Leading names from Australasia’s design and creative industries once again make up the judging panel for the 2013 Dulux Colour Awards.

The 2013 Dulux Colour Awards marks the 27th year of recognising and celebrating the exceptional and inspired use of colour in architecture and interior design.

The 2013 panel includes Debbie Ryan, interior designer and owner of architectural practice, McBride Charles Ryan, Dana Tomic Hughes, business owner and editor of popular design blog, Yellow trace, and well-known Melbourne street artist and director of Blender studios, Adrian Doyle, in addition to New Zealand judge, Denise L’Estrange-Corbet, co-founder of Kiwi fashion label, WORLD.

The judges will select the top architecture and interior design projects that creatively and effectively use colour to transform three dimensional spaces.

Dulux Colour & Communications Consultant, Bree Leech comments that the 2013 Dulux Colour Awards judging panel is made up of individuals who are all highly regarded in the industry and collectively have an impressive wealth of knowledge and experience in colour, design and architecture.

A New Zealander has been added to the judging panel for the second year in a row to add a Kiwi design perspective, given the significant amount of entries received from New Zealand in the previous edition of the awards program.

The four esteemed judges will review the shortlisted entries across the following categories:

  • Commercial Interior
  • Commercial Exterior
  • Single Residential Interior
  • Single Residential Exterior
  • Multi Residential Interior
  • Multi Residential Exterior
  • Student
The 2013 Dulux Colour Awards are open now, with submissions closing 8 February 2013.
Detailed information about the judges is available on the website.