Top hospitality awarded

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Best Restaurant Design (highly commended): Saan Restaurant, Auckland by Cheshire Architects.

Best Restaurant Design (highly commended): Saan Restaurant, Auckland by Cheshire Architects.

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Best Cafe Design winner: Higher Ground, Melbourne by DesignOffice.

Best Cafe Design winner: Higher Ground, Melbourne by DesignOffice.

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Best Restaurant Design winner: Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Melbourne by Bates Smart.

Best Restaurant Design winner: Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Melbourne by Bates Smart.

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Best Bar Design winner: Pink Moon Salon, Adelaide by Sans-Arc Studio.

Best Bar Design winner: Pink Moon Salon, Adelaide by Sans-Arc Studio.

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Best Retail Design winner: Lune Croissanterie, Fitzroy by Studio Esteta.

Best Retail Design winner: Lune Croissanterie, Fitzroy by Studio Esteta.

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Best Identity Design winner: Pink Moon Salon, Adelaide by Peculiar Familia.

Best Identity Design winner: Pink Moon Salon, Adelaide by Peculiar Familia.

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The Eat Drink Design Awards has announced winning projects for 2016 and Auckland’s Saan Restaurant has been highly commended in the Restaurant Design category.

Saan, which was designed by Cheshire Architects, is a highly bespoke solution to the restaurant’s traditional Thai cuisine.

The Eat Drink Design Awards programme is a luscious event through which to gauge how the hospitality sector is defining its interiors. The event recognises the best in hospitality interior design across Australia and New Zealand.

Winners of the annual Eat Drink Design Awards were revealed in Melbourne on 8 November.

Full list of winners and commended projects can be seen here.


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