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Dulux Colour Awards Judges Announced for 2020!

The 34th Dulux Colour Awards have just announced their judging panel and they are truly a colourful bunch.

Dulux Colour Awards Judges Announced for 2020!


February 10th, 2020

Selected from the leading names in the Australian and New Zealand design and creative industry the announcement of panellists that will be judging the 2020 Dulux Colour Awards are almost as exciting the announcement of the winning colours will be in May 6th. With names like Adele Winteridge who founded Foolscap Studio and Jonathan Richards who co-founded Richards Stanisich it’s clear to see why this is one of the industry’s most anticipated event.

“Dulux is eager to observe the informed conversations of these design authorities around the employment of colour, as they review the inventive project submissions by talented Australian and New Zealand architects and designers,” Dulux Colour Planning and Communications Manager Andrea Lucena-Orr says.

The winners of the Awards will be announced at the Melbourne’s Plaza Ballroom on Wednesday May 6th, with the event hosted by comedian and design enthusiast Tim Ross.

Here are the 2020 judges:

  • Jonathan Richards, Director of Richards Stanisich;
  • Jean-Pierre Biasol, Director of Biasol Design Studio;
  • Kathryn Robson, Director of Robson Rak Architects & Interiors;
  • Adele Winteridge, Director of Foolscap Studio; and
  • Toni Brandso, Director of New Zealand’s Material Creative.



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