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Dulux Colour Awards 2012 – Judges Announced

The judging panel for the 2012 Dulux Colour Awards has been revealed, with 4 architecture and design industry experts taking on the responsibility of choosing the best of the year’s colour and design. Architect and Grand Designs Australia host Peter Maddison, colour guru Kim Chadwick, Design Files blogger Lucy Feagins and NZ architect Jeff Fearon […]



BY jesse

November 23rd, 2011


The judging panel for the 2012 Dulux Colour Awards has been revealed, with 4 architecture and design industry experts taking on the responsibility of choosing the best of the year’s colour and design.

Architect and Grand Designs Australia host Peter Maddison, colour guru Kim Chadwick, Design Files blogger Lucy Feagins and NZ architect Jeff Fearon will make up the panel.

“Peter, Kim, Lucy and Jeff are individuals who are held in high esteem by the architecture and design industry, who collectively will bring a wealth of experience and industry knowledge to the Awards,” said Andrea Lucena-Orr, Dulux Colour and Communications Manager.

“With a panel such as this, we anticipate a high calibre of entries from interior designers, architects and upcoming design and architecture students seeking to have their projects recognised and celebrated in this year’s Awards.”

Now in their 26th year, the Dulux Colour Awards recognise projects across 8 categories: Commercial Interior, Commercial Exterior, Single Residential Interior, Multi Residential Interior, Single Residential Exterior, Multi Residential Exterior, Sustainable Interior and Student.

Entries close 10 February; visit the 2012 Dulux Colour Awards website for details on how to enter.


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