December 13th, 2010
Kerry Phelan from KPDO (Kerry Phelan Design Office), Australian fashion designer Kirrily Johnston and Brian Zulaikha of Tonkin Zulaikha Greer have been announced as judges of the 2011 Dulux Colour Awards.
“The Dulux Colour Awards has always acknowledged and awarded creativity in the use of colour and for this reason, I am honoured to be a judge of the 2011 Dulux Colour Awards, Add Your Colours to History campaign,” said Phelan.
It’s the 25th anniversary of the Dulux Colour Awards, which acknowledge architects, specifiers, designers and students across Australia and the South Pacific for their inspired use of colour.
The winner of each category will receive $1500 in prize money and a trophy. The Grand Prix also includes a return business-class airfare to the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York City, as well as five nights accommodation.
Entry is now open in six categories for the Dulux Colour Awards: Residential Exterior, Residential Interior, Commercial Exterior, Commercial Interior and Sustainable Interior, as well as the Student category.
Entries close 8 February 2011, with winners to be announced at a ceremony on 30 March 2011 at the Paddington Town Hall.
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