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Darling Exchange Market Hall
Here’s a design solution we’ve never seen before. This exciting and original reboot of the modern urban food court rewrites the rules. Housed within The Exchange, a spiralling new landmark in Sydney’s Darling Square designed by Japanese architect Ken
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Commendations
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Dopa
Elegant, energized, functional and integrated: the identity for this donburi cafe and milk bar in Sydney’s emerging Darling Square precinct is a resounding success. Named after the chemical dopamine, Dopa borrows a popular Japanese idiom meaning “wak
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Commendations Best Identity Design
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Orana in Residence
Jury comment — Jock Zonfrillo’s lauded Adelaide fine diner Restaurant Orana was vividly recreated and reinterpreted for this month-long “pop-up” residency in Sydney’s Surry Hills. The result was especially impressive considering the limited time and
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Welcome
Hospitality is a tough business, in every sense of the word. We knew that even before a global pandemic bore its brunt. It’s also an industry that is at the heart of our communities. The corner cafe, that pub with the great beer garden, and that love
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Tattersalls Hotel Armidale
Tattersalls brings big-city style to country Armidale, New South Wales, revealing a heritage gem in a surprising location. Built during the 1850s gold rush, the grand dame was transformed in the Art Deco style in the 1930s. Now, almost a century late
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The Edit
The playfully titled Hubble Bubble is an animated new collection of pendant lights released by Moooi. Created by irreverent Dutch designer Marcel Wanders, Hubble Bubble is inspired by childhood memories of blowing bubbles and running barefoot across
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Commendation Best Hotel Design
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In Brief
Melbourne designer Danielle Brustman has transformed a repurposed Brutalist building in inner-city Melbourne into an early education centre. The project brief invited bold use of colour and shapes – in fact, 47 interior paint colours were used. The c
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Gin Palace
The laneway bars of Melbourne are so embedded in the city’s identity it’s easy to forget that until the mid-1990s, when liquor licence laws were relaxed, the CBD was referred to as “the doughnut”: all fringe, no beating heart. I suppose it’s hearteni
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From The Jury
Like many things this year, the judging for the 2020 Eat Drink Design Awards happened at home. The five-member jury met virtually in mid-August for a nine-hour deliberation from the comfort of our kitchen tables. Despite the digital distance, the deb
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Shortlist
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2020 Jury
Frank is executive chef and co-owner of the Movida group of restaurants. Born in Barcelona to Cordoban parents, he grew up in Australia. As a young man he studied architecture, but the call of the kitchen grew too strong and he went to train in some
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The Edit
An unconventional application of rammed concrete defines the latest furniture collection from Australian design practice Daniel Boddam Studio. Uniting refined, contemporary design with a rawness of materiality, Geo is a collection of distinctive dini
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Leigh Street Wine Room
Everyone deserves a local bar like this one. With its timeless European style, Leigh Street Wine Room on Adelaide’s most happening eat street seems like it’s been around for years. Built on the site of a former dry-cleaning business (the original sig
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Guy Keulemans
We rarely repair and reuse objects these days, choosing instead to replace them with new and “better” versions. The significance of objects and the craft of repair have consequently lost their value in today’s world. Sydney-based designer, artist and
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Poly
Hotel restaurants can sometimes be an afterthought, but Mat Lindsay’s austerely chic Poly, in the basement of the Paramount House Hotel in Sydney’s Surry Hills, stands apart as a destination in its own right. Located on a semi-subterranean inner-city
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Light Box
In Melbourne’s inner-city neighbourhoods, where ageing warehouses are hastily replaced with commercial developments, designing for an unknown end-user usually means that inoffensiveness becomes an aspiration; speculative begets generic. Light Box is
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Osteria Tedesca
This deeply personal labour of love for chef Brigitte Hafner winningly captures the warmth and relaxed hospitality of a domestic kitchen. The immersive open-plan space in Victoria’s Red Hill wine region encourages guests to engage in the experience a
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Incu HQ & Outlet
Thomas Edison once decreed, “There’s a way to do it better – find it.” True to this sentiment, when the founders of fashion brand Incu, Brian and Vincent Wu, were looking to integrate their head office and warehousing into one location, a long skinny
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Commendations
Lagoon Dining —Designer: Olaver ArchitectureLocation: Carlton, VictoriaPhotography: Ben Hosking. Fino Vino —Designer: Studio GramLocation: Adelaide, South AustraliaPhotography: Kate Bowman ■
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There Cafe
Housed in a nineteenth-century wool store that was previously known as the longtime headquarters of book publisher Lonely Planet in Melbourne’s Footscray, There Cafe makes dramatic yet sensitive use of its heritage location. Executed with impressive
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Commendations
Mr Frankie —Designer: Harrison InteriorsLocation: Frankston South, VictoriaPhotography: Caitlin Mills. Cafe La Fayette —Designer: HassellLocation: Melbourne, VictoriaPhotography: Peter Bennetts ■
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Norton Rose Fulbright, Sydney
Through a lengthy briefing process, Norton Rose Fulbright (NRF) and Carr – who have worked together for more than sixteen years – developed a concept for a warm and inviting environment for a new era of work, taking a more relaxed design approach whi
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SJB Sydney Studio
One of the questions I’ve asked myself often is “Why do architects wear black?”. Cordula Rau’s amusing book of the same title (Springer Verlag, 2008) asked architects to reflect on this very question with a variety of candid responses ranging from th
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In Brief
Sitting on the fourth floor of the National Museum of Qatar, Jiwan by Sydney’s Koichi Takada Architects is an immersive restaurant designed to take guests on a sensory journey through Qatar’s heritage and unique landscape. Every element of the restau
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Aman Kyoto
Aman Kyoto sits within 3.2 hectares of secluded forest, softly illuminated by sunlight through overhead foliage and low-lying mist, silent except for birdsong, mountain streams and the occasional frog croak echoing in the stone wells and culverts. An
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Welcome
The relationship between client and designer can make or break a project. A successful working partnership is founded on trust, communication and respect – and it is these characteristics that often lead to the best work. As designers, it is your res
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