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Who won what at the Red Awards 2018

  • Design
  • September 18, 2018
  • The Register team
Who won what at the Red Awards 2018

Every year, the NZRIA celebrates the best in retail design with the Red Awards. Find out who took home the top prize for 2018.

The Supreme Winner at the Red Awards this year was the Naumi Hotel - Phase 2. Muir Design Solutions and Material Creative were the designers behind the 193-room Mangere project, and the shopfitters were ​CBC Construction, Vkart and Gartshore's.

The Red Awards judges commented: "Daring moody colour scheme and material selection. Considered layout and the lighting is impressive."

Material Creative was also the supreme winner of the Red Awards 2017 for its work on Birkenhead’s Junction Eatery and in 2016, for Hayes Common Eatery in Hamilton. These previous wins had bearing on the current project - the Singapore-based client behind the Naumi Hotel approached Material Creative with the contract after Googling ‘award-winning New Zealand designers’. 

Find out more on the Red Awards' website here.

Excellence Awards

Winner

Designer

Shopfitter

Retailer

 Gartshore Group ShopfrontModa BellaHierachy GroupClyne & WrightBruce Whales
GDM JoineryHe TohuStudio Pacific ArchitectsGreenmount EspiesDepartment Internal Affairs
FlooringFresh CollectiveSpace WorksFormatNew World
Resene Colour & TextureMiss Lucy's Fuman IndustriesNaylor LoveJucy Snooze
Rilee's Signage & GraphicsCook St LocalMaterial CreativeHawkinsGood George
LightingTuhura Science CentreFIT ArchitectsMiller Creative GroupOtago Museum 
Brand ImplementationIcebreaker International AirportStudio GascoigneDatum ProjectsIcebreaker
Visual MerchandisingStevensFarmers Store Design DepartmentWestaco Construction Farmers Trading group
Monstavision Digital IntegrationVodafone Smale's FarmRD & Warren & Mahoney Café receptionRetail DimensionVodafone
Inzide Commercial SustainabilityHe TohuStudio Pacific ArchitectsGreenmount EspiesDepartment Internal Affairs

Category & Division  Awards

Winner

Designer

Shopfitter

Retailer

Fashion & Health - Apparel Category WinnerAS Colour High StThink & ShiftMod buildersAS Colour
Fashion & Health - Health & Beauty Category WinnerAshley AllenPennant & TriumphGartshore Group Ashley Allen
Fashion & Health Division Winner Ashley AllenPennant & TriumphGartshore Group Ashley Allen
Hospitality - Grocery Category WinnerFresh CollectiveDesign WorksFormatNew World
Hospitality - Bar & Restaurant Category WinnerCook St Local Material CreativeHawkinsGood George
Foodcourt Day Café Category WinnerColumbus Tailor IncDimension Shopfitters LtdColumbus Coffee
Hospitality Division WinnerColumbus Tailor IncDimension Shopfitters LtdColumbus Coffee
Big Box Division Winner Farmers SilverdaleFarmers Store Design DepartmentWestaco Construction Farmers Trading group
Customer Experience Division WinnerTuhura Science CentreFIT ArchitectsMiller Creative GroupOtago Museum 
Services Division WinnerNaumi Hotel - Phase 2 August 2017 - April 2018 Muir Design Solutions & Material CreativeCBC Construction, Vkart & Gartshore'sHind Group Singapore

Supreme Winner 2018 

Naumi Hotel - Phase 2 August 2017 - April 2018 Muir Design Solutions & Material CreativeCBC Construction, Vkart & Gartshore'sHind Group Singapore
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