Finalists at the 2017 Interior Awards include a chapel that mixes old and new, a golden-hued office and an industrial inner-city café.
The Interior Awards 2017 has brought together a rich and diverse range of projects and industry professionals all vying for a top spot in nine categories.
In the first phase, judges chose 24 projects and three emerging design professionals as finalists from a total of 135 entries, which included submissions from 89 design practices.
In the second phase of the Interior Awards, finalists will present their work, live, to the awards jury on 31 May and 1 June in Auckland. Finalists presentations will be streamed live on ArchitectureNow.
Winners will be announced at an awards and networking evening on 29 June at Metropolis Museum in Auckland and will receive bespoke trophies along with a total of $8,500 in cash prizes.
The finalists are:
- Caro’s Wines – Grey Lynn by Peddle Thorp
- Aesop – Newmarket by Patterson Associates
- AS Colour – QV Melbourne by Think & Shift
- Amano by McKinney + Windeatt Architects
- Eighthirty – Anzac Ave by Glamuzina Architects
- Augustus Bistro by Richardson
Workplace (up to 1,000m2)
- SGA Studio and Workshop by Strachan Group Architects
- Unispace Auckland Studio by Unispace
- Peddle Thorp Auckland Studio by Peddle Thorp
Workplace (over 1,000m2)
- TVNZ Television Network Centre Refurbishment by Warren and Mahoney Architects
- Gallaway Cook Allan – Dunedin by McAuliffe Stevens Registered Architects
- Warren and Mahoney Auckland Studio by Warren and Mahoney Architects
- Saint Andrews College Centennial Chapel by Architectus
- Victoria University Business School Rutherford House Redevelopment by Athfield Architects
- ASB Waterfront Theatre by Moller Architects
- The Colour Factory by The Wonder Group
- GIB® Pavilion by Paterson Architecture Collective
- Future Islands: The New Zealand Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale by Future Islands
- Harewood Underpass – Christchurch by Jasmax
- SGA Studio – Prefabricated Elements by Strachan Group Architects
- Commensality by Luke Scott with Clark Bardsley Design
- Alexander Jiaxuan Goh (University of Auckland) – Percy Vos Boatyard Re-imagined
- Katerina French-Armstrong (Massey University) – Hononga o te Whenua, Connections of the Land
- Elliott Morgan (University of Auckland) – Morphosis of Social Conscience
Emerging Design Professional
- Tessa Pawson of Jasmax
- David Hoad of Warren and Mahoney Architects
- Rosie Taylor of Unispace