Check out the Residential Multi and Interior Curation, and Community Services shortlists for IDEA 2022

Sep 7, 2022
  • Article by Charlotte Huston

The final week of the IDEA 2022 shortlist reveal continues with our other two Residential categories: Residential Multi and Residential – Interior Curation, and Community Services.

All shortlisted projects are listed below, each with a link to a dedicated page on the IDEA website where you can find more images and information about each project.

Previously we shared the shortlisted projects in our biggest and most highly anticipated category – Residential Single – followed by Institutional, Public Space, EventsObject – Furniture and LightingRetail and Workplace, Sustainability, Colour and Hospitality.

Shortlisted projects were selected by our editorial team. A further round of judging by our judges – Eva SueNina MayaYasmine GhoniemAlexander LotersztainWilliam SmartPascale Gomes-McNabb and Sarah-Jane Pyke – will determine the category winners, which will be announced in late November.

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Below is the full Residential Multi shortlist:

This category is sponsored by Laufen.

Heyington, Carr. Photo: Timothy Kaye.
Sarah Sands, Jackson Clements Burrows. Photo: Derek Swalwell.

Below is the full Residential – Interior Curation shortlist:

Place of Miracles, Kate Challis Interiors. Photo: Robyn Lea.
Maison du Bonheur, Swee Design and Austin Design Associates. Photo: Shannon McGrath.

Below is the Community Services shortlist:

Wesley Edward Eagar Centre, Scott Carver

Wesley Edward Eagar Centre, Scott Carver. Photo: Ben Guthrie.

Browse all projects on the shortlist page.

Lead image: Walan apartment, Alcorn Middleton with styling by Lee Accatino. Photo: Toby Scott.

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