Dulux Colour Awards 2019 - Melbourne Projects!


 

It’s that time of year again where colour’s in the air. Leaves are turning from green to red and everything in between and it’s time for the annual Dulux Colour Awards!

The Dulux awards always feature an amazing array of talent and the 2019 nominees are no exception!
Finalists for the Dulux Colour Awards have been announced following a record-breaking 435 entries from Australian and New Zealand design professionals.

It’s a good time to focus on the importance of colour as an essential aspect of design as it affects the mood, feel and experience of any interior space. The 33rd Dulux Colour Awards finalists will be judged by a panel of leading figures in the design industry including; Rosa Coy, Director of Coy Yiontis Architects; Mardi Doherty, Director of Doherty Design Studio; Simon Farrell-Green, Editor of HOME New Zealand magazine; Matt Gibson, Director of Matt Gibson Architecture + Design; and Carole Whiting, Director of Carole Whiting Interiors + Design.

We’ve chosen a sample of the amazing work produced by the Melbourne-based nominees this year in both commercial, residential and public spaces. We hope you enjoy them.

 

Category:

Single Residential Interior

Blue Moon by BayleyWard.
Photographer: Eve Wilson.

Residential Interior. Kew Apartment by Sarah Wolfendale Interior Design.
Photographer: Shannon McGrath.

Residential Interior. Ivanhoe Residence by Flack Studio.
Photographer: Sharyn Cairns and Caitlin Mills.

Caroline House by Kennedy Nolan.
Photographer: Derek Swalwell.

 
 

Commercial Interior:

Public and Hospitality

Sable Drop by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects.
Photographer: Peter Clarke.

Fat Albert by Harrison Interiors.
Photographer: Caitlin Mills.

Gabriel by Flack Studio.
Photographer: Sean Fennessy.

Workshop Brothers Southbank by Studio Tate.
Photographer: Silvertone Photography

 
 

Commercial Interior:

Workplace and Retail 

Workplace & Retail. King St by Kennedy Nolan.
Photographer: Dan Hocking.

Caulfield Grammar School Co-work by Studio Tate.
Photographer: Sean Fennessy.

Church Street Butcher by EWERT LEAF.
Photographer: Fi Storey.

PHARE Pop Up Store by Christopher Elliott Design.
Photographer: Jack Lovel.