IDEA People's Choice Award – now open for voting
The People's Choice Award as part of the annual Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) is now open for voting.
The People's Choice Award enables the public to vote for their favourite designer or design practice in a range of categories. The winner will be announced at the IDEA Gala Party on 9 November at the Seymour Centre in Sydney.
The HASSELL projects in the running are:
_Chasing Kitsune – Event
_University of Melbourne Giblin Eunson Library – Public Space
_University of Adelaide Learning Hub – Public Space
_George Apartments – Multi Residential
_Urban Attitude – Retail
Invite your friends and family to vote for their favourite design from Australia and remember you can only vote once – so choose wisely!
Voting is open until the end of October.
University of Melbourne Giblin Eunson Library
—Read more articles for October 2012
Fit-out for a king
Stores packed tightly with merchandise are yesterday’s news - even if the prices are low. The driving principle behind modern shop design is generosity, says Scott Walker, Head of Interior Design at HASSELL
Sydney's urban future
Young HASSELL designer William Chan spoke to The Urban Times about Sydney's urban future
Spotlight on Cassandra Chilton
HASSELL Senior Associate Cassandra Chilton was profiled in the AILA Victoria winter newsletter
Aussies at WAF
Jan Henderson reports from Singapore at the World Architecture Festival and Inside, the World Festival of Interiors, 2013. In this report, Jan interviews Head of Interior Design at HASSELL, Scott Walker
Going above and beyond in Melbourne
World Architecture News takes an in-depth look at the Burnley Living Roofs project at the University of Melbourne Burnley Campus
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The Palm Island project takes its inspiration from the unique geography of Chongqing where the Yangtze River and Jialing River converge into one
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Steve Coster, Head of Knowledge and Sustainability at HASSELL, discusses the pros and cons of open plan offices
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