Dulux Colour Awards 2019

Entries are now open for the 33rd Dulux Colour Awards, which invites Australian and New Zealand based design professionals and students including architects, interior architects, interior designers and interior decorators to submit work that celebrates exceptional and innovative use of colour across interior and exterior commercial, public and residential spaces.
The awards programme, now in its 33rd year, provides architects and designers the opportunity to showcase their use of colour in built spaces. Dulux will be accepting entries until Thursday 30 February 2019 across the following eight categories:

Commercial Interior: Workplace and Retail
Commercial Interior: Public and Hospitality
Commercial and Multi-Residential Exterior
Residential Interior
Single Residential Exterior
Student (Years 1 – 6)
Grand Prix – New Zealand Entrants
Grand Prix – Australian Entrants

Each category winner will receive AUD $1,000 in prize money (winners of the Student category will receive AUD $500). All category winners, excluding the Student category and New Zealand entrants, will have the chance of taking home the Australian Grand Prix title and AUD $5,000. New Zealand entrants will have the chance of taking home the New Zealand Grand Prix title and NZD $5,000.
Entries are encouraged from individuals, groups, partnerships and those working in larger practices.
Projects must have been completed between 1 September 2017 and 31 December 2018 and may not have been previously entered into this Awards programme. The shortlist will be announced online in March 2019.
Winners of the 33rd Dulux Colour Awards will be announced at a gala function at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) on 8 May 2019, with the event compered by award-winning architect and Grand Designs Australia host, Peter Maddison.
For further information, details on how to enter and judging criteria, visit DULUX AWARDS 

Albert Park Curved Pleated Facade – AdeB Architects

Fitzroy Crossing Renal- Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects

North Perth Town house – Simon Pendal Architect

Percy St by Bagnoli Archiects

Wagaya – Span Design

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