2021 AIDA shortlist: Workplace Design – Architecture AU


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The shortlist for the 18th annual Australian Interior Design Awards includes 38 projects in the Workplace Design category.

35 Collins Street – Grimshaw

600 Bourke Place Lobby – 3XN with NH Architecture

Agile Workplace – Cox Architecture

Aje Office – Those Architects

Alexander House – Alexander and Co

Alfred Stables – Architects EAT

ANZ Centre, L10 – Foolscap Studio

Caulfield North Office – Travis Walton Architecture

Central Park Lobby – Woods Bagot

Chanel – Group GSA

Clevertronics – A1 Office

Core Performance Physiotherapy – Pierce Widera

Cotton On Beckley – Greg Natale Design in colloboration with PTID

Dental Clinic: Brave New World – Esoteriko

F+P Studio – Fitzpatrick and Partners Architects

Goodman - The Hayesbery – Woods Bagot

Gurner Head Office – Powell and Glenn

Incu HQ – Akin Atelier

Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas – Tzannes

Lander and Rogers Melbourne – Carr

Langdon Coffee Merchants – Hassell

Market Lane – Elenberg Fraser

McConaghy Projects – Hogg and Lamb

Melbourne Studio – Bianca

Minter Ellison Melbourne – Carr

Norton Rose Fulbright Melbourne – Carr

Publicis Groupe at Workshop – Bates Smart

QIC Melbourne – Unispace

SLR Consulting Sydney – Woods Bagot

Smart Design Studio – Smart Design Studio

The Commons Cremorne – Siren Design

The Foundry - CBA at South Eveleigh – Davenport Campbell

The Hester Hornbook Academy – Gray Puksand

Transurban Workplace – Cox Architecture

Victoria Arduino Experience Lab – Native Design Workshop

Yakult Visitor Centre – Studio Jigen

Yarpa Indigenous Business and Employment Hub – BVN

Young Group Collins Street Office – Pixel Architecture

The Workplace Design category is supported by Laminex.

The Australian Interior Design Awards are co-presented by the Design Institute of Australia and Artichoke magazine. Winners will be announced at a gala presentation at the Hyatt Regency Sydney on 3 September 2021. See more images of the shortlisted projects here.

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