior Design Awards 2014 announced, with Adrian Amore Architects taking out the top prize.
The Premier Award for Interior Design Excellence and Innovation went to the Loft Apartment, a restrained and delicate warehouse conversion in West Melbourne by Adrian Amore Architects. Also winning the awards for Residential Design and Best of State – Residential (Victoria), the judges praised the firm for their sophisticated and sculptural take on the space.
“The spatial planning within the apartment reveals the hand of the designer; a skilful hand that expertly creates and explores volume, plasticity and light, culminating in an interior that is invigorating, sumptuous and liveable.”
Other winning projects in the residential categories included:
Loft Apartment, West Melbourne, by Adrian Amore Architects
Black House by Andrew Maynard Architects
Dollshouse by Edwards Moore
Flinders Lane Apartment by Clare Cousins Architects
House Maher by Tribe Studio Architects.
The Avenue by Arent & Pyke
Marine Parade Apartment by James Dawson Interiors.
Best of State Awards for Residential Design
New South Wales – House Maher by Tribe Studio Architects
Queensland – Marine Parade Apartment by James Dawson Interiors
Victoria – Loft Apartment, West Melbourne, by Adrian Amore Architects
Western Australia – CASA31_4 Room House by Caroline Di Costa Architect and Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects.
Now entering their second decade, the Australian Interior Design Awards are co-presented by the Design Institute of Australia, designEX and Artichoke magazine. For a full list of winners visit their website here.