The Dulux 37th colour award winners are..

by | Jun 6, 2023

The Dulux Colour Awards is an iconic awards program that acknowledges the industry-leading work of architects, design professionals and students from Australasia for their creative work and innovative use of colour in commercial and residential spaces. This year marks the 37th annual award.

Each year, participants are encouraged to share work that celebrates colour across six categories as individuals, partnerships and those working in larger practices, regardless of scope or scale. The participants’ work is then judged by a panel of design professionals.

All colours and shades are considered from the Dulux range, including black and white. Dulux colours and paints or coatings must have been used extensively within the project.

The 2023 winners are:

Australian Grand Prix Winner

Darebin Intercultural Centre

Sibling Architecture

Darebin Intercultural Centre

 

New Zealand Grand Prix Winner

Shand Shelton

St James Theatre

 

Residential Interior Winner

Alma Road residence

Studiofour

Alma Road Residence, Camberwell, Victoria

 

Single Residential Exterior Winner

Nightlight

Fabric

Nightlight, Akaroa, New Zealand

 

Commercial Interior – Public and Hospitality Winner

Darebin Intercultural Centre, Preston, Victoria

Sibling Architecture

Darebin Intercultural Centre, Preston, Victoria

 

Commercial Interior – Workplace and Retail Winner

Postal Hall, Perth, Western Australia

Trower Falvo Architects with Alessio Fini

Postal Hall, Perth, Western Australia

 

Commercial and Multi-Residential Exterior Winner

PHIVE, Parramatta

DesignInc Sydney, Lacoste+Stevenson and Manuelle Gautrand Architecture

PHIVE, Parramatta, New South Wales

 

Australian Student Winner

Hues or Mount Kunanyi, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Ruby Shields

Hues of Mount Kunanyi, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

 

New Zealand Student Winner

The Canopy Bench, Victoria University of Wellington

 

Augustina Binyamin

The Canopy Bench, Victoria University of Wellington

 

For more information and full-colour images of all winning projects visit www.dulux.com.au