38th Dulux Colour Awards

Announced last night at the Sydney Opera House, the winners of the 38th Dulux Colour Awards represent the pinnacle of design excellence and the most innovative, refined and transformative use of colour in the built environment.

 

GALLERY  

Selected from 83 finalists across Australia and New Zealand, this year’s winning projects are exceptional in their paradigm shifting approach to colour usage, challenging the accepted norms of their respective typologies and setting new benchmarks for innovation with colour.

“We aim to identify the ultimate expressions of colour in the built environment and, in doing so, to highlight the transformative potential of colour when combined with outstanding design,” explained Andrea Lucena-Orr, Dulux Colour and Communications Manager.

Grand Prix Australia
WINNER | Residential Interior
Alexandria House
Architect Lachlan Seegers Architect
Photographer Rory Gardiner

Grand Prix New Zealand
WINNER | Commercial and Multi-Residential Exterior
Seven Colourful Little Houses
Architect COMMON Architecture + Interiors
Photographer Stephen Goodenough

WINNER | Commercial Interior: Public and Hospitality
Blacktown Exercise and Sports Technology Hub (BEST)
Architect ARM Architecture
Photographer Martin Mischkulnig

WINNER | Commercial: Interior, Workplace and Retail
Kariton (Chinatown)
Architect Bagnoli Architects
Photographer Ari Hatzis

WINNER | Single Residential Exterior
House in Surry Hills
Architect Architect George
Photographer Martin Siegner

WINNER | Temporary or Installation Design
Melbourne Now Community Hall
Architect Board Grove Architects
Photographer Eugene Hyland

Visit Dulux Australia for the full list of winners and commendations!






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