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Best Hotel Design Shortlist – Eat Drink Design Awards 2020

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The 6 best Hotel Design projects have been shortlisted in the Eat Drink Design Awards 2020 in the announcement on 27 August 2020. 

Crowne Plaza 
Team: Studio Aria, Scott Carver, AZB Creative, EDG and Schiavello
Location: Coogee Beach, New South Wales

Midnight
Team: Fender Katsalidis
Location: Braddon, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory



Tattersalls Hotel
Team: Luchetti Krelle
Location: Armidale, New South Wales

The Westin  
Team: Woods Bagot
Location: Brisbane City, Queensland

Vibe Hotel
Team: WMK Architecture
Location: Darling Harbour, Sydney, New South Wales



Zagame’s House
Team: Lukas Partners
Location: Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria

Other Category Short Lists

Best Bar Design
A design of a bar, cocktail lounge or nightclub (must hold a liquor licence and may offer a limited bar food menu).

Best Restaurant Design
A design of a restaurant defined as an establishment that provides a dining experience.

Best Cafe Design
A design of a cafe, tea house or coffee shop (must provide a daytime menu which includes drinks such as coffee and tea,
and might also offer light refreshments, snacks and patisserie items).



Best Installation Design
A design of a temporary space (including pop-up venues, mobile food vehicles, marquees, promotional installations,
VIP lounges and market stalls. The space must be an environment that is either temporary or transportable).

Best Retail Design
A design of a food and/or drink retail space
(including shops, supermarkets, delicatessens, provides, bottle shops, cellar doors, food markets and food courts).

The Application Information and References
– Award Organisation: Architecture Media
– Supporters: Chandon AustraliaLatitude, and Roca.
– Information: Eat Drink Design Awards website
– Images: Linked pages under each image

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