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Brisbane Design Awards 2020


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Chairman’s Message 2020 is the second anniversary of the Brisbane Design Awards. We started this program to recognise leadership, excellence and courageous, design-lead projects. Each of the 2020 awarded projects took a different path in searching for the unmet needs of the stakeholders and users, but they are all undeniably made for people. 2020 has been a year that has rocked the foundations of normal. The beginning of the year showed us what the early signs of climate change look like, and then by March we had all learnt a new term: ‘lockdown’ and our vocabulary expanded to sound like we’d been to an epidemiology conference - COVID, flattening the curve, second wave, transmission, mortality rates, incubation. Importantly we understood that normal had been put on hold. We have all had to strap in for the abnormal ride that has seen the least expected candidates pivot, adjust, flex, and reconfigure how they tackle the everyday. Unfortunately to date, over half a million have lost their life and over the coming years that number will multiply many times.

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Our challenge is in how we accelerate to accommodate these new pressing needs, and later how we re-image the future. So many aspects of life weren’t perfect before COVID - I encourage you to work tirelessly to make sure the shape of the commercial, government and community sectors post COVID are more aligned to the needs of the community, free from bias, and provide for equitable existence of all people, regardless of race, creed or economic stature. Making systemic change in the business, government and community sectors is possible, but it takes time and needs framing. Together with our Design Exec Club studio partners we are evolving a Better Future Framework to help management, policy makers and transformation and innovation teams handle rapid change with vison, values and purpose. The Better Future Framework is underpinned by three value vectors: social equity, a sustainable environment and a thriving economy. The last decade has shown that value structures driven by maximum economic extraction at the cost social equity and a sustainable environment is not in line with community interest.


Our capacity to discuss and dissect the balance and understand where acceptable thresholds are will enable our community to progress with the least conflict and the highest benefit to the whole community.

Over the last 6 years, many of those dinner guests have been promoted to C-Suite positions and it proved high time to welcome in other C-Suite types to explore how design accelerates their organisational goals.

At DRIVENxDESIGN we too are evolving. This is our 11th year of award programs, and with a new decade comes a new focus. Over the last ten years we have pushed as hard as possible to build the world’s largest network of award programs - along the journey there has been a range of supporting tools and programs that have evolved. They were creating some clutter, so we’ve been busy doing a re-org - anything to do with the Award Programs stays under the DRIVENxDESIGN banner, everything else moves under the ‘Design Exec Club’ or ‘Better Future’ banners.

The Better Future banner is our future impact project - how do we ensure we are creating the best future for our grandchildren’s grandchildren? Yes, that’s right, five generations. Thought leadership that is going to create an equitable, environmentally and economically thriving model, needs to be long-term focused with short-term gains. That’s a Better Future.

The Design Exec Club is based on a dinner club I started in 2014 when touring through global design capitals. What began as an informal dinner conversation showed there was a glass ceiling for design conversations - it wasn’t punching through to the boardroom.

Over the coming year we will be rolling out more improvements to the DRIVENxDESIGN Portal to make it even easier for Award Managers to nominate and celebrate awarded projects and enhance the awards showcase. Again, congratulations and keep maintaining your courageous stance.

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DRIVENxDESIGN Award Programs

We recognise Courage, Diversity & Excellence. As the world’s largest network of design award programs we have recognised outstanding projects from over 7,500 Brands & 2,500 Studios across the decade. In 2019 we celebrated over $USD300B of design projects globally and raised the profile of 1,100 design projects. The feedback we receive is that the DRIVENxDESIGN Award Programs create an efficient way to recognise past projects and turn them into future reputation.

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You can nominate across the 10 Annual Award Programs, where we recognise the courage of project commissioners and creators equally. Without someone saying “we need”, designers don’t get the opportunity to do. It is the combined courage of both the commissioner and creative that makes an outstanding project. We are here to celebrate courage, diversity and excellence. Get involved, to create a moment of recognition for the project team, brand or studio. drivenxdesign.com/d100/programs.asp


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DRIVENxDESIGN Partner levels

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With market changes accelerating it’s good to have partners. Below you will see some amazing design brands that help us and you to go further and faster than if we went alone.

We have tweaked and upgraded the Studio Partner Levels to better help Studio Partners with increased profile building, knowledge sharing and executive networking.

For 2020 we are expanding our partner levels to provide additional support for key industry players.

New for 2020 are Brand Partners and Enterprise Partners. Naturally all Gold or above partners gain instant access to the Design Exec Club. We look forward to welcoming you to the club.


Studio Partner Levels Over the last six years, we have tweaked and evolved the Studio Partner Levels to bring new business priming, peer networking, profile building, and finally, bulk nomination discounts. Brand Partners Levels Whether you’re Microsoft, Oracle, Herman Miller or Vitra the design industry is a key market. Through using tools, advanced technologies and collaborations, these supporting brands help facilitate the amazing outcomes recognised in the DRIVENxDESIGN Award Programs.

Enterprise Partner Levels Enterprise culture and cadence are key challenges for design centred executives. The Enterprise Partner Levels offer quarterly executive briefing on key industry changes, shifts and insights. It also provides access to our global pool of Better Future Champions - to present or liase with your internal teams to help accelerate innovation and culture programs developing deeper human centred design capacity.

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The Brand Partner Levels provide opportunity to connect, meet and develop deeper relationships with studio principals and C-Suite design executives.

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DRIVENxDESIGN Executives Club

Everything we do is to accelerate into a better future, and we believe we can thrive by being driven by design and recognising the courage, diversity and excellence of those who are solving human needs. Founded in 2014, we are a continually expanding global network of like minded 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. We enable leaders through knowledge exchange and networking, and an impressive leaders toolkit. We call this the DRIVENxDESIGN Exec Club. Want to join the club? DesignExecClub.com

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Town Halls Across four markets in AUS, ASIA, EUK and USA, the Town Halls are a monthly catch-up with leaders to discuss how they are reacting, rebounding and reimagining the dynamic problem-filled world. We kicked-off in March 2020 with a focus on #BeyondCOVID and have since expanded to include #BLM. The Town Halls are a sharp expert forum prepared to say “I don’t know” and then work the problem until knowledge and solutions are shared. DESIGN Exec Club Podcast Your regular dose of executive design, packaged up in podcasts where CEOs, C-suite types and design gurus talk about how design is delivering and driving their activity. NOW Design Spotlight A monthly executive expert review of what’s happening in design - what projects are carving out a path to accelerate transformation and economic leverage.


Better Future Podcast We are in the midst of a surge in boardrooms leveraging design as a strategic tool. In past decades, we have seen design as an operational and artefact-creating tool, today however it is leading strategic growth and accelerating positive transformation. Since February 2015, the fastest growing companies - that is those most valued by market cap, have all been driven by design. Despite the importance of this strategic advantage, it has been flying under the radar with the conversation remaining

almost silent. That is why I created the Design in the Boardroom - Better Future podcast series. I have reached out to my network of design leaders, asking them to share their thoughts without giving away the strategic plans of their organisations. The launch series features 40 design leaders talking about how design is being managed up, down and across their organisations.

Harriet Wakelam, IAG

Nadim Bel Lallahom, Sciences PO

Bracken Darrell, Logitech

Maria Joao Pita, Smart France (Scic)

Thilo Alex Brunner, BMCO Industrial Design

Lea Maleh, H2 Innovate

Ken Chin, SEEK Asia

Jim Semick, ProductPlan

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Better Future

We know we need change. The question is how fast can you change and who’s got some shortcuts to help you accelerate. Since 2018 we’ve been pushing the theme of Better Future, we need to consider not the next quarter, not this year but our grandchildren’s grandchildren - that’s 5 generations.

“It will be a better future when women are recognised” #recognisewomen

Below are a few big ideas to fuel your imagination. Please use the page facing, share your big idea and make sure you listen to the Better Future Podcast. DRIVENxDESIGN.com/betterfuture

“It will be a better future when airline waste is 100% plastic free and compostable” #plasticfreeairtravel

“It will be a better future when science not opinion drive climate policy” #climatepolicy byscience

Now it’s your turn. Please share using the #betterfuture and @drivenxdesign tags so others can join your big idea.

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Naturally add in your own hashtag to keep a track of others that share your vision.


It will be a #betterfuture when...

#betterfuture @drivenxdesign

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Space


Architecture Commercial – Constructed.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Interior Design Hospitality – Eat & Drink. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 International Retail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 International Commercial. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 International Residential. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Residential. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

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ARCHITECTURE - COMMERCIAL - CONSTRUCTED

The Fantauzzo Project Commissioner Deague Group Creator SJB Team Tristan Wong, Director Fiona Coakley, Director

The Fantauzzo is a six-storey, 166 room boutique hotel that sits beneath Brisbane’s historic Story Bridge. On a complex site, it nestles against a rocky cliff face, behind heritage buildings along the waterfront of the Brisbane River. The hotel marks the eastern entry to the Howard Smith Wharves precinct - a bold revitalisation of underutilised urban space, characterised by heritage wharf buildings providing rare physical evidence of pre-1940’s Port of Brisbane. Our design response was to create a contemporary and abstracted representation of the cliff face, marrying nature with the dynamic geometry of the bridge. The modulating geometry of the facade references the robust trusses of the Story Bridge overhead, while muted, earthy tones borrowed from the cliff face define the palette. Tropical landscaping and overhanging vines on the facade also complement the cliff’s natural characteristics. The overall effect is a building that camouflages with its surroundings, an empathetic backdrop to the unique heritage structures on the site.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - HOSPITALITY - EAT & DRINK

Kau San Project Commissioner Guangzhou Keyu Dining Management Creator NOONTIDE Design Team Chief designer: Michael Choi

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Hakka culture is an important part of Southern Chinese culture.In this case, NOONTIDE Design was entrusted to upgrade the brand and space image of “Kau San”. NOONTIDE Design use Hakka Enclosed Houses to Set up the scene of hakka mountain house in the city center.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RETAIL

The Marrow of Tradition Project Commissioner Makang Creator ENJOYIDESIGN

Located on Dongshan Road in Taichung, it is a tranquil place away from the urban hubbubs, forming a unique spiritual world through the enjoyment of natural sceneries while forgetting the flying time and ages, creating the venue resembling Utopia.

Team Su-Hsiang Hung Hsien Hui Chen

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SCE - Jinan Parkview Bay Sales Center Project Commissioner China SCE Property Holdings Creator Xiamen Yitian Design Team Chief Designers Lin Yifen Wu Shulan

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Located in Zhangqiu, Jinan, which is the hometown of Li Qingzhao – “the most talented female in Song Dynasty”, the project enjoys profound historical and cultural context. The designers worked to create an elegant and delicate space in an implicit manner like interpreting a lyric poem. A variety of elements such as the misty landscape backdrop, the fresco with bird totems and red erythrina flowers on desks add vigor to the static space, thereby presenting a space as appealing as an idyllic poem.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL

Rebirth Project Commissioner/Creator Karbiz Interior Decoration Design Team Chien-Hui Pai Chun-Hung Yang

Since the client is passionate about antiques and vintage items and wished to reduce waste while refurbishing the site, the design team utilized a minimalistic design language and set a rugged, soft loft undertone for this renovation. The designers kept the original cabinets and embellished them while adding hardwood elements, rail lighting, etc. to create a humanistic atmosphere. In order to construct a retro ambiance, the designers selected organic coatings to bring forth a vintage, mottled touch. The marrying of subtle, restrained chromaticity, nature, and indirect lighting and the reusing of objects tell the tale of design bringing about a different kind of value in the social ecosystem.

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Stone Words Project Commissioner/Creator ENJOYIDESIGN and Housing Team Su-Hsiang Hung

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This design case depicts the spatial feeling with the gradual unfolding of the modern and restrained sensations. Opening the door, you will find a splendid and solemn door unveiling the curtain of the residence. Black, white, and grey foundations, standing on each side, manifesting the overall atmosphere. The atmosphere formed by the thin stone plates and metal parts are flowing naturally in the space, highlighting the tone of a simple, neat, and modern home.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL

Elegant Clean White Residence Project Commissioner Nanyi Design Interior Design Studio Creator Yi-Yun Chang

Eradicate excessively gorgeous and dazzling decorations, and the large areas of the clean base are embellished with iron piece decorations, unveiling the prelude for a transparent layout with a refreshing field of vision. This design project depicts the pure simple modern style, where aesthetic sentiment grows naturally, directly bringing out the purity of life. Doris Janzen Longacre once said: “The trouble with simple living is that, though it can be joyful, rich, and creative, it isn’t simple.”

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Remarkable Arts Project Commissioner/Creator Conflux Design Team HSING-FU HUANG YI-CHUN WU PEI-TZU LEE YUNG-CHING CHANG

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The main concept of this project is the integration of arts and life; on the one hand, it shows the living style of the client, on the other hand, it also broadens its aesthetics and adding an elegant life to the original excellent geographical environment. The outdoor natural scenery and the artificial nature that was created by the marble wall enrich the aesthetics of the house; and the progressive spatial planning, from the entrance, guest room, dining room, kitchen, reading area, bedroom, is not only for the sake of the artwork but also the smooth and comfortable environment in order to create an exquisite and delicate space.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - RESIDENTIAL

Bonjour Project Commissioner/Creator Wide Design Team Hsiang Chen Fan

This project has been the dream house for a family of four. The designer took many aspects into consideration, such as the client’s job as a freelancer, the client’s hobbies, and how the children are still growing up, and therefore, decided upon the core concept as to create a living space which keeps abreast of the times by utilizing flexible designs, so that in this “home” could incorporate multiple dimensions: where one could hold meetings and work, where one could enjoy the solace of solitude, and where one could spend quality time with the children. With the horizontal spatial scale, the designer laid out a broad, continuous flow indoors and an exhaustive storage function; and with the longitudinal timeline, the needs of the now and of the future are both met via adaptable designs. In addition, this project also involved a terrace, which is quite uncommon. The designer used it as a medium to not only establish a relaxing scenery that tranquility connects man and nature, but also help better the interactions between the client and his clients.

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WAYFINDING

Brisbane Multilingual Pedestrian Wayfinding System Project Commissioner Brisbane City Council Creator Dotdash

The newly constructed Brisbane City Council hub signs are the towering, vibrant parent signs to the current multilingual finger sign family. Dotted throughout Brisbane City and surrounds, these signs stand as major information nodes in Brisbane’s pedestrian wayfinding system.

Team Design Director: Mark Ross

Located on footpaths throughout the City of Brisbane, the hub signs offer a pedestrian focused walking map, with key destinations noted in Korean, Japanese, Traditional Chinese and Arabic.

Designers: Peter Rudledge Rainy Shen Dan Pike Charles Willmore Laura Beattie Steve McFeat

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Providing a high contrast to their surrounding urban environment, these distinct yellow signs attempt to draw attention whilst still integrating into their surroundings and causing minimal impediment on pedestrian traffic flow.

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Object


Product Design Homewares. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32


PRODUCT DESIGN - HOMEWARES

5indians loft bed Project Commissioner/Creator 5indians Team Michael, Ruby and Harrison Vidler

Unable to find what we needed in the marketplace, we invented our own. So with a pink chalk and a yellow chalk the kids started drawing on an “A� frame chalkboard. 5indians is a queen size plywood loft bed. Left or right handed to suit, and reclaims the floor space for other purposes: study desk, bean bags, 4 hammocks, no hammocks ?...use your imagination.

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Experience


Graphic Design Identity and Branding.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Publication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Marketing Branded Experience.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Systems Social Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45


GRAPHIC DESIGN - IDENTITY & BRANDING

Urbanity Conference Project Commissioner The Urban Developer Creator Theola Team Creative Director - Mike Thompson Senior Designer - Kevin Lam Copywriter - David Keeling Account Director - Kelly Scott

The Urban Developer is Australia’s leading source of news, media and events for the property industry – and Urbanity is their annual flagship conference aimed at ‘the enlightened ones’ within the industry. Urbanity is designed as a conference for the creators of cities in the Asia Pacific. But it isn’t your run-of-the-mill developers conference. Urbanity’s purpose is to transform, to shake up, to inform, excite and agitate. Each year, the conference brings together the best business brains and top creative minds to literally uproot and change how property and place professionals think, behave, do business, learn and go about shaping the future. The intention is to better enable the co-creation and shaping of the cities of the future to be less expensive and more creative, efficient, sustainable – and scalable.

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Holm Project Commissioner HG Developments Creator Theola Team Creative Director - David Keeling Senior Designer - Kevin Lam Illustrator - Makoto Funatsu Photography - Sam Scoufos Account Manager - Marnie Vaughn

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Residential developments are most usually characterised by their similarities to each other, rather than by the things that make them unique. But very occasionally - when we are given a brief and we pour over the initial design documents searching for traces of inspiration that will trigger a deeper story and begin the journey to a suitable name and identity we are surprised by a developer’s approach to a build and the architect’s response to their brief. Sometimes… its genius. And that in turn places a responsibility on our team to create an identity that allows the genius to live and breathe and be engaging without getting overshadowed by its identity. Instead, the identity needs to work to deliver a deeper appreciation and layers of meaning for something that only currently exists as hard drafting lines on paper, or an architect’s scribbled vision soon to be rendered.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN - IDENTITY AND BRANDING

Stratton Project Commissioner Silverstone Developments Creator Theola

Stratton began with the developer asking, ‘what if’. What if you didn’t want your business to be the same as everyone else’s? Where would you go? What would you look for? We thought we’d do the same.

Team Copywriter - David Keeling Senior Designer - Kevin Lam Photography - Anthony Geernaert Account Director - Kelly Scott

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Hymix Brand Identity Project Commissioner Hymix Creator Driven Team Ben Maunder, Managing Director John Argyle, Brand Designer Martin Hull, Brand Strategist Danielle Franchina, Project Manager Zal Meher-Homji, Digital Account Director Shane Agard, Digital Designer Brett Johns, Copywriter Jordan Neenan, Developer Katie Macaione, Producer Josh Kelly, Photographer

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The Hymix brand identity solution demonstrates that time, not concrete, is the company’s most valued commodity. The developed brand idea ‘It’s about time’ celebrates their commitment to realistic delivery times and their dedication to keep projects moving. It also acts as a rallying call to shake up the industry and start treating customers with the respect and transparency they deserve. The friendly and approachable design language appeals to both the consumer and trade audience, whilst maintaining a trustworthy and dependable appearance.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN - PUBLICATION

Studio 276 Brochure Project Commissioner Fivex Creator Theola Team Mike Thompson, Creative Director Kelly Scott, Account Director Caroline Sheahan, Copywriter Ellen Porteus, Illustrator Ant Geernaert, Photographer

Fivex approached us to create an identity for ‘a funky new extension’ to an existing building in the cultural heart of the Melbourne CBD at 276 Flinders street. It used the same entrance as the existing 276, but the new space was accessed by taking the lift up and then entering via an enclosed, elevated walkway. They really wanted the space to feel unique, new and much more contemporary than the existing building, to appeal to non-traditional corporates, creative industries and younger businesses. Location was the biggest driver – the space was brilliantly connected being just across the street from Flinders Street Station.

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Horizon Festival 2019 Project Commissioner/Creator Sunshine Coast Council Team Graphic Designer: Maria How Senior Marketing Officer: Peta Huggett Marketing Officer: Jess Abraham Communication Officer: Jacqui Azzopardi Website: The Various Artists Video: Krita Eppelstun

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The annual Horizon Festival, delivered by Sunshine Coast Council, was launched in 2016 and has become the Sunshine Coast’s premier multi-art arts festival. Over 10 days and nights, Horizon Festival stages inspiring artworks and events in the unique places and spaces of the Sunshine Coast, from the beach to the hinterland and everywhere in between. The festival’s brand and visual identity was developed in-house and has evolved since its creation in 2016. The objective for the 2019 festival was to build on the significant brand equity developed over the Festival’s first three years and further develop and deliver a significant destinational campaign increasing brand awareness both locally and within Australia whilst extending the marketing reach and appeal of the festival. In taking our regional festival to the national arena, we identified a need to elevate the look and feel of the festival, reflecting the bold and contemporary events making up the 2019 festival program. Brisbane Design Awards 2020


MARKETING - BRANDED EXPERIENCE

Blue Heart Sunshine Coast Project Commissioner/Creator Sunshine Coast Council Blue Heart Sunshine Coast is a flag-ship project. This is the first time a local council, a state government and a utility have come together to protect and enhance a dedicated area for conservation, flood preservation and ecreation purposes. The Blue Heart is an area of more than 5000 hectares within the Maroochy River floodplain that contains important environmental features and acts as a critical flood storage area to protect the catchment from flood impacts.

Team Sunshine Coast Council Graphic Designer: Aisling Gormley Chief Strategy Officer: Bill Haddrill Manager Environment & Sustainability Policy: David Moore Senior Natural Environment Project Officer: Jaimi Webster Communication Officer: Kelsey O`Connor Department of Environment and Science Environmental Policy and Programs Director Land Restoration Fund: Megan Surawski Chief Scientist Land Restoration Fund: Don Butler Manager Wetlands: Mike Ronan Unity Water Manager Infrastructure Planning and Development: Ashley Lorenz Environmental Affairs Manager Sustainable Infrastructure Solutions: Kylie Crouch

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MARKETING - BRANDED EXPERIENCE

Adventure Sunshine Coast Project Commissioner/Creator Sunshine Coast Council Team Environmental Operations: Kurt Martin - Recreation Trails Activation Officer Digital Information Services: Wayne Brooks - Project Manager/Business Analyst Michelle Meyer - Anaylst/Developer Michael Neville - Anaylst/Developer Brett Grayson - Capability and Solutions Architect Communication: Hayley Findlay - Communication Officer Helen Kelly - Communication Officer Joseph Stevenson - Senior Graphic Designer Mitch Phillips - Videographer

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Adventure Sunshine Coast: An interactive online guide showcasing over 150 free trails in the region. The project is aimed at enabling people of all ages and abilities to get out and active to the beautiful natural environment of the Sunshine Coast region. The guide caters for multiple activities and includes maps and imagery of actual locations. It encourages participant feedback to continually build the information within the guide ensuring it is relevant and up-to-date. The project required a branded experience that would be highly visible and engage the audience through a cohesive marketing campaign.

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SwarmFarm Robotics Project Commissioner/Creator SwarmFarm Robotics

SwarmFarm is an Australian company leading the development of agricultural robots for crop production. SwarmFarming is a new paradigm for agriculture where swarms of small, nimble, autonomous platforms create new farming practices. Currently, everything in agriculture is limited by what we can hook on the back of a tractor or what we can tip in the spray tank. SwarmFarm’s robots put new technology in the hands of farmers. Autonomous technology is the next step change for agriculture, allowing new farming techniques and methods previously not considered possible or practical.

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Seatcare Child Car Seat Recycling Program Project Commissioner/Creator Equilibrium

A new product stewardship initiative will provide parents and families with a convenient solution to dispose of their old, unwanted and potentially unsafe child car safety seats. A diverse group of manufacturers, retailers and child safety and automotive organisations is working collaboratively to develop a national child car safety seat recovery program. At present, there is no program to support the take-back of old child car safety seats in Australia. Simultaneously, there is a growing public expectation that producers and retailers are well placed to demonstrate their corporate social and environmental responsibility in a very practical manner. As a result SeatCare is a timely solution that will address both safety and environmental objectives in a practical way.

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Paintback Project Commissioner/Creator Paintback

Paintback is taking unwanted paint and packaging’s colourful past to a brighter future of responsible disposal and innovative reuse. Paintback, established in 2016, is a world-first, industry-led initiative designed to divert unwanted paint and packaging from ending up in landfill and vital waterways. Australians throw away a colossal 15 million kilograms of unused paint with containers every year. Paintback is a responsible paint and container disposal scheme driven by the Australian paint industry and the major companies that supply around 95% of all the architectural and decorative (A&D) paint sold in Australia.

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Digital


Digital Design Fintech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Expanded Service or Application. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Health. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Home & Living. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Retail & Shopping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57


DIGITAL - FINTECH

EBM RentCover Project Commissioner EBM RentCover Creator Luminary Team Adam Griffith - Account Director Kim Dezen - Producer Emma Andrews - Strategy Director Tess French - Design Director Kate Gordes-Watson - Designer Sarah Dam - Front End Development Franky Cheung - Front End Development Drew Foster - Front End Development Tony Duan - Back End Development Yoki Satria - Back End Development Hadi Widjaya - Back End Development Abraham Yuwono - Quality Assurance

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For close to three decades, EBM RentCover has been working with landlords and property professionals to best protect investments and incomes. Having developed one of Australia’s first landlord insurance policies, EBM RentCover educates potential policyholders about the value of aligning with a specialist landlord insurance provider and currently protects more than 150,000 rental properties across Australia. The company needed a new website that would reflect its new branding and better reflect its vision and purpose. The site needed to be designed, built, tested and deployed within three months. The company’s content administrators are delighted with their new Kentico CMS and the efficiencies it has created. One of the key advantages in terms of content administration is that the staff can now schedule changes to occur at a specific date and time, and bulk upload changes into a spreadsheet. This has been particularly advantageous for rate changes based on regulatory changes that often take place in the middle of the night. The new site also offers a far better user experience on mobile phones and other devices. Brisbane Design Awards 2020


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DIGITAL - EXPANDED SERVICE OR APPLICATION

Velocity Frequent Flyer App - Offers & eStore Project Commissioner Velocity Frequent Flyer Creator Tigerspike Team Dana Taylor Scott Weston Anne Lioe Amy Lin Joseph Morris Andrew Dean Shan UI Haq Sandeep Vissamsetti Abby Tan Nicolas Parimeros Chaitra Manjunatha Alice Meulman Johnny Yang Jodie Hoad and the Collinson team 52

The ability to regularly interact, engage and earn Points towards rewards is essential to ensure Velocity members are able to derive the maximum value possible from the Velocity Frequent Flyer Program. The creation of a seamless experience that drives regular engagement with Velocity partners and the Offers they create to acquire and retain members as their loyal customers is fundamental. The Offers & eStore project focused on providing members with an unrivalled native mobile loyalty experience to engage and seamlessly earn points. The experience provides members with an awareness of all Velocity Partners and a means to interact, engage and manage active Offers available through partner brands. The integration of eStore enables members to seamlessly earn Points when shopping online with over 200 global retail brands.

Brisbane Design Awards 2020


DIGITAL - EXPANDED SERVICE OR APPLICATION

Anzac Stories Project Commissioner/Creator State Library of Queensland This project was developed as an online conversation approach to commemorate Anzac Day and content available at State Library of Queensland when Anzac Day events were cancelled due to Covid-19. State Library commissioned Alkira Software to develop the voice-activated application. Be transported back in time with Anzac Stories, through the diaries of Australian war heroes past and contemporary stories from those in service. Listen to moving memories from WWI, WWII and beyond curated by the State Library of Queensland for Anzac Square Memorial Galleries. Request a poppy be laid at Anzac Square on your behalf, hear The Last Post and be led in a minute’s silence on Anzac Day. Brisbane Design Awards 2020

Team State Library of Queensland Anna Raunik - Executive Director, Content and Client Services Linda Barron - Director, Visitor and Information Services India Dixon - Anzac Square Visitor Services Officer Bridie Lee - Coordinator, Marketing Alikra Software Ray Guy - Founder / CTO Ruth Drinkwater - CEO Lee Mathers - GM Paige Harkness - Partnerships / Conversation Designer Dylan Tasler - Senior Developer Bryce Woods - Developer Eleanor Mills - Developer / Conversation Designer Luke Styne - Front End Developer DJ Tasler - Quality Assurance 53


DIGITAL - HEALTH

Niggle: A new app making mental health help more accessible to young people Project Commissioner Kids Helpline Creator Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

Team Research team: Oksana Zelenko, QUT Design Lab Gavin Sade, QUT Creative Industries Faculty John Dalgleish, yourtown KidsHelpline Leanne Hides, University of Queensland

Kids Helpline is Australia’s only free, confidential 24/7 online and phone counselling service for young people aged 5 to 25. While help seeking amongst young people in Australia aged 5-25 years is on the rise, Kids Helpline’s ability to address this demand is limited. Thus, just over half of all contact attempts to Kids Helpline remain unanswered. Driven by these urgent issues, researchers at Queensland University of Technology partnered with Kids Helpline, over 30 young people and 11 counsellors to create Niggle - a new digital wellbeing app that connects young people Australia-wide to trustworthy and reliable mental health information, additional counselling support and self-care resources.

Expert Research Advisors: David Kavanagh, QUT Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation Angela Cooke-Jackson, California State University USA

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Senior Research Associates: Aleksandra Staneva and Calvin Smith Project Coordinator: Stoyan Stoyanov Design and development team: Jessica Cheers, Lead Designer QUT Design Lab Madhavan Mani, Lead Developer Robyn Maguire, yourtown Content Coordinator

Brisbane Design Awards 2020


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DIGITAL - HOME & LIVING

Clipsal by Schneider Electric Project Commissioner Schneider Electric Australia Creator Luminary

Clipsal by Schneider Electric is a leader in the electrical accessories market. The company wanted customers to have a seamless and valuable website experience and needed a website revamp to properly showcase its impressive range of offerings.

Team Chey Mose - Producer Reggie Rombang - Front End Development Angga Dipa - Back End Development Yoki Satria - Back End Development Allen Chen - Front End Development Knott Comlon - Back End Development Abraham Yuwono - QA Shanti Lestari - QA Filya Mustikawati - QA

Luminary designed and built a website for Clipsal in 2013. Since then, much has changed in the way people use the web and it was time for the site to evolve. A comprehensive UX review of the existing site revealed that the website was no longer providing users with an optimal experience. Having developed the original website for Clipsal as well as providing a range of other successful digital services since, Luminary was well positioned to take on this new challenge.

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Brisbane Design Awards 2020


DIGITAL - RETAIL & SHOPPING

Volkswagen Online Ordering Website Project Commissioner Volkswagen Creator DDB / Tribal Australia / Katzon

Volkswagen customers can now configure and purchase their new vehicles from their comfort of their couches via a new website designed by Tribal, DDB and Katzion. All new Volkswagens from the Polo city car to the Crafter commercial vehicle are included in the new online purchase process. Online ordering enables Volkswagen customers freedom to purchase anytime while continuing to support Volkswagen’s dealer network, which remains the brand’s frontline and continues to do a great job even in unprecedented circumstances. Develop in less than two weeks, the team have delivered a brilliant customer experience, which embraces the innovations of Volkswagens new OneHub design language.

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Project index

5indians loft bed

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Adventure Sunshine Coast

44

Anzac Stories

53

Blue Heart Sunshine Coast

43

Bonjour 26 Brisbane Multilingual Pedestrian Wayfinding System

28

Clipsal by Schneider Electric

56

EBM RentCover

50

Elegant Clean White Residence

24

Holm 37 Horizon Festival 2019

42

Hymix Brand Identity

39

Kau San

18

Niggle: A new app making mental health help more accessible to young people

54

Paintback 47 Rebirth 22 Remarkable Arts

25

SCE - Jinan Parkview Bay Sales Center

21

Seatcare Child Car Seat Recycling Program

46

Stone Words

23

Stratton 38 Studio 276 Brochure

40

SwarmFarm Robotics

45


The Fantauzzo

16

The Marrow of Tradition

20

Urbanity Conference

36

Velocity Frequent Flyer App - Offers & eStore

52

Volkswagen Online Ordering Website

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