The annual Eat Drink Design Awards for design excellence and innovation for hospitality venues for Australian and New Zealand have been announced.
The short lists for 2020 included a number of Queensland venues that were able to provide a sense of space and value for customers in this time of uncertainty and business closure.
The Eat Drink Design Awards recognises all shapes, sizes and types of food and beverage outlets and the visual impact and retail presence they provide.
-The venue design or visual identity must be for food and beverage as its primarily use
-The projects must have been completed between 1 July 2018 and 30 June 2020
-The venue must not have been entered into this awards program before.
“Perhaps it is no coincidence that in a time of such upheaval, we have seen designers create spaces that provide familiarity in their appearance and comfort in their feel. Many venues appeared to be in search of an air of nostalgia in their design, with many showcasing a modern take on traditional spaces. This year’s designers have one foot in the past whilst firmly looking towards the future.” – Cassie Hansen, Jury Chair.
Panel of Jurors in 2020
– Iva Foschia – Founder, IF Architecture
– Jonathan Richards – Co-founder, Richards Stanisich
– Frank Camorra – Restaurateur, Movida
– Gemima Cody – Food and restaurant writer
– Cassie Hansen – Editor, Artichoke
– Jurors and their practices are not permitted to enter that years Eat Drink Design Awards
– Jurors must declare any other perceived conflict of interest for an entry
– Juror must step down from the panel for assessment of that entry if conflicted
– The Jury reserves the right to re-classify the project to a more appropriate category, if deemed necessary
– The Jury decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Category Short List
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 Hotel Design
A design of an accommodation premises where eating and drinking are integral to the experience (including hotels, motels, lodges, chalets, resorts, B&Bs and hostels).
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 Australia, Latitude, and Roca.
– Information: Eat Drink Design Awards website
– Images: Linked pages under each image
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