On twelfth year, The Australian Interior Design Awards are co-presented by Design Institute Of Australia, Diversified Communications Australia and Architoke magazine.
With more than 400 entries, the program’s celebrate the achievements of Australia’s design community in a diverse range of projects.
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Between the awards in a peak of awards program for Australia’s design industry have an immersive and experimental retail environment, two dynamic office that set a new standard for sustainable design and robust and highly crafted school.
Whiting Architects took home the prize for their Kerferd VIC project and won the award for the residential decoration
Thought to be a ‘holiday house in the city,’ transmit a relaxed weekender and makes feel into an urban family home. Not only reflects the way this family lives, but also reflects the personality of the people who choose to call this home.
The interior incredibly calm and balanced plays on primal themes of comfort and nesting, with texture and warmth and the archetypal primary forms enable us to relate on a subconscious level putting us at ease instantly.
“There is a seamless integration of both the interior design and interior decoration of this project and it’s impossible to see where one starts and the other stops. The designer has had a clear vision for this house from conception and has relentlessly pursued this through to completion, drawing on all the tools of a designer to execute it.”
In addition to the calm and modern design, this project of interior design that made Whiting Architecture won the award for best residential decoration is also thought to be sustainable
The laundry works like drying room with the heat of sun. Single glazed roof captures winter sun to passively heat drying room. Summer in the drying room can be opened at each end Allowing cross breeze to flow, airing and drying washing.
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