The winners of the 2019 Australian House & Garden Top 50 Rooms have been announced with eleven finely crafted entries wowing the judges.
Now in its 21st year, the awards honour the best examples of residential architecture and interior design, showcasing some of the most spectacular rooms in Australia. It commends creativity, innovation and expertise in design.
More than 100 rooms were entered in the competition this year, from charming Mediterranean-inspired kitchens to a magical outdoor room of mirrors to create the illusion of endless greenery.
Australian House & Garden editor Tanya Buchanan says: “The jury recognised new directions in interior design in these projects, including the clever use of raw materials, a love of simplicity and restrained approach to design. We are truly honoured to showcase the very best rooms in Australia.”
The 2019 award winners are:
Room of the Year - Arent & Pyke
King Living Room of the Year – Arent & Pyke
Best Kitchen - Studio Ezra
Blum Best Kitchen – Studio Ezra
Best Bathroom - Decus Interiors
Parisi Best Bathroom – Decus Interiors
Best Use of Materials - Carter Williamson Architects
PGH Bricks Best Use of Materials – Carter Williamson
Best Use of Colour - Greg Natale Design
Armadillo & Co Best Use of Colour – Greg Natale Design
Best Indoor-Outdoor Connection - Hare + Klein
Wynstan Best Indoor-Outdoor Connection – Hare & Klein
Best Use of Technology in the Home - Doherty Design Studio
Zip Best Use of Technology in the Home – Doherty Design Studio
Best Outdoor Room - Madeleine Blanchfield Architects
Best Outdoor Room – Madeleine Blanchfield
Best Use of Soft Furnishings - Cameron Kimber Design.
Best Use of Soft Furnishings – Cameron Kimber
Hall of Fame - Thomas Hamel & Associates
Samsung Hall of Fame – Thomas Hamel