BEST and Geelong Arts Centre shortlisted in 2024 Australian Interior Design Awards

ARM has two projects shortlisted in the Public Design category of the 2024 Australian Interior Design Awards: Geelong Arts Centre (Stage 3) and the Blacktown Exercise and Technology Hub (BEST).

Standing as the pinnacle of Australia’s industry-based design accolades, the Australian Interior Design Awards celebrates interior design excellence, with the awards holding both national and international significance. The program is a partnership between the Design Institute of Australia (DIA) and Architecture Media’s Artichoke. It provides a platform to showcase completed projects spanning residential, commercial, and public sectors, from both established and emerging designers.

Convened by Geraldine Maher, Director of Maher Design, the jury comprises Katherine Ashe (Vittino Ashe); Richard Coulson (Cox); David Flack (Flack Studio); Paul Foskett (Design APAC, Populous); Beatrix Rowe (Beatrix Rowe Interior Design); Madeline Sewall (Breathe); Isabelle Toland (Aileen Sage Architects); and Adele Winteridge (Foolscap Studio).

The awards and commendations will be announced at the gala presentation on Friday 14 June at the Sofitel Wentworth in Sydney.

The shortlist can be viewed on the Australian Interior Design Awards website.