The organizers of the The Australian Interior Design Awards have announced the judges for the 2022 edition of Australia’s premier interior design awards programme.
“As always, this year’s judging panel is comprised of some of our country’s most innovative and creative design minds, with the stature of the judging panel reflecting the quality of entries submitted in each category,” said Geraldine Maher, awards organizer and director of Maher. Design.
The 2022 jury includes Madeleine Blanchfield (Director of Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, NSW); Caroline Diesner (Principal of Hassell, Qld); Stuart Krelle (director of Luchetti Krelle, NSW); Albert Mo (manager of Architects EAT, Vic), Rosie Morley (principal of Fender Katsalidis, Vic), Jade Nottage (manager of Tom Mark Henry, NSW); Beatrix Rowe (Principal of Beatrix Rowe Interior Design, Vic); and Peter Walker (Director, Cumulus Studio, Tas). John Gertsakis will again act as sustainability advisor.
The Australian Interior Design Awards are judged in seven main categories of retail design, hospitality design, workplace design, public design, facility design, as well as residential design and home decor . Outside of the main categories, there are also two optional categories of Emerging Interior Design Practices and Advancing Sustainability, as well as an invite-only Interior Design Impact Category, which celebrates the effect transformative that design can have on a building’s occupants and the community at large. .
Applications for the 2022 awards are now open until March 30. “Year after year, we see submissions continue to push existing boundaries of design and inventiveness, and we expect 2022 to be no different. We look forward to seeing the work that comes forward from the best and of Australia’s brightest designers,” said Maher.
“After the past two years, we are excited to return to the traditional awards format for this year’s program. However, if there is anything we have observed during the pandemic, it is the tenacity and resilience of the Australian design community.
“We’ve seen designers transform difficult circumstances into opportunities for creative growth, delivering innovations beyond what we previously imagined and redefining what is ‘normal’ as our behaviors, habits and interactions change. . We look forward to seeing this represented in the 2022 programme.”
the Australian Interior Design Awards is delivered by Design Institute of Australia (DIA) and Media ArchitectureThe Artichoke magazine. The 2022 awards are supported by Dulux, Space, Sub zero and wolf, Laminexand Interiors Australia.
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