Australia’s best homes of 2022 announced in awards shortlist

Arguably the country’s main style business awards software, the Australian Interior Style and design Awards are back and the significantly predicted shortlist has just been introduced. Recognising the very best interior style and design work across the state, this yr sees 184 projects shortlisted across various groups with the residential style and design and decoration groups showcasing some remarkable work from throughout the country.

Specifically, the residential design and style and decoration classes delivered an outstanding vary of entries, with 77 projects shortlisted from throughout the region. While ready for the winners to be declared, let’s peruse some of that attractive shortlist.

Flack Studio for Elwood Residence, VIC (household structure & residential decoration)

The Elwood Residence is a beachfront Spanish Mission. With recently outlined thresholds, terrazzo flooring, bronze screen cabinets, personalized-lights, monumental fireplace surrounds, portals with fifty percent-radius arches, this respectful renovation has blurred all the discords made by a 1980s attempt, to let this natural beauty to bathe in glory for a further 100 years,” suggests David Flack.

Elwood Residence. Photography: Anson Smart
Elwood Residence. Pictures: Anson Smart
Elwood Residence. Photography: Anson Smart
Elwood Residence. Photography: Anson Sensible

Carole Whiting Studio for Gable Household, VIC (residential design and style & household decoration)

Refined aspects have been retained in this Edwardian. Nearly entirely in the existing developing envelope, alterations and inside areas had been reconciled and refined to offer a generously proportioned household for a developing loved ones. Mild was the critical aspect harnessed to refresh the lifetime of the property and permit it to breathe,” states Carole Whiting.

Gable House
Gable House. Pictures: Rhiannon Taylor
Gable Property. Pictures: Rhiannon Taylor

YSG Studio for Dream Weaver, NSW (residential decoration)
A Pantone bash of outsized comfortable landings, deep-piled custom rugs and stone surfaces with planetary swirls levitate inside of this penthouse apartment overlooking Rushcutters Bay. Counterbalancing the sobriety of its box-like frame predominantly shrouded in glass, the mood is revelatory and futuristic, with a vivid dose of Pedro Almodóvar’s cinematic eccentricity,” suggests Yasmine Profits Ghoniem of YSG Studio.

Dreamweaver. Photography: Prue Ruscoe
Dreamweaver. Photography: Prue Ruscoe
Dreamweaver. Photography: Prue Ruscoe

Splinter Modern society Architecture for Villa Italia, VIC (residential style)

“Villa Italia is a compact family property renovation guided by attributes generally involved with Italian brand names: high quality craftsmanship, sophistication, class and luxury. In offering this, the task focuses on thorough refinement, an emphasis on web hosting, and uncomplicated welcoming splendor, all qualities similarly befitting of our pleasant Italian clientele,” states Asha Nicholas of Splinter Society Architecture.

Splinter Culture Architecture. Photography: Sharyn Cairns
Splinter Modern society Architecture. Images: Sharyn Cairns

Wrightson Stewart for New Farm Apartment, QLD (household layout)

“A extremely considered spatial layout merges adjacent flats on the 13th floor of an legendary 1974 substantial rise, its’ distinctive arched windows forming the basis of the style.
Distinct elements have been used all through. Marble, Venetian plaster, oak, brass and concrete provide different stages of gloss, texture and sheen,” claims Ian Wrightson of Wrightson Stewart.

New Farm Apartment. Photography: David Chatfield
New Farm Condominium. Images: David Chatfield
New Farm Apartment. Photography: David Chatfield
New Farm Condominium. Pictures: David Chatfield

Arent & Pyke with Carter Williamson for Layer Cake

“For this Federation Arts and Crafts home total of charm from a bygone era, introducing a 2nd stage, new kitchen, dining and spouse and children area, identified as for levels of colour, materiality and good craftwork to bond the previous and modern day architecture, making sure the new rooms have a present-day technology of detailing,” claims Juliette Arent.

Layer Cake. Photography: Anson Smart
Layer Cake. Photography: Anson Wise
Arent & Pyke
Layer Cake. Pictures: Anson Sensible

Doherty Style and design Studio for Grid Home

“Grid House’s unassuming weatherboard frontage presents way to a truly contemporary property. The renovation encompasses two stories, generating modern day updates and creating all-new spaces – every little thing in harmony with the home’s Edwardian heritage. Space and amenity for every single member of the family is afforded by layering, light and quantity,” says Mardi Doherty.

GRID HOUSE. Photography: Timothy Kaye
Grid Household. Photography: Timothy Kaye
Grid Dwelling. Pictures: Timothy Kaye

Sent by the Style and design Institute of Australia (DIA) and Artichoke magazine, this AIDA winners will be announced at a gala presentation dinner in Sydney on Friday 17 June 2022. 

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