Two projects have been shortlisted in two categories in this year’s Interior Design Excellence Awards.
Reflecting BLP’s cross-sector interior design offering, Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre (AWRCC) was shortlisted in the Institutional category and Prentice Street Studio was shortlisted in the Workplaces under 1,000sqm category.
BLP Interior Design Leader Tonya Hinde, who led the interior design for both projects, said:
It’s a fantastic testament to our versatility that both our smallest interior project and our largest interior project for 2017 were shortlisted.
AWRCC has already received a 2017 AIA NSW Architecture Award for Public Architecture, the only health project to be selected for a NSW award.
The project’s dedication to patient focus, both inside and out, is further evident in its shortlisting in this year’s Australian Interior Design Awards.
Congratulations to all of the projects shortlisted in this year’s program.
Read more about AWRCC here.
Read more about Prentice Street Studio here.
See the full shortlist here.