KBDI Kitchen & Bathroom Awards - NSW Bathroom of the Year

KBDI (kitchen and Bathroom Designers Institute of Australia) Announce this years best at their annual Gala and Symposium in Melbourne.

With 300 Members, Designers, Sponsors and guests descending on Melbourne and the Pullman Hotel for this years installment of the annual KBDi conference the stage was set for a huge weekend of inspirational talks, discussions, Architectural tours, amazing food and the odd liquid refreshment. 

Friday's lineup of speakers and forums left us all inspired to be better with the highlight being Elissa Greer from Darren James Interiors talk on Digital Marketing generously sharing their tricks and tips for successful marketing in 2019. 

Saturday we where all left in Awe of some of Melbourne's finest Architecture as where fortunate enough to get a guided bus tour around Melbourne by the incredible Stephen Crafti, if you love Architecture then check out his tours both local and international, spectacular!

Lunch followed and it had to be none other than Guy Grosso which let me tell you there was not much room left for dinner that night! The food was amazing!!!

So onto the Awards night, with so many first time entrants and new faces the night was a real treat; so much great competition for the top awards. Minosa are honoured that three of our five entries revived awards and highly commendend. 

Our Rodd Point Bathroom took out NSW Bathroom Design of the Year, whilst our Vaucluse Parents Retreat took the Master Suite award for NSW. Our Mosman Kitchen narrowly missed out on the top gong of the night the Certified Designer of the Year award. 

Judges Comments. 

Large Bathroom KBDi Bathroom Designer of the Year NSW

The judging panel commended this designer on a stand-out resolution of a complicated space. The client’s brief was demanding, and the restraints of the existing space were substantial. With some intelligent planning and delightful detailing, the designer overcame all challenges, creating a stunning bathroom and a well-deserved win.

KBDi Australian Certified Designer of the Year (Highly Commended)

The judging panel loved the designer’s thoughtful twist to a traditional design. This heritage-listed property is home to a professional couple with two young children, but the family weren’t so keen on a period-style kitchen. In a very clever nod to the home’s historical value, the designer took inspiration from a vintage sewer stack located directly outside. The kitchen island design duplicates the fluted base and exquisite detail of the stack, delightfully linking the home’s heritage to an otherwise contemporary interior. 

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