Just so many awe-inspiring interiors! A few of our favourites shortlisted for this year’s include – a converted 1874 worker’s cottage, with a 32-square-metres footprint by Bicker Design. This small home uses a consistent, tonal palette to create a sense of spaciousness – revisit our own recent story on John and Jenna Densten’s North Melbourne cottage here!
(the name!) is a sleek renovation of a beloved Californian Bungalow. The Splinter Society designed home combines Japanese influences, earthy tones, and the interplay of dark and light.
The by Taylor Pressly Architects combines weight and lightness through the use of form and colour palette. The arresting spiral staircase centres the house, and creates a striking and unifying feature across all levels of the home.
Close to home, Taylor Knights’ is an understated gem. This alteration and addition project on a Californian Bungalow connects the interiors with the garden, through sculptural incisions and framing to the robust masonry. Revisit our in depth recent story on this remarkable renovation, here.
And a final favourite – , by is a refurbishment of an 1890’s house with an unconventional structure: a warehouse building meets federation house with a triangular plan! SJB have multiple nominations in the Australian Interior Design Awards (and their bespoke and considered work won the Residential Decoration award in 2017), and this home makes it easy to see why!
Take a dreamy tour through all of the award categories at the .