Brisbane Design Awards 2021 - DRIVENxDESIGN Award Programs

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Chairman’s Message

In 2021 we celebrated the third year of the Brisbane Design Awards. Amidst the ongoing tumult of 2021, it was fantastic to see so many courageous, excellent and diverse design projects entered into this year’s awards. We started this program to recognise the creators and commissioners behind the outstanding design-lead projects within the commercial, community and government sector that are leading us into a better future. We are now well over a year into this global pandemic, but things are no less chaotic. Social, political and economic upheaval have become the familiar state of affairs and we have been thrust into an expedited process of learning and unlearning. The world is in flux and now more than ever the focus needs to shift towards a circular future that involves a sustainable environment, social equity and a strong economy.

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These are the pillars of a better future, and it is the designer’s role to bring us there faster. Much of this process is about getting acquainted with discomfort and harnessing the power of uncertainty to help us become better problem seekers and solvers. 2021 is all about being comfortable with the uncomfortable and those who are willing to do so will be the ones who thrive in this new era. Over the last eleven years, DRIVENxDESIGN has worked tirelessly to establish the world’s largest network of Design Award Programs. In 2021, our twelfth year, we have been continuing to evolve the awards to best reflect the future we are interested in creating. That is why we have introduced the Better Future category, which rewards projects that tackle issues of economy, environment, equity, or all three. We want to celebrate and recognise those who are excelling in these areas by creating projects that are actively accelerating us into a better future faster.

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This year we have also been continuing to grow The Design Exec Club. The DEC is a continually expanding global network of leading design professionals who share a unified passion for a better future. As a global hub for collaboration and shared insights, the Design Exec Club’s goal is to address the needs of design executives and grow the sophistication and excellence of design within organisations. Fuelled by unchartered and exciting conversations, we enable current and future leaders through knowledge exchange, networking and an impressive leader’s toolkit. The members of the Design Exec Club are united by a common goal for a Better Future. It is all about how we can ensure the best possible future for our grandchildren’s grandchildren. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have gathered some of the leading executive minds from across our Australian, British, European, American and Asian markets to record our weekly Town Hall episodes.

By the end of 2021, we will have published 85 Town Hall episodes, each full of questions and insights that respond to the constantly evolving world around us. Each week the conversation also continues with the Better Future SPOTLIGHT, a series of one-on-one, in-depth discussions with design executives that shine a light on the design individuals that are true catalysts for change. Through both our DRIVENxDESIGN and Design Exec Club platforms we are proud to recognise and reward the thought leadership that is going to create a thriving circular economy. We want to celebrate those with the courage to make it a reality. Again, congratulations, thank you for being a part of our vision and keep maintaining your courageous stance.

Founder & Awards Chair, DRIVENxDESIGN Mark Bergin

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DRIVENxDESIGN Award Programs

We are DRIVENxDESIGN (pronounced DRIVEN by DESIGN), a global independent design promotion organisation that oversees programs of recognition (AKA the world’s largest network of Design Award Programs). We are led by a global community of C-suite executives who make up the members of our sister project – The Design Exec Club. Our global community is now 95,000 members strong, involving over 7,500 brands and 2,500 studios - we come together to innovate, accelerate and grow demand for design.

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In 2020 we celebrated over $USD350B of design projects globally and raised the profile of over 1,200 design projects. We like to think of ourselves as ‘champions for a better future’. Our goal is to bring recognition to applied design projects that are helping us accelerate economic outcomes with a social and environmental impact. Our Award Programs are market-based, to include national and international design projects. drivenxdesign.com/awards


Awards Annuals

For every program we publish an Awards Annual, which showcases the courageous, diverse, and excellent winning projects from each program.

our Award Programs that speak to the respective themes. These inaugural special editions will highlight the best of the best in global design.

This year we are also introducing two curated annuals - the Better Future Annual and the Innovation Annual which feature a selection of truly outstanding projects from across all

Our Awards Annuals are distributed in digital and print formats to our award winners and partners, Design Exec Club members, and wider industry partners.


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Design Exec Club Executives are always striving to stay up-to-date - to know what’s evolving and what’s on the horizon - looking out for signals and new networks, hoping to collide with people, ideas and opportunities that would ordinarily pass them by. The Design Exec Club exists - through Award Jury roles, Exec Dinners, Town Hall panels and Spotlight podcasts - to provide a platform that accelerates the profile and trajectory of future-focused leaders. At the Design Exec Club, we are proud to say “we don’t make things, we make things happen”.

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Town Halls Since the beginning of 2020, we have gathered some of the leading executive minds from across our Australian, American, Asian, British and European markets to record our weekly Town Hall episodes. Each episode unites a panel of c-suite designers to discuss strategic topics that are driving design innovation. The Town Hall series is a mind gym for a better future.

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Better Future SPOTLIGHT

The Better Future SPOTLIGHT podcast series is a series of one on one conversations with executive designers focusing on how a Better Future can be achieved faster through a design lens. These in-depth discussions operate without a safety net and offer invaluable insights gained from the wealth of unique design experiences lived by our impressive global guest list. Mauro Porcini / Rick Bell / Debbie Millman / Brian Collins / Harry West / Paul Priestman / Andrew Hoyne / Julia Monk / David Keech / Kirsten Mann / Lisa Roet / Isabel Aagaard / Bob Neville / Monique Woodward / Dylan Brady / Andrew Mead / Ronnie Peters / Ross Harding / Michael Tam / Rod Farmer / Gruvinder Khurana & Nigel Tresise / Amber Bonney / Dan Formosa / Matteo Bologna / Bill Dowzer / Jordan Waid / Jay Valgora / Turi McKinley / Phil Nutley / David Constantine /

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Architecture Commercial - Constructed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Commercial - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Mixed Use - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Proposed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Public and Institutional - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Residential - Constructed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Residential - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Interior Design Corporate & Commercial.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 International Commercial. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 International Hospitality. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 International Public or Institutional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 International Residential. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 International Retail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 International Sales Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Retail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Landscape Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

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ARCHITECTURE - COMMERCIAL - CONSTRUCTED

The Annex, 12 Creek Street Organisation Dexus More than six years in planning, the development went through several rounds of design iteration to achieve the ambitious design vision. A strong partnership was formed with the architect, contractor and the consultant team, and a multidisciplinary team of industry leading consultants, the team united around a clear vision and objective to deliver a remarkable commercial office development for the city of Brisbane. Commencing development and design planning in 2012, construction commenced in June 2018 and completed in June 2020.

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Team Developer/Owner: Dexus & DWPF Lead architects & public realm strategy: BVN Interior design (suites): Girvan Group and Bearspace Builder: Broad Construction, a member of the CIMIC Group Structural engineers: ADG Services engineers: NDY Cost Planners: Slattery Planners: Urbis Landscape architects: Lat27 Certifiers: Knisco Leasing agents: CBRE Façade and Lifting/vertical transport: ARUP Acoustic consultant: ASK Mechanical, Hydraulic, Environmental, Electrical & Lift Consultant: WSP Independent Commissioning agent: AG Coombs

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ARCHITECTURE - COMMERCIAL - INTERNATIONAL

Chan Town Showroom Design Project Commissioner Jiangxi Chan Town Ecological Agriculture Creator GWP ARCHITECTS

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Chan Town is an AAAA National Scenic Area with a total planned area of almost 7,000 hectares We’ve been hoping that there could be a showroom space to focus on display of the planning of the town and its development blueprint. We have visited the town many times, and always been touched by the grand natural landscape and scenery while wandering around. Therefore, we intended to design a piece of architecture emerging from and then being integrated back into the natural landscape, hoping that the architecture does not disturb the senses of time and space of the site.

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ARCHITECTURE - COMMERCIAL - INTERNATIONAL

Dongguan CBD Parking Building Project Commissioner Dongguan Guan Cheng Construction Engineering Creator GWP ARCHITECTS

We would like to bring to the city of Dongguan designs full of vitality. This building is like an urban-scale sculpture for the city, which endows the residents a sense of pleasure of the space and enhances their sense of belonging to the city

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ARCHITECTURE - INTERNATIONAL

Greenland • Chongqing Inter City Space Exhibition Center Organisation Chongqing Greenland West Investment & Property Development Team Architectural design: Shanghai TIANHUA Architecture Planning & Engineering . Landscape design: LISM Design Interior design: SIGNYAN DESIGN

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The project is adjacent to Chongqing West Railway Station—the largest comprehensive railway transportation hun hub in Southwest China as an important part of China’s railway network, and is backed by Huayan Temple, an old and famous Buddhist temple on the east side. Situated in the a city that features the fusion of modernity and traditions, technology and humanity, and embraces new development opportunities supported by high-speed railway economy and the “ChengduChongqing Economic Circle” national initiative, the projectit design tried to explore the balance between modern civilization and city memories, break the boundary between architectural space and nature, so as to create a poetic dwelling space that coexist with natural surroundings.

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ARCHITECTURE - INTERNATIONAL

Chengdu Greentown • Phoenix Mansion Sales Center Organisation Chengdu Greentown Metropolis Real Estate Development Team Zhu Qiulong, Wu Han, Li Dong, Jiang Dong, Liu Xin, Yang Yi, Li Pengfei, Xiang Zhihong, Yan Shuai, An Liliang, Zeng Siyuan, Liao Dan

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Located in Qingyang District, the project covers a land area of 43,000m2, with a floor area ratio of 2.0. What features the project most is the three classic Chinese-style architectures built in the southeast corner, constituting the distinctive urban houses with courtyards unique to Chengdu. With this project, Greentown China has completed its three contemporary project series and has committed to creating the works with strategic importance. At the unremarkable corner is the entrance. The horizontal transitional space with a long overhang presents an implicit feeling, inviting visitors to enter the space. Landscape elements at the front yard refer to classic Chinese gardens and get reorganized based on local conditions. Detailed parts reveal a tranquil atmosphere. From the veranda to the dynamic metal art installation, the team tried to build a quiet space from multiple dimensions. Here, residents can get away from the noise city.

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ARCHITECTURE - INTERNATIONAL

Jiang Lai Shang Fu Organisation DC Alliance

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The project is located in Yaojiang New Area, Jiangbei District, Ningbo City, close to Yuyao River. It mainly includes high-end hotel, luxury office and boutique business; the hotel is equipped with luxury banquet hall, cafeteria, and other public facilities, as well as landscape guestrooms with the overlooking of Yaojiang River. The office is simple and open, with the fully transparent space, which highlights the comfort and transparency. The commercial part adopts the elevated method to connect the inside and outside pedestrian street, which maintains the continuity of space and promotes the symbiosis of architecture, people, and city at the same time.

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ARCHITECTURE - INTERNATIONAL

Fengsheng 101 Project Commissioner Guangdong Fengle Group Creator GWP ARCHITECTS

The Fengsheng 101 project is located next to Lixin Avenue in Zengcheng, Guangzhou. The north side of the project overlooks Nanxiang Mountain and the south side overlooks Guangzhou Pearl River New City, taking the full advantage of being at the core of both the Greater Bay Area and the “Innovation Corridor” connecting Guangzhou and Shenzhen.

Thoughtfully embedded in the existing transportation network, Fengsheng 101 aims to be another hub for the 1-hour Living and Social Circle of the Greater Bay Area. The owner Fengle Group thrives to carry its ideal of creating built environment appropriate for business, creativity, and life into this mixed-use project that combines headquarters office spaces, luxury hotels, fashion retails and garden-like residential apartments, to build a comfortable and elegant harbor for the top talents in the Greater Bat Area. 20

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ARCHITECTURE - INTERNATIONAL

Gemdale • Joy Bay Exhibition Center Project Commissioner Gemdale Group (East China Branch) Creator Shanghai PTArchitects Team Ren Xiangyi, Hu Qiao, Guo Juntang, Fu Yuelin, Cao Min, Zhou Yi, Li Jianfei, Bi Qingfeng, Xu Yuhao, Cai Aping, He Wentao, Jin Nengjun, Wang Shuocheng, Zhang Qiangqiang, Cai Xinwen

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The project offers a nod to the spirit of Shanghai. It is a sales center of a residential community developed for cultured groups. The light and shadow highlights the volume of objects, as well as the expression and variation of material textures. The design makes the best of light, which fully complements the materiality and form of the architecture and also helps blend it with the interior space.

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ARCHITECTURE - INTERNATIONAL

Jin Yue Wan Organisation C&D Inc. (Wuxi Subsidiary) Team Zhang Shuo, Cui Xiaobing, Xie Meijuan, Gao Weijun, Jiang Chenlei, Weng Wei, Shen Shi, Liu Li

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Located in the heartland of Jiangnan Region, China, the project carries waterland culture. Taking design inspiration from the famous Jichang Garden in Wuxi, it applies traditional garden creation approaches to architecture and maximizes the use of the site. Based on the Chinese-style style and elements, the design team creates an elegant oriental atmosphere by inheriting Chinese academy culture.

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ARCHITECTURE - MIXED USE - INTERNATIONAL

White Deer Plain. Tongchen Hotel Project Commissioner Siji Yuanmai Creator Huiyimingcheng Team Wu Licheng / Chen Huade /Yan Lihua / Huang Liping / Wu Xiaoming

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The project covers an area of 12,000 square meters, with a construction area of about 4,000 square meters. This remould project can be defined as the overall architectural environment project, regard as a place for vacation and leisure, defined as a mountain land resort hotel. Having a wide view of the landscape is the biggest feature of the site, you can overlook the whole ancient city of xi ‘an from here, the splendid sunset view.

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ARCHITECTURE - MIXED USE - INTERNATIONAL

Guanyun Town Center Organisation Bluetown Architects Team Architecture: Feng Sa, Chihao Song, Xuan Luo, Yufei Zhang, Enshuai Zhao, Yan Tang, Guojian Chen; Structure: Licai Wang, Ziqiu Yu, Yiyi Zhu, Jiahao Xu; Electrical: Ji Zhao, Yiduo Yu Plumbing: Cunzhen Lu, Wang Qiu HVAC: Shen Fengqiang, Wang Chunpin

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Guanyun Town Center is located at the southern foot of the Mount Mogan. The Mountain has endless hills, and the skyline of the town center echoes with them. The town center is at the front of a traditional building style community. The word Guanyun means Clouding watching. As a tourist destination, clouds surround the mountains in the distance, is ideal for people who wants to detach from the urban life.

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ARCHITECTURE - PROPOSED

Greentown Lotus Side Resort Hotel Project Commissioner Greentown Real Estate Development Group Creator GHD Architectural Design

The project is located in the southeast area of Jiyang District, Jinan, and on the north side of an urban arterial road, Xinyuan Avenue. It also adjoins a 30,000-square-meter large urban park on the north and the Yellow River on the south. The site embraces both fascinating natural scenery and prosperous urban environment, making it an ideal place for planning a high-end resort hotel that integrates liveliness and tranquility. The hotel is composed of two functional groups. The north building group consists of supporting public facilities and concentrated guestrooms, while the south zone is a villa guestroom area. The designers cleverly make use of a 50-meter-long civic greenbelt near the main entrance, which is situated on the south side of Xinyuan Avenue, to create an open but also enclosed Chinese-style entrance space, thus producing a secluded atmosphere. Separate accesses to catering area and villa guestroom area are specially designed to facilitate flow dispersion.

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ARCHITECTURE - PUBLIC AND INSTITUTIONAL - INTERNATIONAL

Lin’an “Valley of the Wind” School Project Commissioner Hangzhou Wind Valley Tourism Development Creator GWP ARCHITECTS Team JohnZhang, Ping Wang, JackleLuo, Xiangjun Huang

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We hope that the children here can be released into the nature with their dreams as a paper plane into the wind, and experience the fun different than studying in the classroom, as well as the vast amount of knowledge in the outdoor. This was our original intention when we first started designing this school in the nature. We also hope that our design can bestow the love of nature and the spirit of exploration on the students.

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ARCHITECTURE - PUBLIC AND INSTITUTIONAL - INTERNATIONAL

SOHO Life Art Gallery Organisation Bluetown Architects Team Architecture: Wei Zhu, Yifu Lou; Structure: Licai Li, Jinfeng Zeng; Plumbing: Cunzhen Lv; HVAC: Fengqiang Shen; Electrical: Ji Zhou.

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The SOHO Life Art Gallery is located in the core area of downtown Hangzhou. The architectural complex is built right on top of the metro station, as part of the City Transit Oriented Development Program. The key words of this project are vitality, modern, technology, and futurism.

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ARCHITECTURE - RESIDENTIAL - CONSTRUCTED

Baker Boys Beach House Project Commissioner Bespoke Property Holding Creator REFRESH*DESIGN Team REFRESH*DESIGN: Erhard Rathmayr, Monika Obrist, Corinne Trang Flokk Interiors NGS Engineers Viva Property Group Townplanning

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This new holiday house on Minjerribah embodies calmness simplicity, so its occupants can enjoy being immersed in nature at the beach. Influenced by local campsites – where cooking, gathering and sleeping zones are united under a large tarpaulin – the house incorporates essential functionality in a compact footprint, beneath an elegant butterfly roof. Built for three families, it comfortably accommodates up to 10 people. Sleeping and bathing spaces are deliberately small, while the communal area is generous and opens up to views of the sea and surrounding bushland. This openness enhances the sense of being “on holidays”. The local Jandai word Moongalba, or “sitting down place”, beautifully describes the simplicity of spending time here. This is a deliberately simple house that inspires a feeling of escape from everyday life, where people can spend time in nature with friends and family, just like the Minjerribah campsites and beach shacks of old.

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Peach Blossom Future Villa (Phase 2) Organisation Bluetown Architects Team Feng Sa, Chihao Song, Haibo Qiu, Meizhen Cao, Enshuai Zhao, Bin He

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In future villa phase 2, there are 228 villas sitting clustered at the high points among the mountains, with slope between 15%-30%. By stacking different functional blocks perpendicularly, each villa is sculpted as glass boxes floating on top of the alpine environment. The upper level block is supported by a set of v shape columns, promoting an elegant appearance. Simple materials palette including nature stone, glass , wood and bare concrete, is designed to match gracefully within the site context. Large span and linear lighting along the ceiling edge emphasize the horizontal extension. Glass façade, infinity pool and private courtyard with reflecting pool, blend the natural environment into each villa. All above delivers a thorough design of fulfilled natural belongings.

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ARCHITECTURE - RESIDENTIAL - INTERNATIONAL

Peach Blossom Future Villa (Phase 1) Organisation Bluetown Architects

Peach Blossom Future Villa presents 56 single families dropping in a mountain scenic area. The integration of ‘heaven, earth and humanity’ is the overriding philosophy of the project.

Team Architecture: Feng Sa, Yue Zhao, Yinpeng Lin, Lei Shao, Zhiwei Dong; Structure: Gang Fu, Yujiang Zhu, Ming Xu, Xiaojun Zhong; MEP: Fengqian Shen, Cunzhen Lu, Ji Zhou, Tao Jiang

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INTERIOR DESIGN - CORPORATE & COMMERCIAL

Engineers Australia Brisbane Project Commissioner Engineers Australia Creator Evoke Projects Team Designer - Aida Dedic Salesperson - Shane Holth Project Manager - Luke Luffman Estimator - James Burke

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Engineers Australia is the largest and most diverse body of engineers in Australia. As Australia’s principal engineering association they serve and represent around 100,000 professionals at every level, across all fields of practice. They are committed to advancing engineering and the professional development of their members. Upon meeting with Engineers Australia the main objective was evident, Evoke were set out with the task to explore multiple potential office locations for both their Brisbane and Sydney members and staff side facilities.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL

Zonhow • 5Fook International Model Office Project Commissioner ZonhowReal estate Creator RUMO Design Team Chief designer:Jason Chen, HenryCui Design team: Rumo Interior Design

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Located in Qianjiang New Town, Hangzhou, Zonhow • 5Fook International is a world-class urban complex that integrates working, exhibition, commercial and residential functions. The designers project is a model office were commissioned to conceive several model offices for the complex. Based on the essential demands of elites working in the area, the designers created a modern diverse loft-style modern office workspaces that integrates humanistic aesthetics and flexibility.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL

Magnolia Creek After the Rain Organisation Fujian Reddy Design Team Shubin Lin

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The strong flow of Mulan River is like blood, moistening the living conditions and life sentiment of putian people, and also infiltrating the cultural charm and civilization of the land. In this case, based on the context and cultural background of the local urban development in Putian, we extracted the water element of “Magnolia Stream” of Putian as the origin of the design, and took “Clear Running Water and Wooden lanbei as the introduction” as the artistic extraction and then integrated the figurative design into the design of the entire marketing center.

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Hecang Training School Project Commissioner Yan Fang Shen Creator Hecang Training School

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This case is a film and television training school located in the city of Changsha, Hunan Province, with a building area of 670 square meters. The training of students is like sowing seeds, and the school has a high expectation in graduation rate, as if sowers harvest the rice into the granaries in autumn. So the school is named “Hecang” (granary), giving a sense of bumper crop. The designer takes “granary” as the source of inspiration, and upgrades the experience of space with a low budget, to create a space atmosphere in line with the corporate culture.

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Beauty of Nordic Dawn Project Commissioner Feng Cai Aesthetic Clinic Creator TOTEM Interior Design

This is the design project of an aesthetic clinic. To satisfy a true instinct for the beautiful, aesthetic medicine exactly holds an important position in internalizing the “good look” as the “beauty of heart.” As one lives by true intention, one shall find the beauty unaltered.

Team WANG, CHIEN-YUAN FANG,HUI-CHEN WANG, YU-SHUAN

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL

Zhongnan · Smart City I Interpreting pure and elegant natural aesthetics Organisation GND N+ DESIGN Team Project name: ZhongnanSmart City Developer: Zhongnan Group Interior design: GND Design Group - N+ Design FF&E design: GND Design Group - N+ Design Design Director: Ning Rui Design team: Xu Shanshan, Wu Jiajia Special support: Lu Kaixin Project location: Danzhou, Hainan Design area: 1123 Completion time: January 2021 Photographer: Yanming Photography Studio

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Zhongnan·Smart City Exhibition Area I With green plants and wood as the focus element, a modern artistic gallery is built. The natural beauty of the design and the sense of ritual concisely reveal the residents’ yearning for a better lifestyle. The pleasant symbols of flowers, coffee, and books are transformed into perceivable items here, linking the fragments of enjoyable lifestyle, and extending the scope of the home with a new co-living community, and also realizing the interactive emotion between the brand and consumers.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY

Wave of Mambo Organisation HG Interior Design

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After the mother founder passed away, the second-generation owner maintains the tea while also retaining the nostalgic feelings of the locals in Kaohsiung. The art museum belongs to the new development area. The second-generation owner hopes that the tea products can retain the original flavor, and hope that they will be transformed through the sales space so that people will have a refreshing and different feeling. The overall space takes milk tea’s main products “milk tea” and “pearls” as the main design concept. The bright colors are complemented by dynamic curvy vocabulary to bring a modern and vibrant atmosphere into space. Starting from the sales counter outside the door, the metal mosaic tiles extending to the bottom of the counter symbolize the magical spread of pearl milk tea. The scattered collage technique corresponds to the arc setting of the entrance, making the space more lively. Under the linear light, space shows a profound sense of modernity. 37


INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC OR INSTITUTIONAL

China Construction Eighth Engineering Division Shanghai Co.Fifth Branch Organisation Jiangsu Centuried Magnificent Construction Architectural Decoration Team Xin Lv, Wei Liu, Xin Li, Cong Yan, Hongwei Zhu, Wei LV

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The project is located in Gangcheng Square of Shanghai City, which is full of steady standard on function, stuff, style location and the area of every independent space. So the pro-phase designers operated deep study and considering on “Physical attributes, Psychological appeals,Sense of space, Architectural structure” on plane layout.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL

Chongqing · Luming Mansion I Nature, then freedom Organisation GND N+ DESIGN

Our concept “Nature, then Freedom” was inspired by Leonard Koren’s words: “Pare down to the essence, but don’t remove the poetry, keep things clean and unencumbered, but don’t sterilize.”

Team Project name: Chongqing Jinbi Yaju - Luming Mansion - Terraced Villa Developer: Chongqing Jinbi Yaju Real Estate Development Interior Design: Chongqing Pinchen Decoration Engineering Design FF&E Design: GND Design Group - N+ Design Design team: Ning Rui_Ai Gui Special support: Chongqing Jinbi Yaju Real Estate Development Photographer: Shiguan Space, A Yong

This project is located in Chongqing with a total area of 180 square meters. The first floor is a social public space, the second floor is a collection of entertainment and living spaces, and the third floor is a private space for the residents. It integrates the wabi-sabi style as a niche to create a harmonious beauty blending ecology, nature and design, which makes the ordinary and simplicity flow in the space, and tell the story in the details.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL

Dim Light Project Commissioner Yan’s house Creator Lava - design

The fashionable yuppie style is used to create the perfect ratio for the presentation of the overall space, where the dignified and conservative visual ambience fills the room.

Team Wen-Ching Wu

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Slender and Masculine Project Commissioner Guoju Construction Creator Lava - design

By integrating the environment, residential needs, building materials and other aspects, the residence is not only a residential function, but also a beautiful moment in life.

Team Wen-Ching, Wu

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RETAIL

Nanjing Xuanwu Powerlong City Sales Center Project Commissioner Powerlong Real Estate Creator MUFAN SPACE DESIGN Team MF DESIGN, founded in Shanghai in 2016, is a multidisciplinary studio specializing in interior DESIGN. “Brahman” means tranquility and silence. We are committed to growing up in the struggle of silence. Precipitate design in noisy environment. With a solid professional foundation, we constantly break through the boundaries of design, and recast a new life for the space.

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Situated in Xuanwu District, Nanjing, China, the project is the sales center of Powerlong City — an urban complex that integrates shopping mall, offices, cultural and recreational facilities, high-end residences and apartments, etc. Adjacent to two major traffic hubs and surrounded by a road network of “four longitudinal axes and three horizontal axes”, Powerlong City boasts convenient transportation. Besides, the area it situated has introduced several schools, which provide a good learning atmosphere and quality educational environment. As conceiving the interior of the sales center, the designers intend to turn the space into a container of feelings and emotions. The design doesn’t pursue excessive ornaments or external forms but explores the inner logic of the objects and creates forwardlooking life aesthetics. The space is endowed with an inclusive and warm atmosphere to contain different feelings. Brisbane Design Awards 2021


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Gift Shop Organisation EDGE Interior Design Limited Team Chu Ting Fai, Garrack

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The World need more fun under this global pandemic. As a souvenir shop under the new hotel Lisboeta Macau, owner try to take a different approach to others, this store in inspired from the amazing ambiance of Circus atmosphere, to allow their customer with a different shopping experience: Cheer and Fun.

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Jindi Qingdao Jinchen Sales Center Organisation Shanghai Hexi Architectural Design

Listen to the murmur of the waves Use light condense time Blue, is the most legendary immortal in life, from the sea and the sky, represents people’s yearning for nature. This project takes ocean blue as the main source of design inspiration to create a visual space, which is full of artistic impressions and inject more possibilities. The unique style and artistic feelings are created through the texture materials and fabrics. After the light of the day faded, the facade of the Jinchen sales office gradually rendered different levels of ink wave lines, pure and clear space guidance, flowing rhythm and story.

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Jindi · Hongyang Chengdu Fanjin 108 Sales Center The capital of Tianfu in the southwest corner is not Organisation only a haven to avoid the war and many difficulties, Shanghai Hexi Architectural Design but also a place to show people’s talent of poetry and literary. Fanjin 108 is located in Chenghua District, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, near the zoo and Zhaojue temple. It has a unique natural scenery and cultural history.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL SALES CENTER

Zhongtian • Taizhou River Mansion Sales Center Project Commissioner Zhongtian Myhome Group Creator Interior decoration design firm: F.G Studio Team Interior finishing design firm: Hangzhou P.T.S Environment & Art Design Interior decoration design firm: F.G Studio

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The project is located in Taizhou, China. Before entering the building, visitors need to pass through a front courtyard. The yard depicts an elegant Chinese ink wash painting where cranes rest or flap wings on water surface, and acts as a prelude to the interior of the sales center. The design extracts classical elements of Bvlgari rings, and translated them into distinctive circular structures. The design adopts modern approaches to reinterpret Oriental elegance in the era, while at the same time blending Chinese ink wash aesthetics into the space.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL SALES CENTER

Tongchuan • SCE Funworld Sales Center Project Commissioner China SCE Group Holdings Limited Creator Y. Design Team Design Company: Y. DESIGN Design Team: Lin Yifen, Wu Shulan, He Dan

The project is located in Tongchuan, an emerging city in Shaanxi province that will witness the rapid development of aviation industry. The designers combined technological and outer space elements, and utilized gleaming metal materials and simplistic forms, to integrate the design concept “cloud” into the space, Light and metal interact with each other, together producing a mysterious yet futurist spatial ambience. Almost all people once dreamed about a space travel in childhood, such as passing through the time tunnel or walking in the clouds, with the longing for future and freedom. “Space particles” displayed by the installation at the entrance guide visitors to recapture the sweet dreams in childhood memory.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL SALES CENTER

Nanjing Xuanwu Powerlong City Sales Center Project Commissioner Powerlong Real Estate Creator MUFAN SPACE DESIGN

Situated in Xuanwu District, Nanjing, China, the project is the sales center of Powerlong City — an urban complex that integrates shopping mall, offices, cultural and recreational facilities, high-end residences and apartments, etc. Adjacent to two major traffic hubs and surrounded by a road network of “four longitudinal axes and three horizontal axes”, Powerlong City boasts convenient transportation. Besides, the area it situated has introduced several schools, which provide a good learning atmosphere and quality educational environment. As conceiving the interior of the sales center, the designers intend to turn the space into a container of feelings and emotions. The design doesn’t pursue excessive ornaments or external forms but explores the inner logic of the objects and creates forwardlooking life aesthetics. The space is endowed with an inclusive and warm atmosphere to contain different feelings.

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Jingchen Sales Center Project Commissioner AVIC Real Estate Holding & Chongqing Xinhui Real Estate Development Creator Highly Design

There are countless wormholes in the universe as we known. Wormholes have tremendous power to gather matter here, and at the same time they are also a passage to another time and space. This project was designed to lead people to another place and time where they can escape from the bustle and flamboyance of the city life.

Team Chief designers : Huanhui Feng, Jin Wang, Suyan Liu

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Hubei Helenbergh • Park View Mansion Sales Center Project Commissioner Helenbergh China Holdings Limited Creator LONSON DESIGN

In a culture-rich and future-oriented city, what kind of living environment do people yearn for? And in a fluid space with a sense of belonging, how can designers bring aesthetics, emotion and functionality together in a proper way? An outstanding design stems from the pursuit of a good life rather than deliberate creation.

Team Design firm: LONSON DESIGN Design team: Yuan Jing, Zhong Jianfu, Yang Zhenwu

The project is the sales center of the residential development Helenbergh • Park View Mansion, situated in Jingzhou, Hubei, China. The residential community has become a new exemplary quality dwelling of the city, while its sales center carries the dream of an ideal living. With the city as the backdrop, the designers created a free and open style for the space, while also carefully polishing the details at various areas.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - RETAIL

Optus Queen Street Project Commissioner Optus Creator Collectivus

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The Queen Street flagship store showcases a new vision for the future of Optus’ retail stores. Design elements within the space have been shaped around the concept of ‘Optus Alive’. The Optus Alive concept considers a design built around nature, evolution and technology. A warm change for the company’s retail standard, the space brings together a refined palette of textured concrete, warm timbers and lush greenery. Maintaining a minimalist aesthetic, the store is layered with innovative technology including a custom digital shopfront that envelopes the space, a 25m curved interior display screen & digital stair treads that lead you to the upper level. Comprising of 11 unique zones throughout, the store is cleverly designed to cater for all customer types and their specific needs.

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN

Yan’an Wanda City Project Commissioner Wanda Group Creator Beijing Wanda Cultural Tourism Planning & Design Institute / PCDI Shanghai

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The origin of cities is largely related to commercial activities, and as a microcosm of urban development, commercial streets are always the quintessence of a city. Yan’an, a famous historical city in Northwest China, boasts a long history and rich cultural heritages. The implementation of the “Grain for Green” program for years has greatly improved the ecological system of Loess Plateau and Yan’an was even rated as a National Forest City. The project is located in the outskirt of Baota District, Yan’an, adjoining Huanhu West Road and a reservoir along Huanhu East Road. The site is narrow and linear, which stretches 2 kilometers in north-south direction. Surrounded by mountains and water, it enjoys rich natural resources and convenient transportation as well. Positioned as a featured tourism town, the project brings together the past and present of Yan’an to develop new, immersive tourist experiences.

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL

New Hope · Jinguan Peninsula Project Commissioner Newhope Group Guangfo Company Creator BLUES Team Chief designer : Gang Ren Concept design : Shen Hongbing Zhang MinCen JunjiangLi Ning Wang JianhuaLi Penghui Kuang HuiwenZhang CaiJiang Tingting Yang Lihang (Hydropower) Wu Huabing (Plants)

This project is located in the heartland of Eastern New Town, Shunde City, which stands side by side with the Pearl River New Town. In the north, the project enjoys a charming view. In the southeast stands an artificial river course, allowing the demonstration zone to maximize its riverside scenes. In the south, the well-developed land is surrounded by intoxicating scenery. Facing a river in the north, the block is approximately 1km away from Shunde Plus, with a landscape corridor featuring Guipan Lake’s first-rate riverside views.

Throughout the world’s history of human residences, scholars have reached a consensus on living by lakes. Developer Team: The winding streams flow along the river banks, Landscape Center - Zhang Ji, Zou Min, Lv Zhaowei, carrying forward Ming-style Lingnan features. By Zhou Yi, Wu Donglin, Xiao Yang reviving the mansion and neighborhood layout, the Guangfo Company - Liu Linjie, Hu Wei, Zhang Chuan, project has a modern outlook, preserves traditions, Li Shangming, Hu Yuehua and takes the art as its soul. Living in such a dreamland, you can find connections with your heart and stand aloof from worldly affairs. Brisbane Design Awards 2021

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL

Foshan Meisha Bilingual School Project Commissioner Vanke Foshan Creator GND Jiedi Landscape Design Team Owner team: Vanke Foshan Development Team Chief Designer: Qiu Ge, Zhong Yongcheng, Li Bing Concept design: Zhou Wen, Pan Fangyi, Nong Bo, Mo Benying, Liu Zhifeng, Liu Yun, Zuo Chaohui Garden design: Yang Shuguang, Chen Chen, Huang Juan, Zhang Jie, Zheng Louhong Plant design: Zeng Fengling, Liu Qin Hydroelectric design: Zhou Peng, Hu Mingyao

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GND starts from “bounded” to “unbounded” design concept in the landscape creation of Foshan Meisha Bilingual School. In terms of external design, the square in the campus opens to the city, promoting the integration between them; while in terms of internal design, the form of combining “gallery, courtyard, lane and platform” in Chinese traditional architecture is adopted for creating a borderless space integrating architecture, landscape and interior as a whole. Through making full use of space, a multi-dimensional space for learning, living and interaction is hence created.

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LIGHTING DESIGN

Taiwan Lantern Festival 2020 - Born On The Island Organisation Ding Yong Culture Creativity Team Netizen Productions Wang, Ming-Hsien / Taku Shinyama doT & associates / Hide Lin Serendipity Studio / Tseng, Ling-Li Houli Feng, Cheng Tsung Nobuyuki Sugihara / Hsieh, Kun-Lin REN Architects / Jiann-Jyh Wu, Yuan-Ru You

With the concept of a planning team by a group of architects and artists, the creators use their own life experience to read the context of Taiwan from the mountains to the woods; under the cross-domain, cross-generational and residents’ collaboration of Taiwan and Japan curatorial teams, the possibility of experimenting with natural and ecological materials with wood materials, combined with agricultural regeneration, in contrast to the past display mode of a large number of uniformly manufactured lighting products, it is possible to disassemble and assemble the lighting group and return to the community and return to the earth after the event, another kind of landscape Aesthetics “New Taiwan Lantern Festival”.

Yuan-Ru You doT & associates Hide Lin

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POP-UPS, DISPLAY, EXHIBIT & SET DESIGN

The Storytellers Project Commissioner Museum of Brisbane Creator Goldi

An immersive and interactive experience awaits as you step into The Storytellers to uncover the hidden histories, myths and tales of Brisbane as told by some of the city’s iconic contemporary writers.

The Storytellers captures the imagination of visitors Team of all ages through a life size storybook landscape DESIGN TEAM: Angela Golding, Bec Hunt, combined with historical objects, artworks, and Michail Kowal, Nabeela Suleman written and narrated histories. Brisbane’s many ILLUSTRATORS: Tony O’Brien, Nabeela Suleman, identities are revealed through different perspectives, Angela Golding creating a deeper, human interpretation of the city. MURAL PAINTERS: Simon Degroot (and students) WRITERS: Benjamin Law, Ellen Van Neerven, Hugh Lunn, Kate Morton, Matthew Condon, Nick Earls, Simon Cleary, Trent Dalton, Victoria Carless CURATOR: Miranda Hine ANIMATION: Todd Fuller, Helena Papageorgiou, Kellie O’Dempsey PHOTOGRAPHY: Toby Scott, Kate Mathieson

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Digital


Digital Design Corporate.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Finance.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Health. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Home & Living. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 New Service or Application. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Retail & Shopping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68


DIGITAL - CORPORATE

Adviceline Injury Lawyers Project Commissioner Adviceline Injury Lawyers Creator Luminary Team Account Director: Marty Drill Producer: Renae Englert, Kim Dezen Designer: Fab Ferrante FED: Sarah Dam, Catherine Cattach, Drew Foster, Reggie Rombang, BED: Andy Thompson DevOps: Andrew Radburnd

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Adviceline Injury lawyers is a leading personal injury practice that has been helping Victorians get their lives back on track for more than 50 years. The firm had a website that was clunky and difficult for content administrators to update. Navigation had also become very difficult for users, and the site was in need of a design refresh. This project involved a complete rebuild of the site, beginning with a content audit and strategy to redesign the site’s information architecture. The outcome was a vastly simplified and more intuitive information architecture and a much cleaner design that more appropriately reflects the firm’s positioning in the market.

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DIGITAL - CORPORATE

LUCRF Super Project Commissioner LUCRF Super Creator Luminary Team Account Director: Liam Thomas Producer: Anne-Marie Preston Research & Strategy: Emma Andrews; Kelvin Dart (Our Very Own) Solution Architect: Darren Stahlhut Design: Nicole Dolan (Our Very Own); Mark McManus FED: Johannes Untoro, Drew Foster BED: Ynze Nunnink, Rizki Satria QA: Neil Sudharmono

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As Australia’s first industry super fund, LUCRF Super is no stranger to leading the way. When it partnered with Luminary to rebuild its website, LUCRF Super’s vision was more than just a new site. True to its philosophy of always putting members first, it wanted to completely redefine the industry benchmark for online user experience. At the heart of this project was a very simple mission: ‘to create a friendly and helpful experience for members and employers’. The key objectives were also fairly straightforward: to drive member retention through an improved digital experience, and to support growth through direct member acquisition. What was remarkable, however, was the extent to which LUCRF Super was prepared to go to comprehend and deliver on the needs of its audience.

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DIGITAL - FINANCE

Maple-Brown Abbott Project Commissioner Maple-Brown Abbott Creator Luminary Team Account Director: Adam Griffith Producer: Kim Dezen Strategist: Emma Andrews Designer: Fab Ferrante FED: Drew Foster, Johannes Untoro, Catherine Cattach QA: Shanti Lestari, Bram Yuwono

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As one of Australia’s first boutique investment management firms, Maple-Brown Abbott has been managing investment portfolios for investors since 1984. When it was founded nearly 40 years ago, Maple-Brown Abbott (MBA) specialised in Australian equities. Over time though, the organisation has evolved and it is now a global business focussing on Australian equities, Asian equities and global listed infrastructure securities – with clients in over 20 countries.

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DIGITAL - HEALTH

Cancer Council Australia Project Commissioner Cancer Council Australia Creator Luminary Team Product Owner: Doug Hussey (CCA) Project Management: Daniela Stoecher (CCA); Jase Watson (Luminary) UX & UI Design: Chloe Condie (CCA); Tess French (Luminary) Front End: Benoit Morana (CCA); Drew Foster, Sarah Dam (Luminary) Back End: Benoit Morana, Vikas Kulkarni (CCA); Andy Thompson (Luminary) Content: Jane Roy, Jo Pham, Susan Thye (CCA) SEO: Jo Pham (CCA); Jason Mun, Seb Griffiths (Overdose Digital) DevOps: Benoit Morana (CCA); Andrew Radburnd (Luminary) QA: Abraham Yuwono, Neil Sudharmono (Luminary)

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Cancer Council is the nation’s leading cancer charity, and the only Australian charity working across every aspect of every cancer – from research to prevention and support. The national office, Cancer Council Australia (CCA), had not updated its website since 2012. As a result, its presentation, content and structure were outdated and in need of a major overhaul. With an ageing CMS, security, stability and ease of maintenance had also become problematic. Rather than attempting to conduct a ‘bandaid fix’ of the existing site, CCA decided to start afresh, switching platforms and completely rebuilding the site.

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DIGITAL - HOME & LIVING

Clipspec Design Application Project Commissioner Clipsal by Schneider Electric Creator Luminary Team Account Director: Adam Griffith Producer: Matt Stobo Design: Kate Gordes-Watson Front End: Allen Chen Back End: Tony Duan

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Clipsal by Schneider Electric has been a leader in electrical and lighting for over 100 years. The company offers a design service to consumers building or renovating their homes. Underpinning this service is Clipspec, a web-based app that enables consultants to help consumers tailor their electrical, lighting and smart home plans and bring them to life.

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DIGITAL - NEW SERVICE OR APPLICATION

Charli Organisation Charter Hall Team Developer: Charter Hall & CBRE Charter Hall partnered with CBRE, our national facilities management service provider, to investigate and develop a smarter solution to a range of tenant desires and issues. As building owners, managers and developers, our teams receive a myriad of tenant queries each day. Charli delivers a big win in productivity and agility for building managers with real-time tenant service requests integrated into the app. A key success factor was the high level of collaboration achieved on this project.

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Charli is a disruptive, market-leading workplace app that harnesses leading PropTech innovations to deliver a valued customer service experience connecting tenants to their environment and local amenities for a better work day. Created by Charter Hall in partnership with CBRE, Charli is a market-first in the commercial property sector, and is the largest scale workplace app currently available in Australia. Rolled out in Brisbane and across Charter Hall’s commercial office portfolio across Australia, Charli is a gamechanger in smart building technology. Using the latest geo-fencing location-based technology, tenants can order lunch, plan an event in the building, join a fitness class or find out what’s happening in local area. Charli delivers a big win in productivity, agility, community creation and sustainability.

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DIGITAL - RETAIL & SHOPPING

Ivory Coat Food Check Project Commissioner Real Pet Food Co. Creator Luminary Team Account Director: Adam Griffith Producer: Jase Watson Design: Mark McManus, Tess French Front End: Reggie Rombang, Drew Foster, Franky Cheung Back End: Yoki Satria, Andik Subiantoro, Tin Huynh, Thai Tran QA: Shanti Lestari DevOps: Harry Sibenaler

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Every pet is unique and each has different nutritional needs. As a producer of high quality natural pet foods, Ivory Coat is regularly asked about the dietary requirements of dogs and cats. So it decided to create a digital resource that would not only take the guesswork out of feeding for pet owners, but would also raise brand awareness and strengthen consumer loyalty. The brand engaged Luminary to help it bring its vision to life. The result was Ivory Coat Food Check – an interactive tool to help pet owners work out the amount and type of food to feed their dog or cat, based on a range of factors including age, breed, size and activity level. Food Check has been extremely well received in the market and has successfully raised brand awareness for Ivory Coat. It has been a strong driver of traffic to the site, with sessions up 70-75% in the two months post launch, compared with the previous two months.

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Experience


Graphic Design Identity and Branding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Illustration and Type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Three Dimensional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74


GRAPHIC DESIGN - IDENTITY AND BRANDING

Thornton Project Commissioner JGL Properties Creator Theola Team David Keeling Creative Director Mike Thompson Creative Director Kevin Lam Senior Designer Kelly Scott Account Director Kenny Smith Photography Cieran Murphy Photography

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John is one of those rare clients who understands that while he is an epic property developer, strategy, design and branding are not his skillset. He gave us the project overview and outlined his approach to adding value to each residence: by championing a unique creative collaboration between four true masters of their craft: Architect Liam Proberts, internationally renowned for his subtropical residential designs; Chef & Restaurateur Thierry Galichet, whose years of culinary magic would inform the design of Thornton’s kitchen and entertaining spaces; Gallerist & Curator Phillip Bacon AM, whose insight into displaying art to its true potential would shape each residence’s gallery space and Ralph Wilson whose infinitely collectible artwork would grace Thornton’s foyer.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN - PUBLICATION

Thornton Project Commissioner JGL Properties Creator Theola Team David Keeling Creative Director Mike Thompson Creative Director Kevin Lam Senior Designer Kelly Scott Account Director Kenny Smith Photography Cieran Murphy Photography Render House Studios Printcraft

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Brisbane is a city that has been slowly, but resolutely, working its way from near ‘country-cousin’ obscurity to ‘6th on the list of world’s most liveable cities’ superstardom. The Kangaroo Point peninsula, where Thornton is being built, sits just across the river from the city with a waters-edge ‘grandstand view’ of this remarkable transformation from sleepy little town to new world city. The Thornton Brochure needed to be less brochure and more book - to tell not just the story behind the remarkable collaborations that shaped this remarkable residential tower and its exceptional location; the materials chosen for the exterior and interiors and the corresponding elite craftsmanship, but the bigger story of Brisbane and everything that would be readily on your doorstep if you chose to become a resident.

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MARKETING - FILM, VIDEO, VIRAL

Thornton – Content series Project Commissioner JGL Properties Creator Theola Team David Keeling Creative Director Mike Thompson Creative Director Kevin Lam Senior Designer Kelly Scott Account Director John Moffat Director Brendan Williams DOP Anna Wareham Producer Grey Rogers Executive Producer 3P

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Seeing is believing. How do you sell something exclusive and rare that doesn’t even exist? You have to make people believe it does. John Chrysostom said, “it is through the eyes that desire enters the soul”, but we were 12 weeks away from our first renders. We needed to make the project come alive in this interim period, so we could begin to gauge interest for the project in the relatively niche market of buyers with $6m plus to spend on a ‘downsizer’ or a ‘Brisbane weekender’.

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Object


Product Design Concept. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Home & Garden. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Homewares. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80


PRODUCT DESIGN - CONCEPT

TWIST LoCK Organisation SEITIES Watches Team Nick Palmer - Founder/Designer/Project Manager

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The TWIST LoCK Watch is a three-piece modular watch designed with customer interaction, sustainability, and the Circular Economy in mind. The three pieces fit into each other and twist lock into place, without the need for any watch making tools. The purpose of which is twofold, allowing customer interaction by changing designs and colours as well as the ability for the watch to be returned/reused/ recycled. The watch case will be made from recycled plastic, which aims to reduce the use of virgin materials and the carbon footprint in production as well as enable further recycling.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - HOME & GARDEN

ActronAir NEO Organisation ActronAir

At ActronAir, we take pride in our reputation for designing and building high quality, world class air conditioners and controls right here in Australia.

Team Michael Spiteri - Program Manager Scott Cox - Industrial Design Ian Bruinsma - Electronics Design Mark Benjamin - Firmware Jeevan Shah/Bill Xu - Embedded Software Shayne Ross - UI/UX Andrew Craig – Product Manager

NEO, our all-new premium touchscreen controller and mobile app, brings the best in touchscreen technology and design to more people than ever before. Not only does NEO look great, it comes packed with all the features you want included as standard, with no extra upgrades required.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - HOMEWARES

A8ZK Steam-Combi Oven Range Organisation Zhejiang Seng Electronic Appliance

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In Chinese cuisine, there are 26 cooking methods to make the best taste of food. However, as the kitchen area increasingly shrinks and the modern family kitchen is popularized, it is difficult to use Chinese cooking methods in the kitchen. SENG A8 Steaming-Baking Integrated Cooker, designed to meet diverse needs of users, integrates the functions such as kitchen ventilator, range, steamer and oven, and perfectly supports 17 cooking methods in modern kitchen, saving the space and offering the user unrestricted cooking experience.

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Project index The Annex, 12 Creek Street

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Lin’an “Valley of the Wind” School

26

A8ZK Steam-Combi Oven Range

80

ActronAir NEO

79

Adviceline Injury Lawyers

60

Baker Boys Beach House

28

Beauty of Nordic Dawn

35

Cancer Council Australia

64

Chan Town Showroom Design

15

Charli 67 Chengdu Greentown • Phoenix Mansion Sales Center

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China Construction Eighth Engineering Division Shanghai Co.Fifth Branch

38

Chongqing · Luming Mansion : Nature, then freedom

39

Clipspec Design Application

66

Dim Light

40

Dongguan CBD Parking Building

16

Engineers Australia Brisbane

31

Fengsheng 101

20

Foshan Meisha Bilingual School

54

Gemdale • Joy Bay Exhibition Center

21

Gift Shop

43

Greenland • Chongqing Inter City Space Exhibition Center

17

Greentown Lotus Side Resort Hotel

25

Guanyun Town Center

24

Hecang Training School

34

Hubei Helenbergh • Park View Mansion Sales Center

50

Ivory Coat Food Check

68

Jiang Lai Shang Fu

19

Jin Yue Wan

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Jindi · Hongyang Chengdu Fanjin 108 Sales Center

45

Jindi Qingdao Jinchen Sales Center

44

Jingchen Sales Center

49

LUCRF Super

61

Magnolia Creek After the Rain

33

Maple-Brown Abbott

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Nanjing Xuanwu Powerlong City Sales Center

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New Hope · Jinguan Peninsula

53

Optus Queen Street

51

Peach Blossom Future Villa (Phase 1)

30

Peach Blossom Future Villa (Phase 2)

29

Slender and Masculine

41

SOHO Life Art Gallery

27

Taiwan Lantern Festival 2020 - Born On The Island

55

The Storytellers

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Thornton

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Thornton – Content series

74

Tongchuan • SCE Funworld Sales Center

47

TWIST LoCK

78

Wave of Mambo

37

White Deer Plain. Tongchen Hotel

23

Yan’an Wanda City

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Zhongnan · Smart City: Interpreting pure and elegant natural aesthetics

36

Zhongtian • Taizhou River Mansion Sales Center

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Zonhow • 5Fook International Model Office

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