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Interior Design Awards winners announced

April 28, 2010

Dreamtime Australia’s ‘world-class’ design for a glossy butchers shop in Sydney wins at the Interior Design Awards 2010.

Dreamtime Australia’s design for the Victor Churchill Fine Family Butcher, located in Sydney’s Woollahra, has won the top prize at this year’s Interior Design Awards.

The project takes inspiration from the traditional butchery and blends it with a glossy, modern design aesthetic, presenting cuts of meat in glass display cases. The jury commended the design for challenging concepts of retail design, creating a “dramatic juxtaposition of old-world production and contemporary theatre”.

“The design intensifies the retail journey and the customer experience. This is a world-class example of retail design and may set a benchmark for retail design globally,” they added.

Other winners on the night included NH Architecture and Woods Bagot, who won the Public Interior Design category for the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre; BVN Architecture, who won the Corporate Design and Environmentally Sustainable Design categories for the Goods Shed North; and Bates Smart, who won the Hospitality Design category for the Rockpool Bar & Grill. Chris Connell Design’s Brimar Residence and Tobias Partners’ Parsley House both won in the Residential Design Category, while Luchetti Krelle won the Emerging Interior Design Practice award.

The awards, now in their seventh year, cover 15 categories. The program is co-presented by the Design Institute of Australia (DIA), designEX and Artichoke magazine.

*Interior Design Awards 2010 winners*

*Premier Award for Interior Design Excellence and Innovation*
Dreamtime Australia Design, Victor Churchill Fine Family Butcher

*Residential Design*
Chris Connell Design, Brimar Residence
Tobias Partners, Parsley House

*Residential Decoration*
Hare + Klein Interior Design, Coastal Retreat

*Retail Design*
Dreamtime Australia Design, Victor Churchill Fine Family Butcher

*Hospitality Design*
Bates Smart, Rockpool Bar & Grill

*Corporate Design*
BVN Architecture, Goods Shed North

*Public Interior Design*
Joint Venture Architects Woods Bagot and NH Architecture, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

*Installation Design*
Museum Victoria, Wild: Amazing animals in a changing world

*Environmentally Sustainable Design*
BVN Architecture, Goods Shed North

*Colour in Residential Design*
Hare + Klein Interior Design, Sydney Home

*Colour in Commercial Design*
BKK Architects with VicRoads Landscape and Urban Design, Calder Woodburn Rest Area

*Emerging Interior Design Practice*
Luchetti Krelle

*Best Of State – Residential Design*
NSW: Tobias Partners, Parsley House
QLD: platform architecture, FIVE157
VIC: Chris Connell Design, Brimar Residence
WA: Kerry Chong Design, Warehouse Apartment
(no Best of State – Residential Design for ACT, NT, SA or TAS in 2010)

*Best of State – Commercial Design*
NSW: Dreamtime Australia Design, Victor Churchill Fine Family Butcher
QLD: Geyer, Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC)
VIC: Joint Venture Architects Woods Bagot and NH Architecture, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
SA: Enoki with Folland Panozzo Architects, Belair Hotel
WA: Taylor Robinson, The Garden
(no Best of State – Commercial Design for Act, NT or TAS in 2010)

*Best International*
Bates Smart, Crown Towers Hotel at City of Dreams, Dubai

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