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GOOD DESIGN AWARDS 2017


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Message from the Prime Minister

2017 Good Design Award®

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Message from the Premier of NSW

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Product Design

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Message from the Patron

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Architectural Design

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Partners

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Communication Design

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Message from Good Design Australia

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Digital Design

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Service Design

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Social Innovation

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Good Design Awards

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About the Awards

2017 Good Design® Selection

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2017 Good Design Awards Jury

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Product Design

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Architectural Design

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Communication Design

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Good Design Award of the Year Timeline

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Design Strategy

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2017 Good Design Award® of the Year

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Digital Design

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Good Design Award for Sustainability

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Service Design

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Industry Awards

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Social Innovation

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Best Overall

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Best in Category

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Young Australian Design Awards

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Message from the Prime Minister From the smallest device in the palm of our hands to the grandest exhibition space, design is central to the way we live our lives. Great design inspires and enriches us, and plays an important role in solving problems, creating efficiencies and improving liveability. It responds to advances in technological innovation as much as it is influenced by social change. So I am greatly encouraged by Good Design Australia in its role of showcasing and promoting excellence in innovative design, a task all the more germane in this age of disruption across so many sectors of industry. As the global economy enters a period of massive structural change, key industries will only flourish in a rich context of creativity and innovation, and investment in the individuals and companies pioneering the applications, products and services of tomorrow. I therefore commend everyone honoured at this year's Australian Good Design Awards, and thank you for your contributions to the long-term future of our nation and our world. I trust that the 2017 yearbook will bring fresh appreciation for your achievements, and the remarkable role that thinkers, innovators and entrepreneurs play in making us a more productive and creative nation.

The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP Prime Minister of Australia

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Message from the Premier of New South Wales On behalf of the NSW Government, it is my great pleasure to congratulate the winners of this year’s Good Design Awards. The awards celebrate outstanding achievement in the field of design and innovation, and act to promote and explore the future of this cutting-edge industry. The 2017 Good Design Awards were presented as part of Vivid Sydney, the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas. I congratulate Good Design Australia on another remarkable year of industry leadership and wish everyone continued success. Gladys Berejiklian MP Premier New South Wales

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Message from the Patron Writing a message for a yearbook always forces one to reflect. The question we, as designers of products, buildings, businesses, governments and communities have to keep asking ourselves is “Have our actions made a difference to the domain we are trying to impact over the last 12 months?” This is a very personal question, and rightly so! At Good Design Australia we made 2 conscious decisions: firstly, to continue with the very important collection and amplification of good design through our Good Design Awards and we had our best year ever of submissions, excellent deliberations and a great celebration of design excellence. Secondly, not to become too comfortable with what we have and who we are. We have therefore put much more of a focus on our Design as Strategy Forums and international involvement in such, we have extended our alliances with a number of entities and we have been a key participant in getting Sydney shortlisted as the next World Design Capital® in 2020 - and this is just the beginning! But the question remains – has this made a difference to a better Australia and a better world, through design? Has this contributed to Australia having a disproportionate global status as a nation of design? We believe that our success has been mixed. The achievements speak for itself, but we yet have to convince various layers of government of the importance of design as a national (or even a local) priority.

We yet have to entrench design as a core response in business strategies and we yet have to elevate design to the same level of importance as STEM skills. Our work is not done, but we have increased the odds by increasing the different points of entry to spread the design message, we have increased our alliances and partners to improve the amplification of the message and we have sent a message to the world that Australia and its cities are serious about design. Combined that forms our new promise and we accept the responsibility of such. If you read this, you are a DESIGNER. In reading through our Good Design Awards Yearbook I would like to urge every reader to reflect with us. Celebrate the successes, but also ask: “Have MY actions made a difference over the last 12 months and what more should I do to move the design dial?” Individual action is a prerequisite for collective power.

Gerhard Vorster Patron Good Design Australia

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Partners Good Design Australia gratefully acknowledges the support of the following design-driven Partners. STRATEGIC PARTNERS

CATEGORY PARTNERS

EVENT PARTNERS

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AWARDS PARTNERS

TALKS PARTNERS

INDUSTRY PARTNERS

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FESTIVAL PARTNERS


Message from Good Design Australia We believe in the transformative power of design to improve our quality of life, shape a better Australia and create a more sustainable and prosperous world. Design has always been at the forefront of driving change. With the lightning-speed evolution in technology and exploration of new markets, materials and processes - designers are constantly finding new ways to push the limits of innovation. Celebrating design excellence is an important pursuit and helps create an environment that encourages design-driven innovation for a better quality of life. Through our annual Good Design Festival, Good Design Awards and other signature design events, we promote the transformative power of design and it’s ability to create better and more efficient products, services and spaces and more competitive businesses. Ultimately, we see design contributing to a better society and a more sustainable and prosperous world for us all.

Dr. Brandon Gien CEO Good Design Australia Senator World Design Organization (WDO)

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GOOD DESIGN AWARDS One of the longest standing and most prestigious design awards in the world, promoting excellence in design and innovation since 1958.

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About the Awards The Good Design Awards celebrate the best of human ingenuity and inspire others to reach for the sky, and beyond. The Australian Good Design Awards are one of the longest standing and most prestigious design awards in the world today. With a proud heritage dating back to 1958, the Good Design Awards are recognised by the World Design Organization (WDO) as Australia’s peak design endorsement program and reward excellence in design, innovation and creativity across seven main design disciplines including: 1

Architectural Design

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Digital Design

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Product Design

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Service Design

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Social Innovation

Our Good Design Awards are a powerful tool to help reach the aspiration of Design for a Better Australia. For both companies and design consultancies, receiving the Good Design recognition rewards their creativity and ability to anticipate and design for a better future. It also boosts their communication towards customers and partners while bringing pride and recognition to their business. The Good Design Awards evaluation process sets an international benchmark for best in class design and is widely regarded as the most rigorous evaluation process in the industry. Winners in the annual Good Design Awards represent a tangible outcome of designled innovation and showcase how good ideas can be transformed into commercially successful products, services, spaces and experiences - through professional design. The Awards also recognise the next generation of designers and innovators through the annual Young Australian Design Awards.

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The Good Design Awards celebrate the best of human ingenuity and inspires others to reach for the sky, and beyond.

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Every year, Good Design Australia invites renowned design experts from around the world to participate in the Good Design Awards evaluation process. The Judges consist of leading industry experts that are selected based on their area of expertise and their ability to bring an individual perspective to the evaluation process. The Good Design Awards evaluation process is considered one of the most rigorous and respected design evaluation systems in the world. It has been carefully developed and refined over many years, resulting in a rigorous set of evaluation criteria, each developed specifically for particular design disciplines.

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2017 Good Design Awards Jury Lindy Johnson

Director, Lindy Johnson

Doug Buckle Director, Creator Global

Nicolas Denhez

Sr. Director of Industrial Design HoloLens, Xbox, Microsoft Devices

Lesley Price

Editor, INDEX: Design to Improve LifeÂŽ

David Clark

Design Editor and Curator

Luciano Papi

Managing Director, Lu Papi and Associates

Lester Miller

Principal and Head of Mechanical Engineering, IP Solved

Choi Sohyun

CEO and Creative Director, Perception Inc.

Shane Currey

Partner, Design for Business, Deloitte Australia

Tharani Partner, Jegatheeswaran Deloitte Australia Shikuan Chen

Senior Vice-President, Compal Electronics Board Member, World Design Organization (WDO)

Tim Paciolla

Creative Director, Frog

Terri Winter

Managing Director, top3 by Design

Ian Muir

Founder and Managing Director, Idm design Labs

Ben Crothers

Design Educator, Atlassian Director, Second Road

Gordon Tait

Founder and Managing Director, Tait

Dr Sam Bucolo

Professor of Design and Innovation, UTS

Andrew Maclean

National Editor, Drive

Timothy Horton Registrar, NSW Architects Registration Board Tim Riches

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Group Strategy Director, Principals

Anthony Crawford Founder, CarAdvice.com Jorge Castillo

Founder and Creative Director, Canvas Group

Clair van Veen Director, CVV Brand and Customer Experience Strategy Robert Tiller CEO, Tiller Design Neil Burley Co-Founder, Burley Katon Halliday and Anibou Tim Rugendyke Director, Industrial Design Alliance (iDA)


Accolades Good Design® Selection

Good Design Award®

Awarded to products, services or projects that, in the opinion of the judges have satisfied the criteria for Good Design®. There is no limit to the number of Good Design® Selection accolades awarded each year.

Awarded to products, services or projects that have not only met the criteria for Good Design® but have exceeded them. There is no limit to the number of Good Design Award® accolades awarded each year.

Good Design Award® Best in Category

Good Design Award® Best Overall

Represents the highest level of design excellence in each subcategory. There are a maximum of 25 Good Design Award® Best in Category accolades awarded each year.

Represents the highest level of design excellence in each overarching design discipline. There are a maximum of 7 Good Design Award® Best Overall accolades awarded each year.

BEST IN CATEGORY

SUSTAINABILTY

BEST OVERALL

Good Design Award® for Sustainability

Good Design Award® of the Year

Awarded to an entry that represents the highest level of excellence in sustainable design practices and that in the judge’s opinion will have an ongoing positive impact in promoting sustainable design. There is only one recipient of the Good Design Award® for Sustainability each year*.

The Good Design Award® of the Year is the highest design honour bestowed in the Awards and represents ground breaking design at an international level. The recipient must surpass all design evaluation criteria and in the judge’s opinion, showcase absolute excellence in design at every level. There is only one recipient of the Good Design Award® of the Year each year*.

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THE GOOD DESIGN TICK

The Good Design® trademarks – more commonly known as the Good Design Ticks, are among the most respected and recognised international design endorsement symbols in the industry. They are visible indicators of good design principles and an organisation’s commitment to design excellence. These trademarks offer a means of independent endorsement, immediate differentiation in the marketplace and increased market share. Consumers can be assured that products or services carrying the Good Design Tick have been put through their paces by an independent panel of design experts.

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How good it looks

Function

How well it works

Quality

How well it is made

Safety

How safe it is to use

Innovation

How clever and unique it is

Sustainability

Environmental impact

*If in the event that the Jury is unable to select a single winner, there may be up to two joint winners.

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CELEBRATING SIX DECADES OF PROMOTING EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN

In 1958, a small group of design and industry professionals established the Industrial Design Council of Australia (IDCA), funded by the Australian Government. The IDCA was created as an independent body dedicated to promoting Australian design and explaining the value of design to business, industry and consumers. 60 years on and now known as Good Design Australia, we proudly continue this important pursuit through the Australian Good Design Awards and other design promotion initiatives. We invite you to share this significant milestone as we celebrate six decades of promoting excellence design in 2018. Join us as we embark on a year of designreflections, design-celebrations and design-futures. 16


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GOOD DESIGN AWARD OF THE YEAR The Good Design AwardŽ of the Year is the highest design honour bestowed in the Good Design Awards and is granted to an overall winning product, service or project that represents ground breaking design at an international level. The recipient/s must surpass all design evaluation criteria and in the judge’s opinion, showcase absolute excellence in design at every level.

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Deepsea Challenger Deepsea Challenger is a single occupant research submersible engineered and built in Australia and commissioned by Hollywood Director, James Cameron. The 12 ton sub is designed to access the darkest corners of the ocean where depths exceed 11 kilometers straight down, deeper than Mount Everest is high.

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PAST WINNERS INCLUDE

Blackmagic Cinema Camera

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Cochlear Nucleus Hearing Implant

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Solar Sailor Ferry

The Blackmagic Cinema Camera is a cinema quality digital video camera designed for production of feature films, documentaries and episodic television. Costing less than $3,000, it provides Hollywood quality filmmaking capabilities at a fraction of the cost of existing cinema cameras, which cost upward of $15,000.

2002 SL50 Random Access Slide Loader 2003 Betachek G5 Blood Glucose Test System 2004 Ford Territory RWD/AWD 2005 FCS H-2 Advanced Surfboard Fin 2006 ResMed S8 Series Humidifier 2007 Gator High Powered LED Bike Light 2008 Flaik Personal Tracking Device for Skiers 2009 Qantas A380 Economy Seat 2010

M8 Intensive Care Bed

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Kompan ICON Playground

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Caroma Marc Newson Bathroom Collection A unique design collaboration between Australia’s foremost industrial designer and Australia’s market leader in bathrooms. The design brief required a new approach in the design of a complete Caroma bathroom collection consisting of 22-pieces.

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Flow Hive Flow Hive is a revolutionary invention that allows bee keepers to harvest honey without disturbing the bees. As the hive is not opened during harvesting, the bees experience little disturbance or stress and the partly formed honeycomb cells are designed to ensure that no bees can be harmed or trapped.

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2017 This year, after hours of deliberation the Good Design Awards Jury chose not to select a single project and for only the second time in the history of these awards the Good Design Award of the Year was awarded to two exemplary projects.

Tesla Model S The Tesla Model S is engineered to deliver unprecedented range and a thrilling drive experience and is the fastest four-door vehicle ever built. With a rigid body structure, nearly 50/50 weight distribution and a remarkably low center of gravity, Model S offers the responsiveness and agility expected from the world’s best sports cars.

Whilst these projects are worlds apart in their applications they are both exceptional in every element. The diversity of these two projects beautifully demonstrates the breadth of design today and the potential it has in every sector. Both of these projects co-designed solutions to complex and challenging problems. These award-winning solutions work to create lasting change within their communities and can also be scaled to create change around the world.

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2017 GOOD DESIGN AWARD OF THE YEAR

AN EXCELLENT EXAMPLE OF A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION Brisbane's new generation ferry terminals grew from the imaginations of a team passionate to find a better way to make critical transport infrastructure more flood resilient and allow travellers to better celebrate the river. The result: natural disaster resilience that allows operations to return shortly after flooding. Flood Resilient and Accessible Ferry Terminals for Brisbane

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Designed by: Aurecon with Cox Architecture

Commissioned by: Brisbane City Council

Designed in: Australia

www.aurecongroup.com


“The Award is deeply exciting evidence that innovation is not a one-discipline show and that collaboration across a diversity of experience and expertise is key to creating innovative, world-first solutions. We used teams who hadn’t usually designed ferry terminals, let alone collaborated. By doing this, we created game changing design for humanity, which begs the question: what if all infrastructure could be designed to be resilient and truly accessible?� Arne Nilsen Design Director, Aurecon

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“ Winning the Good Design Award of the Year 2017 is proof that the role of the engineer is to interrogate the impossible; to answer, “I think we can!” when others have said it’s impossible. Our work needs to go beyond function and incorporate purpose, form and the human experience at every step. The Award also represents a challenge to our industry as a whole: we believe engineering can and should be reimagined. It’s time to think possible.” John McGuire Global Chief Innovation Officer, Aurecon

Intelligent Design that can be Exported to the World This elegant flood resilient design raises the profile of the Brisbane City Council’s public transport infrastructure and can be adopted by any ferry terminal network around the world, particularly those subject to flooding. The unique design features result in a terminal that can return to operation shortly after significant flood events. The successful implementation of a worldfirst gangway that maintains level landings at different river levels opens up the possibility of other applications in any varying height access situations in the public transport industry, including aerobridges and cruise vessel access to name just two. 22


The Challenge Critical transport infrastructure in Brisbane was devastated when the river flooded in January 2011. Teaming their skills in new ways, Aurecon and Cox Architecture stretched conventional boundaries to redefine the possibilities in resilience, form and user experience.

The Solution Brisbane’s new generation ferry terminal is a world-first accessibility compliant gangway in a significant tidal context. It grew from the imaginations of a team passionate to find a better way to make critical transport infrastructure more flood resilient and allow travellers to better celebrate the river. This imagination helped create superior natural disaster resilience that allows operations to return shortly after flooding.

A Focus on Sustainability Conscious of the responsibility to design for future generations, the design uses durable materials and resilient features: such as the upstream fender, crumple zones and pier deflection structure, and of course the detaching gangway which reduces the likelihood of damage to the terminal and other river infrastructure during flood events. Once the flood is over the gangway can easily be reinstalled. The flood release system uses solely flood flow and geometric mechanisms. It is fully automatic and requires no external inputs. The terminals also use low power LED lighting supplied with green power. In addition elements from the previous terminals were repurposed wherever possible to reduce the need for additional and replacement materials. To enhance the commuters’ experience and connection to the river, a single sculpted upstream pier removes all visible piles from the river landscape and the pontoon provides largely unobstructed views of the river.

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2017 GOOD DESIGN AWARD OF THE YEAR

BEST IN CLASS DESIGN FROM EVERY ASPECT

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Game of Awesome inspires students to write by stealth. Gameplay is truly fun, with content pitched perfectly to the kids' taste, thanks to our co-design practise. Stories are created using gross, random, ordinary, scary and daring idea cards as prompts. Illustrations are packed with colloquial New Zealand humour and make it uniquely “awesome�. Game of Awesome Designed by: Dave Turnbull Robert Whitaker Aaron McKirdy Gavin Mouldey Morgan Davie

Commissioned by: New Zealand Ministry of Education Designed in: New Zealand awesome.tki.org.nz

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The Challenge

Old School

Research showed that a significant minority of New Zealand 8–12 year old students fell behind in writing and once behind, they rarely caught up. The challenge was to design an innovative resource for use in schools that would inspire students to write creative stories — whilst increasing their literacy levels.

In a context where digital interfaces are dominating the conversation and certainly holding the attention of students, the design of compelling physical resources is becoming more of a rarity. Game of Awesome intentionally stands out, as a disruptive take on an old format — card play.

The Solution Chrometoaster worked with teachers, students and a whole bunch of stakeholders to create The Game of Awesome. Game of Awesome inspires students to write by stealth. Gameplay is truly fun, with content pitched perfectly to the kids' taste, thanks to their co-design practice. Stories are created using gross, random, ordinary, scary, and daring idea cards as prompts and illustrations are packed with colloquial NZ humour, make it uniquely “awesome”.

The brash new take on an old idea makes the resource both curious and compelling to young learners. And thanks to well-trod gameplay mechanics, the game quickly delivers serious learning outcomes ‘by stealth’— as it doesn’t seem like conventional schoolwork.

The Social Context For many kids literacy can be a challenge that has a major impact on their learning. And when it comes to writing, research clearly shows boys in particular can struggle and are increasingly likely to express themselves less and less. Driven by research, Game of Awesome is designed to help arrest this decline through inventive, literacy-based gameplay. It kickstarts creativity in a way few other resources have been able to. The game aims to inspire imagination; lift literacy and foster a love for writing. It acts not only as a ‘safety net’ for struggling learners, but challenges more accomplished students; it is a tool for 'getting started', which is widely considered the hardest obstacle to overcome. And… it’s fun!

“ Not only is this a beautifully designed object from a product design perspective, it is helping educate our younger generation in a very unique and innovate way.” Good Design Awards Jury

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“ What an incredible honour! The calibre of the competition this year was exceptionally high. It’s both humbling and mind-blowing that an educational card game, designed with the help of Kiwi kids, can excel at this international level. As design practice increases its focus on consequences, in contrast to artefacts, we're proud that our co-design approach stood the Game of Awesome apart as an example of next-level public good design.” Dave Turnbull, Founder, Experience Director, Chrometoaster

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GOOD DESIGN AWARD FOR SUSTAINABILITY The Good Design Award for Sustainability is awarded to an entry that represents the highest level of excellence in sustainable design practices and that in the judge’s opinion will have a positive impact in promoting excellence in sustainable design. This year’s winner exemplifies excellence in sustainable design practice in its broadest sense. It is evident that the reduce-reuserecycle ethos has been at the core of every decision throughout this project, both at a macro and micro level. The heritage of the site has been sensitively and thoughtfully reimagined, to create an area, which not only looks to the future but also works to engage the community that occupies it today. Tonsley Innovation District Urban Design and Public Spaces Designed by: Oxigen, KBR, WSP, Woods Bagot, Tridente RLB, Electrolight, City of Marion

Commissioned by: Renewal SA Government of South Australia www.tonsley.com.au

Designed in: Australia SUSTAINABILTY

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2017 GOOD DESIGN AWARD FOR SUSTAINABILITY

A set of robust urban design protocols provided guidance to the implementation of projects over a number of years, rather than a fixed design program or traditional master plan. The influence of a coordinated, sustainable public realm is now being realised. Australia's first innovation district, supports green infrastructure and its importance for future planning.

A NEW TYPE OF ADAPTABLE The Challenge The Government set a clear brief – the 61Ha former Mitsubishi manufacturing park was to become a sustainable centre for innovation and productivity, offering a collaborative environment that supports high-value industry and contributes to the state’s economic success.

The Solution Tonsley Innovation District is Australia’s first innovation district that employs green infrastructure and supports it’s importance for future planning. The realised public realm makes a significant contribution in defining Tonsley as a known, distinctive and exemplar place and it’s unique characteristics demonstrate how integrating strategic thinking and design as early as possible in the planning phase of a project can lead to exemplary design outcomes. Tonsley has been awarded Australia’s first 6-Star ‘World Leading’ Green Star Communities Certification, recognising the project’s commitment to sustainable outcomes in a mixed-use development. This design approach supports an economic climate of the state for years to come by creating increased employment opportunities and affordable living.

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SPACE The Social Context The urban design strategy was conceived not as a fixed master plan, but as a “development palette” to establish a robust framework and pathway that directed future planning, architecture and public realm design. The project vision was embedded within the strategy - low carbon and climate resilient infrastructure, technology and systems that demonstrate innovation in public space, governance, delivery models and partnering. The projects developed to date include the Main Assembly Building forests, lighting, floor and foyer carpets, the Tonsley streets, external plazas and spaces, retaining walls, town square, wayfinding, public art and bespoke furniture - all reflect this urban design agenda and so realise a project of consistency, high quality detailing, site relevance and environmental responsibility.

Addressing Contemporary, Social and Cultural Issues and Site History The values built into the design reference the rich and significant layers of cultural and social heritage of the site whilst promoting innovation that surpasses best practice. The design retains the site’s pre-European, agricultural and manufacturing heritage whilst expressing a new future as an innovation district of Australia. The design team’s approach was to build on the existing layers of site heritage and retain the Main Assembly Building. Raw concrete materials, including corten steel, timber and concrete, were used consistently to reflect the existing concrete floor and open steel truss roof structure and items from the old manufacturing plant were retained, including repurposed steel from the existing trusses that were used to create way finding totems. ‘Cut out’ sections of the roof allow for a series of internal forests to be inserted into the existing industrial structure, allowing the landscape to emerge from the framework. The open section exposes Adelaide’s incredible blue skies and helps to ‘breathe’ the MAB. Tonsley has been designed in a way to support an economic climate for years to come. As such the State Government has been willing to invest more in quality infrastructure, products and solutions to achieve whole-of-life costing with an increased long term benefit.

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INDUSTRY AWARDS

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Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences (MAAS) Award

BES Rehab EXOFLEX Hand Therapy and Assessment Device Designed by:

Design + Industry

Commissioned by: BES Rehab Ltd Designed in:

Australia

The Exoflex is a portable device worn on the hand that works to bring movement to paralysed and recovering hands. This device can manipulate and mobilize hand joints in a controlled and safe manner for exercise, rehabilitation and eventually function. Exoflex can also be used for assessment of hand health.

About the Award Since 1992 the Powerhouse Museum, part of the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS), has recognised excellence in Australian design with its own Design Award as part of the annual Australian Good Design Awards. The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences Award is chosen from the annual Good Design Awards winners and the criteria includes good design, innovation and the significance of a design to Australia’s culture.

“A significant development in hand therapy devices. The BES Rehab EXOFLEX will help return better hand function to many people affected by reduced hand mobility.” Good Design Awards Jury

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Industry Awards


202020 Green Design Award

Hassett Park Designed by:

About the Award The 202020 Green Design Award is a stand-alone award within the annual Good Design Awards to recognise excellence in green urban and space design. The Award was established by Good Design Australia and the 202020 Vision to help raise awareness and to promote excellence in green design. The Award recognises and celebrates the important role of green and living infrastructure design to our built environment and to our overall health and wellbeing.

“Hassett Park sets a new benchmark for public domain design on the urban fringe of the city and is an excellent example of urban and public space design. Jury commends the ACT Government for this design-led project.�

Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture, Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Design, Cardno

Commissioned by: Land Development Agency ACT Designed in:

Australia

Hassett Park is a new urban park in the public domain framework for Campbell 5, part of an upscale and redevelopment along Constitution Avenue of key inner city sites. The park sets a new benchmark for public domain design on the urban fringe of Canberra.

Good Design Awards Jury Industry Awards

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Safe Work Australia Award for Good Design

Melbourne LRV E-Class Design Enhancement Designed by:

Bombardier Industrial Design Team

Commissioned by: Public Transport Victoria (PTV) Designed in:

Australia

www.bombardier.com/Australia The E2-class design enhancement marks the next generation of E-class trams and an evolution of the trademark E-class design DNA. The design has enhanced the overall vehicle quality by utilising the latest in virtual reality technology from Swinburne University to optimise driver sightlines and enhance driver and passenger safety.

About the Award The Safe Work Australia Award for Good Design is a joint initiative between Safe Work Australia and Good Design Australia and was developed to raise awareness of the role of good design to support work health and safety. The Award was established on the premise that good design is the most effective and tangible means of creating a healthy and safe working environment. The Award is selected from winners in the annual Good Design Awards and celebrates the importance of good design in improving work health and safety practices.

“Improved safety and visibility a significant improvement over the previous E-Class. The design enhancement has resulted in a better, safer and more aesthetically pleasing tram.� Good Design Awards Jury

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Design Institute of Australia Award

Blackmagic Design Team

About the Award The annual Design Institute of Australia Award recognises an Australian professional designer, design team or design company who has made a significant impact in the Australian Good Design Awards over the year. This Award has been established in conjunction with Good Design Australia and the Design Institute of Australia to recognise the professional design contribution made to products and services submitted to the annual Good Design Awards program.

“Blackmagic Design have transformed the global video production industry and we could not be happier to recognise them for their significant achievements over the last decade.”

Blackmagic Design is a leading global manufacturer of cinematic quality digital video cameras and video production technology. Their award winning products have been used on many acclaimed Hollywood blockbusters including Moonlight, Hacksaw Ridge, The Martian, Mad Max: Fury Road and Avatar. Blackmagic’s driving philosophy is to foster true creativity by making the highest quality video affordable for everyone. Blackmagic’s Design Team led by Simon Kidd has combined this philosophy with user-centred design and highly innovative engineering to deliver a string of award winning products that have transformed the global video production industry over the last decade. One of Australia’s most celebrated and respected design teams, they have received significant global recognition receiving more than 65 international design awards. Their works feature in museum collections all over the world.

Good Design Awards Jury Industry Awards

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Sofia 2

Designed by:

Planet Innovation Pty Ltd

Commissioned by: Quidel Corporation Designed in:

Australia

www.planetinnovation.com.au Sofia 2 is a compact bench top analyzer that uses advanced fluorescence detection to rapidly test for diseases such as Influenza, Streptococcus and Respiratory Viruses. The easy-to-use interface and step-by-step on-screen guidance takes diagnostic testing out of the lab and into the hands of Point-of-Care professionals.

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PATRON'S PRIZE 2017

CSIRO Design Innovation Award

Patron's Prize for Australian Design

The CSIRO Design Innovation Award is a new Award established to recognise and celebrate the important role of design-led innovation in harnessing the challenges of science and technology to create better products and services that make a positive impact on our lives. CSIRO representatives evaluate submissions to the Good Design Awards and select the Award winner based on specific evaluation criteria.

The Patron’s Prize for Australian Design recognises and celebrates the best Australian designed project in the annual Good Design Awards and is awarded to entries that have the potential to shape the future economic, social cultural and environmental aspects of our world.

“Sofia 2 is a highly resolved piece of design and technology. The user interface is simple and very intuitive to use considering the high degree of complexity contained in the unit. The design language is appropriate for the environment of use and material selection and manufacturability are all high quality for a medical product of this nature. This is a great example of design excellence in this space and deserves to be recognised.� Good Design Awards Jury

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BEST OVERALL 2017 GOOD DESIGN AWARDS

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Best Overall - Architectural Design

Tonsley Innovation District Urban Design and Public Spaces Designed by:

Oxigen, KBR, WSP, Woods Bagot, Tridente RLB, Electrolight, City of Marion Commissioned by: Renewal SA Government of South Australia Designed in:

Australia

www.tonsley.com.au A set of robust urban design protocols provided guidance to the implementation of projects over a number of years, rather than a fixed design program or traditional master plan. The influence of a coordinated, sustainable public realm is now being realised.Australia's first innovation district,supports green infrastructure and its importance for future planning.

“ The Jury commends the design's overall innovation in deliberate removal of delineations between the 'hard' architecture and 'soft' landscape. The quality of the internal spaces is generously civic and sets the benchmark for a new type of adaptable space and sustainable design.� Good Design Awards Jury

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Best Overall - Digital Design

Magna Carta - The Story of Our Freedom Designed by: Deloitte Consulting Pty Ltd Commissioned by: Australian Human Rights Commission Designed in:

Australia

www2.deloitte.com An educational resource for the national curriculum to explain the origins of democracy and rights which we take for granted. After studying the entire syllabus we decided to make an interactive scrolling timeline connecting events 800 years apart and a video to explain their significance.

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“ Highly engaging and creative treatment of a challenging subject matter. This is a beautifully executed design that is as fresh as it is charming. The content, layout and overall design direction is deserving of recognition at the highest level.� Good Design Awards Jury


Best Overall - Social Innovation

VoteLocal: Helping Kiwis Take Part in the Future of Their Cities Designed by:

The Design+Democracy Project, Massey University

Commissioned by: College of Creative Arts, Massey University Designed in:

New Zealand

www.votelocal.nz VoteLocal is a groundbreaking game-like questionnaire that guides people towards the mayoral candidate whose policies and ideals best match theirs. It provides information about candidates and what they stand for, informs users about what councils do and debunks the assumption they aren't relevant. VoteLocal fosters more genuinely representative politics.

“ An incredibly innovative approach with a strong value proposition that tackles a very relevant and pressing issue. This is a ground breaking initiative that has the ability to be scaled up and foster better outcomes for representative politics at a time when our world needs it most.� Good Design Awards Jury

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Best in Category - Product Design Automotive and Transport

Cat® GRADE with Assist Designed by:

Caterpillar Inc.

Commissioned by: Caterpillar Inc. Designed in:

USA

www.cat.com Cat® GRADE with Assist is a revolution in machine control as it brings grading speed and accuracy to a new standard by automating boom and bucket movements typically achieved by the operator. This semi-autonomous system significantly reduces manual inputs, errors, and fatigue improving grading consistency for operators at all levels.

“ Innovation with the "why hasn’t someone done this before" factor. This represents a real game changer for the industry with significant improvements in efficiency, productivity, OH&S, training and more. A simple solution to a very complex task, the Cat Grade with Assist is a great idea implemented exceptionally well.” Good Design Awards Jury

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Best in Category - Product Design Automotive and Transport

Tesla Model X Designed by:

Franz von Holzhausen

Commissioned by: Tesla Designed in:

USA

www.tesla.com Model X is the safest, fastest and most capable sport utility vehicle in history. With all-wheel drive and a 100 kWh battery providing 565 kilometers of range, Model X has ample seating for seven adults and their gear. Accelerating from zero to 100 km/h in as quick as 3.1 seconds.

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“ The Model X has the wow factor in spades. This is a highly innovative car that pushes every design and engineering benchmark to the max. The Model X makes a statement - a massive statement that will force other car makers to step it up. Tesla has once again changed the game for EVs - hats off. � Good Design Awards Jury


Best in Category - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

Junglefy Breathing Wall Designed by:

Jock Gammon

Commissioned by: Junglefy Designed in:

Australia

www.junglefy.com.au The Junglefy Breathing Wall is an active, modular green-wall system, scientifically proven to accelerate the removal of air pollutants, such as carbon dioxide, particulate matter and volatile organic compounds. More than just another green-wall - it's an innovative system combining technology with nature resulting in a safer and more productive indoor-environment.

“ The Jury were blown away by the modularity and versatility of the wall and its components. This is a beautiful example where nature, technology and elegant interior architecture all seamlessly blend into each other. More like this please.� Good Design Awards Jury

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Best in Category - Product Design Consumer Electronics

Blackmagic DaVinci Micro Panel Designed by:

Blackmagic Industrial Design Team

Commissioned by: Blackmagic Design Designed in:

Australia

www.blackmagicdesign.com The DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel is the world's smallest and most affordable cinematic quality colour control panel for the manipulation of light and colour in motion picture footage. Costing $995 it is designed specifically for feature films, television and music videos, offering unprecedented immediacy, superior ergonomics and creative flexibility on location.

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“ An elegance in the form design makes this product appear to 'float' on the desk. Every button has been purposely designed with the end user in mind. Apart from the incredible technology offering, this is another fine example of design-driven innovation.� Good Design Awards Jury


Best in Category - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Breville BSM600 the Smoking Gun™ Designed by:

Breville Global Design Team

Commissioned by: Breville Group Designed in:

Australia

www.brevillesmokinggun.com How do you infuse natural smokey flavours when you're cooking with gas or electric? The Breville Smoking Gun provides a convenient method for the home chef to enhance meals and cocktails, making accessible a whole new range of taste and flavour profiles with a process that is quick and easy.

“ What a brilliant little product that is a pure joy to use. The Jury commends the Breville Design Team for bringing something new to this market and executing it so well. The use of batteries was an excellent choice for weight and ease of use. The fit, finish and use of materials is spot on.” Good Design Awards Jury

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Best in Category - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Everdure by Heston Blumenthal Charcoal Barbeque Range Designed by:

Design + Industry

Commissioned by: Shriro Australia Designed in:

Australia

www.everdurebyheston.com The Everdure by Heston Blumenthal range features three charcoal barbeques designed to suit any occasion. CUBE is a compact portable barbeque, HUB and FUSION (Everdure's larger charcoal units) feature patented Rotiscope Technology, allowing you to quickly set up a commercial-quality rotisserie at 3 different heights, all powered by a discrete motor.

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“ Flawless design. Every detail of this product has been meticulously designed with the end user in mind. The unique aesthetic will set this range apart from anything else on the market. The Jury applauds the clever solution devised for the rotisserie feature.� Good Design Awards Jury


Best in Category - Product Design Furniture and Lighting

Eccentric by Rogerseller Designed by:

Nick Johnston

Commissioned by: Rogerseller Designed in:

Australia

www.rogerseller.com.au Eccentric is a remote tap mixer that pays homage to the individualism, wonder and curiosity found in many great scientists, explorers and inventors, and their rebellion against convention. When engaged, the taps reveal an unexpected back-plate featuring cold and hot indicators, thanks to its axis being uniquely positioned off-centre. Once the tap is returned to its closed position, the unconventional back-plate is hidden once again.

“ Brilliant design in every regard. This is a beautifully crafted product that surprises and delights. It is clear that the designers were very passionate about creating a truly unique offering in what is a very crowed market. The Jury applauds this design at the highest levels. Well done.� Good Design Awards Jury

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Best in Category - Product Design Hardware and Building

HUB.NODE Multi-Function Technology Node for Smart Cities Designed by:

HUB Australasia Pty Ltd

Commissioned by: HUB In-House Design Initiative Designed in:

Australia

www.hub-group.com A replacement for traditional street lights and when deployed in cities, results in a high density of small cell and Wi-Fi locations, ensuring the best coverage and capacity for any telecommunications network. It invisibly accommodates all 4G, 5G and Wi-Fi equipment and has integrated environmental sensors to measure and track humidity and pollution levels that can be transmitted in real time, allowing the data to be shared with the public.

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“ This is a solid design solution for a very complex project that encompasses a wide range of technologies and functions. The end result is a best in class design that will have a lasting positive impact on our public domain. The HUB.NODE is stunning example of pure design excellence that is unobtrusive and honest in its design approach. This is a brilliant product that deserves recognition at the highest level.� Good Design Awards Jury


Best in Category - Product Design Medical and Scientific

AirMini™ Sleep Therapy Device Designed by:

ResMed Ltd

Commissioned by: ResMed Ltd Designed in:

Australia

www.resmed.com A revolution in portable CPAP therapy - AirMini™ is a portable CPAP that delivers the quality of therapy people have grown to trust from ResMed over the last 25 years. With advanced algorithms and technologies like HumidX™ waterless humidification, AirMini is designed to deliver convenient, portable comfort and outstanding CPAP performance.

“ Another game changing product from ResMed. The AirMini embodies everything that the Good Design Awards stand for and is an excellent example of a design-led product. This product needs to be recognised at the highest level.” Good Design Awards Jury

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Best in Category - Product Design Medical and Scientific

Counterflow Centrifuge Device (CFC) Designed by:

Invetech

Commissioned by: PCT Designed in:

Australia

www.invetech.com.au A breakthrough platform technology enabling researchers in the emerging Cell Therapy industry to more effectively develop new therapies for the treatment of cancers and a variety of other illnesses. It has been developed to be effective in both research and commercial scale production. The rapidly growing cell therapy industry offers potential for huge breakthroughs in the treatment.

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Best in Category

“ The combination of a centrifuge and counterflow represents a significant breakthrough that will greatly enhance the ability of the cell therapy industry in developing new therapies for the treatment of cancers and other illnesses. This is a very comprehensive design project that has been incredibly well resolved in every regard and deserves to be recognised at the highest level.� Good Design Awards Jury


Best in Category - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

KOMPAN Cross Systems Designed by:

KOMPAN Sport and Fitness Institute

Commissioned by: KOMPAN A/S Designed in:

Denmark

www.kompan.com.au Designed as an open and inviting structure equipped with innovative fitness equipment ranging from suspension trainers and pull up bars to free weights and parallel bars. The six different standard frames can stand alone or be placed as joined structures, ideal for group training. The surfacing design is an integrated part of the overall concept, and an important contributor to the content for exercise and fitness.

“ Design excellence at its very best. KOMPAN sets the standard for good design in this category and the KOMPAN Cross System takes this to a whole new level. Every aspect of this product has been exceptionally well designed. The end result is another game changer from this design-driven company. Can we have one of these installed in every park in every town across Australia please?� Good Design Awards Jury

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Best in Category - Architectural Design Commercial and Residential Architecture

Sargood On Collaroy Designed by:

WMK Architecture

Commissioned by: The Sargood Foundation Designed in:

Australia

www.wmkarchitecture.com Good design can make a real difference and heal the body and mind. The Centre is a game-changer providing resortstyle healthcare for those adapting to life after a spinal injury. Sargood sets a new benchmark for helping guests to manage their life, deal with scars and reconnect into the community.

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“ This project presents a potentially exemplar innovation in aiding recovery by taking advantage of the healing qualities of the natural landscape. The interior provides a comfortable domestic atmosphere rather than an institutional one. It also shows a holistic sensitivity to its purpose and its place in the surrounding urban space.� Good Design Awards Jury


Best in Category - Architectural Design Interior Design

TVNZ Television Network Centre Refurbishment Designed by:

Warren and Mahoney Architects

Commissioned by: Television New Zealand Limited Designed in:

New Zealand

www.warrenandmahoney.com Working sensitively with the fabric of the original building, all concrete floors, columns, majority of the services and structural components are the original building substrate revealed. New stairs, bridges and openings were created to use sections of the building previously inaccessible and encourage movement and agile working across floor plates.

“ An excellent reuse of materials and enhancement of the existing building. The interior design is robustly updated with clever use of voids that reflects the changing nature of the media industry.� Good Design Awards Jury

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Best in Category - Architectural Design Urban Design and Public Spaces

Hassett Park Designed by: Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture, Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Design, Cardno Commissioned by: Land Development Agency ACT Designed in:

Australia

Hassett Park is a new urban park in the public domain framework for Campbell 5, part of an upscale and redevelopment along Constitution Avenue of key inner city sites. The park sets a new benchmark for public domain design on the urban fringe of Canberra.

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“ Hassett Park sets a new benchmark for public domain design on the urban fringe of the city and is an excellent example of urban and public space design. Jury commends the ACT Government for this design-led project.� Good Design Awards Jury


Best in Category - Communication Design Advertising

The 2 Litre Towel Designed by:

M&C Saatchi Melbourne

Commissioned by: Australian Weaving Designed in:

Australia

www.the2litretowel.com.au Australian Weaving didn't have a budget for advertising so we changed their packaging to make shoppers understand and appreciate the quality of a well-made towel. We tested the absorbency of our towels and discovered they could soak up almost twice as much water compared to cheap, imported towels. An incredible 2 litres of water.

“ A clever design and design thinking approach to a campaign and commercial problem. A very well executed design that will most certainly have a positive commercial return on the design investment. This project is worthy of recognition at the highest level.� Good Design Awards Jury

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Best in Category - Communication Design Branding and Identity

LOLO Designed by:

Dongdao Creative Branding Group

Commissioned by: Yunnan Municipal Government Designed in:

China

LOLO is the name for a famous minority enthnic group in China. It shares tremendous history and profound culture. In 2016, on the UNESCO Beijing Summit, Dongdao designed the enthnic identity and exhibited this brand to the world.

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“ This project represents good cultural relevance through commercial desirability. A well thought out project that deserves to be recognised.� Good Design Awards Jury


Best in Category - Communication Design Packaging

Only Good Designed by:

Milk NZ Ltd

Commissioned by: API Consumer Brands Designed in:

New Zealand

www.onlygood.co.nz The whole premise of the Only Good brand is built on delivering a high-end department store aesthetic, with a clear conscience and affordable price point. The skincare range is designed to be highly desirable and make the household shopper feel good about their purchase.

“ Nice way to bring premium cues into the supermarket. This is a very strong submission and deserves to be recognised and celebrated at the highest level. The designers have done a sterling job and should be very proud of this work.� Good Design Awards Jury

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Best in Category - Digital Design App Design

VEC Voters Voice Designed by:

Conduct

Commissioned by: Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) Designed in:

Australia

Our native iPad app features a Communication Board that can be set up ahead of voting, the Victorian Electoral Commission's (VEC) Easy English Guides and Auslan footage for hearingimpaired voters. It follows mobile WCAG 2.0 AAA compliance. Cost savings for the VEC are estimated to be around $1M.

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“ This project solves an important, practical problem and should have been done years ago! The App is thoughtfully designed and fit for purpose. The Jury commends the commercial impact of this project with an estimated $1M in costs savings. Brilliant.� Good Design Awards Jury


Best in Category - Digital Design Interface Design

URSA Mini OS Designed by:

UI/UX Team at Blackmagic Design

Commissioned by: Blackmagic Design Designed in:

Australia

www.blackmagicdesign.com The URSA Mini OS is a firmware upgrade for the URSA Mini camera that pushes the boundaries of usability and innovation in the TV and Film industry. Carefully considered functionality and visual design combine to provide something unique in that space: A clear, fluent and enjoyable user experience.

“ The wow factor is off the charts. This is a really impressive interface that is an absolute pleasure to use. The Jury commends the Blackmagic Design Team on delivering an extremely responsive and intuitive interface. The value of good design is evident on every pixel - just brilliant.� Good Design Awards Jury

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Automotive and Transport

Good Design Award® - Product Design Automotive and Transport

Air OPUS® Designed by: Malcolm Hill, Ben Liu, Jason Dodd, Jonathan Harrison, Mark Kidson, Ben Hawkins

Commissioned by: Purple Line Pty Ltd Jonathan Harrison, Mark Kidson, Ben Hawkins

Designed in: Australia and United Kingdom

www.opuscamper.com.au

Air OPUS® is the world’s first self-inflating camper trailer. It can be set up in less than three minutes at the press of a button, while other campers can take more than half an hour. It is the first camper trailer to use air beam tent technology and uses a built-in electric air pump to inflate the beams of the curved canvas roof. Air OPUS® is the latest in the OPUS® line, which has a –tough luxury” theme that combines luxurious OPUS® fit-out with tough off-road running gear.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Automotive and Transport

Can-Am Defender MAX

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Designed by: Can-Am Design Team (BRP Design and Innovation)

Commissioned by: BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products)

Designed in: Canada

www.brp.ca

Awards

With two rows of smart Versa-Pro benches allowing 6 full-size adults to ride in comfort, the Defender MAX is designed for efficiency and ease of use. With its wide range of innovative LinQ accessories, it satisfies the customer’s many uses, making it the true class-leading multi-passenger workhorse.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Automotive and Transport

Can-Am Maverick X3 Designed by: Can-Am Design Team (BRP Design and Innovation)

Commissioned by: BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products)

Designed in: Canada

The Maverick X3 delivers a definite, powerful and precise jaw-dropping package with its 154 hp Rotax 3-cylinder engine, industry-leading 24” (61 cm) of terrain-swallowing suspension travel and a super low centre of gravity. The next generation of high performance side-by-side vehicles.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Automotive and Transport

Evinrude E-TEC G2 200-150 hp Designed by: BRP inc. (Bombardier Recreational Products)

Commissioned by: BRP inc. (Bombardier Recreational Products)

Designed in: Canada

www.evinrude.com

With the E-TEC combustion technology, the Evinrude G2 150200HP range of outboard engines delivers the industry’s lowest reportable total emissions. All done with a clean rigging concept for a safer deck environment and a coloured panel system that allows the user to match the colour accent of their boat.

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Good Design Award® - Product Design Automotive and Transport

Kenworth T610 Aero and SAR Models Designed by: PACCAR Australia Trading as Kenworth Trucks

Commissioned by: PACCAR Australia Trading as Kenworth Trucks

Designed in: Australia

www.kenworth.com.au

Available in Aero or SAR, the T610 represents the largest investment in product development the company has made in Australia. From idea to reality, designed from the inside out, this significant investment in new technologies and design is centred round the drivers needs, specifically for the Australian road transport market.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Automotive and Transport

Next Generation i30 2017 Designed by: Hyundai Motor Europe Technical and Design Centre Designed in: Germany

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Commissioned by: Hyundai Motor Company www.hyundai.com.au

While people’s behaviours and interests increasingly change towards technology-driven solutions, individuality and flexibility, Hyundai Motor continues to redefine its offer and takes the next step with its customers. The next generation i30 offers the highest value, an efficient and dynamic powertrain line-up, and state-of-theart safety and connectivity to meet global customers’ needs.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Automotive and Transport

Next-Gen Mazda CX-5 Designed by: Mazda Design Team

Commissioned by: Mazda Corporation

Designed in: Japan

www.mazda.com.au

The Mazda CX-5 made its Australian debut in February 2012 and was the first Mazda to feature the new ‘KODO - Soul of Motion’ design language and SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY. NextGen Mazda CX-5 has a choice of five grades, including the new Touring spec, with three engine and two transmission types.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Automotive and Transport

SEA-DOO SPARK TRIXX Designed by: SEA-DOO Design Team (BRP Design and Innovation)

Commissioned by: BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products)

Designed in: Canada

www.sea-doo.ca

The TRIXX package is based on the most compact and manoeuvrable watercraft on the market and adds features not found on any other production watercraft to deliver unmatched playfulness. The new SPARK TRIXX takes fun to another level with innovations that turn any rider into a local freestyle hero.

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Good Design Award® - Product Design Automotive and Transport

The All-New Audi A5 and S5 Coupe Designed by: AUDI AG

Commissioned by: AUDI AG

Designed in: Ingolstadt, Germany

The all-new second generation Audi A5 and S5 Coupe builds on the original’s stunning silhouette and steps forward into a bold new direction. Its predecessor was described by legendary Audi designer Walter de Silva, as the ‘the most beautiful car I’ve ever designed’. Emboldened by dramatic lines and taut surfaces, the all-new second-generation A5 Coupe has an athletic and sculpted appearance, while maintaining the classic sports coupe proportions.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Automotive and Transport

The All-New Audi Q2 Designed by: AUDI AG

Commissioned by: AUDI AG

Designed in: Ingolstadt, Germany

www.audiq2.com.au

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The highly anticipated all-new Audi Q2 exceeds customer expectations of how an Audi should look. This premium compact SUV is striking, with its progressive polygonal design language that also evolves the iconic Singleframe grille, as well as a suite of cutting-edge infotainment and connectivity technologies. The all-new Q2 opens up the Audi brand to a new range of young and young-at-heart buyers, offering easy entry and excellent visibility, but also a sporty seating position for the driver and front passenger.


Commercial and Industrial

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

Blackmagic Broadcast Suite Designed by: Blackmagic Industrial Design Team

Commissioned by: Blackmagic Design www.blackmagicdesign.com

Designed in: Australia

The Blackmagic Broadcast Suite is a modular range of over 20 professional video format conversion, switching, recording and playback products designed for live news, sports and concerts. At as little as $500, it offers an affordable way to tailor custom solutions for specific workflows and the flexibility to adapt to changing needs.

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

Blackmagic DaVinci Mini Panel Designed by: Blackmagic Industrial Design Team Designed in: Australia

Commissioned by: Blackmagic Design www.blackmagicdesign.com

The DaVinci Resolve Mini Panel is a cinematic quality control panel for the manipulation of motion picture light and colour. Designed for feature films, television and music videos and costing a tenth of similar systems, it is the last word in the democratisation of professional colour control, editing, and finishing.

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Good Design Award® - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

Blackmagic Studio Viewfinder Designed by: Blackmagic Industrial Design Team

Commissioned by: Blackmagic Design www.blackmagicdesign.com

Designed in: Australia

The Blackmagic Studio Viewfinder is a high resolution 7” monitor that integrates seamlessly with Blackmagic URSA Mini to create a truly professional studio camera. Designed for live productions like concerts, news and sporting events, it provides the flexibility demanded by professionals ensuring comfortable, accurate filming over prolonged periods of time.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro Designed by: Blackmagic Industrial Design Team Designed in: Australia

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Commissioned by: Blackmagic Design www.blackmagicdesign.com

URSA Mini Pro is the world’s first all-purpose digital film camera designed specifically to address the needs of highpressure live productions such as news, documentaries and sports broadcasts. At just $5,995 it is an affordable, lightweight system pairing Hollywood image quality with the professional functionality of broadcast news cameras.


Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

CW-P15 by Seeley International Designed by: Seeley International

Commissioned by: Seeley International

Designed in: Australia

www.climatewizard.com

Climate Wizard CW-P15 allows users to vary temperature whilst maintaining constant air flow. The revolutionary indirect evaporative air conditioner uses a hyper-efficient counter-flow heat exchanger to produce 100% fresh, cool, outside air, with no added moisture. The new horizontal exhaust offers a lower profile and blends with a range of installation options. It uses 80% less energy for cooling than systems performing the same duty, while delivering more air in low pressure duct systems.

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

DS3600 Series Rugged Scanner Designed by: Ed Hackett Mike Kaminsky Ian Jenkins Thinkable Design

Commissioned by: Zebra Technologies Designed in: United States www.zebra.com/gb

The DS3600 Rugged scanners have been designed with harsh environments in mind. Vivid colors allow it to be found easily in poorly lit environments and durable components protect the device from constant wear and tear. We added a user interface at the top of the device promoting important notifications to users.

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Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

Equal Access Barbecue Bench and Cabinet Designed by: COSMOS SOLAR PTY LTD

Commissioned by: GREENPLATE PTY LTD

Designed in: Brisbane, Australia

www.greenplate.com.au

Greenplate believe they have produced the most accessible BBQ Bench as well as utilizing blue/ white LED lighting on the switch and extra-large font on the instructions for visually impaired. The BBQ Bench/Cabinet was designed to the Access and Mobility standards and certified by Access Solutions National.

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

Hexcyl Pro Series Range of Shellfish Baskets Designed by: Ian Pendergrast - Innovact Consulting Garry Seidl - Hexcyl Systems

Commissioned by: Hexcyl Systems Designed in: Australia www.hexcylsystems.com.au

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The Hexcyl Pro Series range of shellfish baskets are designed to maximize the efficiencies inherent in the adjustable longline oyster farming system and have been purpose built to withstand the relentless effects of constant exposure to the harsh marine environment.


Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

JURA WE8 Automatic Coffee Machine Designed by: JURA Elektroapparate AG Designed in: Switzerland

Commissioned by: JURA Australia Espresso Pty Ltd www.au.jura.com

A 3L water tank, 500g bean container and 25 portioned grounds bin make the WE8 an ideal solution for use by customers, staff and visitors where around 30 coffees are consumed daily. Innovative technologies such as the OneTouch function and integrated maintenance programmes make operation incredibly simple even for inexperienced users.

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

Legrand Plexo3 Weatherproof Electrical Enclosures Designed by: Legrand Studio Design Team Florent Glenisson

Commissioned by: Tony Berand Juan Moreno-Alamo

Designed in: France

www.legrand.com.au

Ideal for commercial and industrial applications, as well as public and high-rise buildings, Plexo3 enclosures feature a cleverly designed interior space to make fit-offs faster and easier. With an IP65 protection rating, they are an excellent choice for damp locations.

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Good Design Award® - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

N-Connex Designed by: Katapult Design Pty Ltd NLT Global Digital Solutions

Commissioned by: NLT Australia Pty Ltd www.nltinc.com

Designed in: Australia

N-Connex is a pre-packaged IP67 rated industrial standard IT communications and control solution designed specifically for use in unforgiving environments. It’s modular, ‘plug & play’ system is rack mounted in the field for rapid deployment and easy maintenance by non-trades people.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

RYOBI 18V One Plus Brushless Impact Driver Designed by: Simone Chung Ming Kai Popeye Wong Sing Yau Designed in: Hong Kong

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Commissioned by: TECHTRONIC DESIGN www.ttigroup.com

This product is ideal for a wide range of DIY jobs, letting you take on anything that requires a strong twisting force. You’ll never have to think twice about hurting your hands despite the high torque involved, this impact driver is easy to hold and provides exceptional comfort for users.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

Solar Electric BBQ Designed by: Cosmos Solar Pty Ltd

Commissioned by: Greenplate Pty Ltd

Designed in: Brisbane, Australia

www.greenplate.com.au

The challenge for Greenplate® was to produce an Electric BBQ that functions the same way as an Electric BBQ on mains power, using only solar energy. The design concept was based on the safety and longevity of a product with zero emissions. The Solar BBQ has surpassed all expectations of the design brief. Greenplate’s® Solar BBQ utilises the Greenplate 300 Cooking Appliance that is used in our Electric BBQ. The BBQ off is powered up using stored solar energy from the solar modules Greenplate® offer.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

ST7000 Small Tetra Radio Designed by: Motorola Solutions Innovation Design and Engineering Development Teams Designed in: USA

Commissioned by: Motorola Solutions www.motorolasolutions.com

The ST7000 small TETRA radio is an intuitive digital radio that delivers high quality audio and blends seamlessly with the professional user environment. It is a flexible, modern communications tool that allows users to focus on what matters most: the customer or situation - not the device.

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Good Design Award® - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

Tascent InSight One Designed by: Whipsaw Inc

Commissioned by: Tascent Inc

Designed in: USA

www.whipsaw.com

InSight One is an identity verification device that uses iris and face recognition technology. It is used in airports and border crossings where definite individual identity is needed. In seconds the device automatically captures biometric images from the user, followed by a pass or no pass symbol and identity is verified in real-time in the Cloud. In our security-challenged world this friendly design brings a more comfortable user experience at checkpoints, helps speed up queues and reduces stress while adhering to strict safety measures.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

WRN - Wireless Repeater Node Designed by: Mine Site Technologies Stuart McLean Liming Lin Designed in: Australia

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Commissioned by: Mine Site Technologies www.mstglobal.com

The WRN (Wireless Repeater Node) is Mine Site Technologies recently developed Mobile, Self-Meshing Access Point intended for the ad-hoc extension of MST’s “Impact” (Wireless & TCP/IP) Underground Network for VOIP, Video, tracking and data transport. It is devised for short to medium term deployment in the dynamic areas of mining.


Consumer Electronics

Good Design Award® - Product Design Consumer Electronics

AirBolt: The Truly Smart Travel Lock Designed by: AirBolt Pty Ltd Bayly Group Pty Ltd

Commissioned by: AirBolt Pty Ltd www.theairbolt.com

Designed in: Australia

AirBolt is a bluetooth-enabled Smart Travel Lock (the first in the world for travel), which talks to your phone to unlock. No more keys, no more combinations! It’s secure, it can help find your luggage if you lose it and you can share access with friends and family.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Consumer Electronics

Arlo Pro Designed by: Enlisted Design

Commissioned by: NETGEAR

Designed in: USA

www.arlo.com

Arlo Pro from NETGEAR is the world’s most advanced and versatile wire-free, weather-proof HD smart home security camera featuring quick-charge rechargeable batteries, two-way audio and an ultra-wide 130-degree field of view and includes advancements across all areas of wire-free camera technology including innovations in video, night vision and activity detection.

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Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Consumer Electronics

Blackmagic Video Assist 4K Designed by: Blackmagic Industrial Design Team

Commissioned by: Blackmagic Design www.blackmagicdesign.com

Designed in: Australia

Video Assist 4K is an integrated monitor and recording device designed as an essential tool in the workflows of professional film, commercial and documentary production. For $895, it is an affordable platform for recording and assessment of cinema-quality Ultra HD footage, expanding the potential of cinema cameras, DSLRs and tape-based camcorders.

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Consumer Electronics

Daydream View Designed by: Google Design Team

Commissioned by: Google

Designed in: United States

vr.google.com/daydream

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Daydream View is a headset and motion controller for experiencing high quality immersive virtual reality (VR). Simply place a Daydream-ready phone into the headset to get started. The lightweight and durable headset is made from multiple layers of soft, breathable fabric and foam to help you stay comfortable.


Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Consumer Electronics

F1 Model 812 Flexible Array Loudspeaker and F1 Subwoofer Designed by: Bose Corporation, User Centered Design Team

Commissioned by: Bose Corporation www.bose.com

Designed in: United States

This is the first powered portable loudspeaker that lets users optimize sound by creating up to four different vertical coverage patterns. Performers, bands and DJs can easily tailor the F1 Loudspeaker, providing their audiences with outstanding coverage and clarity in nearly any room.

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Consumer Electronics

Fusion Guitar Designed by: Outerspace Design Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia

Commissioned by: Fusion MusicTech Pty Ltd Outerspace Design Pty Ltd www.fusionguitars.com

Fusion is an all-in-one portable electric guitar. With a built in amp, battery and speakers, guitar players no longer have to carry bulky gear and cables. The integrated iOS dock unleashes an in-built recording studio for learning, creating, collaborating and sharing music.

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Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Consumer Electronics

Intel Compute Card Designed by: Aleks Magi David Collins Steve Berry Intel IDXO Intel Corporation

Commissioned by: Intel Corporation Designed in: USA www.intel.com

The Intel Compute Card is a micro-computer designed to bring Intel-powered compute into everyday devices, simply and efficiently. To best embody this, the Intel Compute Card illustrates a clean and dynamic design aesthetic, with usercentered ergonomics and seamless usability with its ecosystem.

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Consumer Electronics

iSee 4 Eye Massager Designed by: Shenzhen Breo Technology Co.,Ltd. Cube Design China Ltd. Paul Cohen

Commissioned by: Shenzhen Breo Technology Co.,Ltd. Designed in: China www.breo.com.cn

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The iSee4 adopts intelligent air pressure, micro-computer chip control technology, skin-friendly material and ergonomic design. By kneading, hot compressing and massaging eyes, the product can perfectly fit with various types of face and provide more comfortable care and while performing massage with this product, you can also enjoy music.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Consumer Electronics

Lifestyle 650 Home Entertainment System Designed by: Bose: Seth Green, Mark Schoolmeester, Jon Salerno, Paul Summerson, Rich Carbone, Kaitlyn Lewis

Commissioned by: Bose Corporation Designed in: United States

For your movies and music, it’s the most uncompromising 5-speaker home theater system we’ve ever made, creating our first omnidirectional speaker for true 360-degree sound and a more spacious home theater experience.

www.bose.com

Good Design Award® - Product Design Consumer Electronics

Loopd Badge Designed by: Mast Design

Commissioned by: Loopd Inc.

Designed in: United States

www.loopd.com

The Loopd Badge is a “Social Wearable Beacon” and has been designed to accommodate different user needs. It can adapt to different events as well as fit with any wardrobe choice. The core module can easily be swapped out and used in either necklace or clip mode. For the organizer, capturing meaningful data through the badge at big tradeshows and conferences helps them make events more engaging and effective. For example, the badges provide a heat-map showing the most popular areas via-real time tracking.

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Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Consumer Electronics

QuietControl 30 Wireless Headphones Designed by: Bose Corporation, User Centered Design Team

Commissioned by: Bose Corporation www.bose.com

Designed in: United States

The in-ear QuietControl 30 headphones have a precise arrangement of microphones inside and outside the earbuds to continuously measure, compare and react to noise. The system then produces an equal and opposite signal to cancel the noise. The StayHear+ QC tips also form a gentle seal for additional passive noise reduction.

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Consumer Electronics

Robo C2 and Robo R2 Compact 3D Printers Designed by: Outerspace Design Pty Ltd

Commissioned by: Robo

Designed in: Australia

www.robo3d.com

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Robo C2 and Robo R2 are smart, entry-level compact 3D printers, controlled by your mobile device. They are designed to fit anywhere in the home or workplace and are targeted towards general consumers new to 3D printing, educators, students, and DIY enthusiasts.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Consumer Electronics

SoundSport Wireless Headphones Designed by: Bose Corporation, User Centered Design Team

Commissioned by: Bose Corporation www.bose.com

Designed in: United States

These wireless sport headphones feature a built-in heart rate sensor from PerformTek® which tracks your performance with high accuracy directly from your ear and StayHear+ Pulse tips to give you the information and stability you need to take your workout to the next level.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Consumer Electronics

SoundTouch 300 & Acoustimass Bass Module Designed by: Bose: Seth Green, Mark Schoolmeester, Jon Salerno, Paul Summerson, Rich Carbone

Commissioned by: Bose Corporation Designed in: United States www.bose.com

The SoundTouch 300 Soundbar & Acoustimass bass module can stand on its own, or it can be customized with additional components including wireless surround speakers for a full 5.1 experience. It can also wirelessly connect to other SoundTouch speakers around the house for the ultimate, multi-room entertainment system.

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Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Consumer Electronics

Xbox One S Designed by: Microsoft Device Design Team

Commissioned by: Microsoft Corporation

Designed in: USA

www.xbox.com

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The Xbox One S is the ultimate gaming and entertainment system. The system is capable of 4K HD Blu-ray and video streaming, High Dynamic Range and is 40% smaller than the previous Xbox One. Additional features include IR blaster, internal power supply and up to 2 TB of internal storage.


Domestic Appliances

Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Beard Trimmer Series 9000 Designed by: Philips Design Team

Commissioned by: Philips

Designed in: The Netherlands

www.philips.com

Combining functionality, control and style, this beard trimmer delivers a precise, modern shave. Aimed at the premium male market, it features an innovative laser guidance system showing exactly where to trim for perfect, symmetrical results every time.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Braun BeardTrimmer BT 3040 Designed by: Braun Design Team Designed in: Germany

Commissioned by: Procter & Gamble Service GmbH au.braun.com

The BeardTrimmer is designed for precise facial styling. Precise adjustment is achieved by a prominent wheel. Durability is enhanced by the three-dimensional frame design of the combs. It’s ultra sharp blades stand for long lasting sharpness and cut through long or thick hair. The ergonomic grip allows exact and comfortable use.

Awards

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Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Caloray Disc Heater Designed by: Benjamin Murphy

Commissioned by: Caloray Pty Ltd

Designed in: Australia

www.caloray.com

Caloray Disc is the world’s first circular ‘non-glow’ heater which brings function and form together in an architectural and elegant product. Designed to elegantly and effectively heat areas that are traditionally hard to heat, it gives architects and designers greater flexibility when considering the uses of the available space.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

DA 6996 W PEARL Decor Rangehood Designed by: Miele Design Center

Commissioned by: Miele Design Center

Designed in: Germany

www.miele.com.au

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The DA 6996 W ‘PEARL’ is the latest addition to Miele’s range of décor hoods. Its eye-catching and modern design provides a visual highlight in any well-made kitchen, whilst its range of technologically advanced features will ensure superior performance and operating convenience in daily household use.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Link™ Purifier Heater Designed by: James Dyson Dyson

Commissioned by: Dyson www.dyson.com.au

Designed in: England

The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link™ purifier heater is for all conditions - heating rooms during winter, powerful fan cooling in summer and purification all year round. It purifies air in your home as well as reporting live indoor air quality to the Dyson Link App.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Dyson V8 Cord-Free Vacuum™ Designed by: James Dyson Dyson Designed in: England

Commissioned by: Dyson www.dyson.com.au

Some cordless vacuum cleaners use small motors that can be weak, others rely on heavy motors that compromise versatility. The Dyson digital motor V8 is both compact and powerful, offering a 110,000rpm spin, impressive fade-free suction, increased runtime, hygienic dirt ejection and less noise all weighing just 2.6kg.

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Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Electrolux UltimateCare Washing Range Designed by: Electrolux Group Design Asia Pacific

Commissioned by: Electrolux Home Products Pty Ltd

Designed in: Australia

www.electrolux.com.au

In America alone, the average individual trashes 36 kilos of clothing per year. Electrolux wanted to help their customers look after their ‘old favourites’, so they would have less need to buy new clothes. The UltimateCare Washer premixes water and detergent in a special chamber before the begining of a cycle so it's gentler on fabrics and washes better at lower temperatures, saving energy, water and your clothes.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Everdure by Heston Blumenthal Gas Barbeque Range Designed by: Design + Industry

Commissioned by: Shriro Australia

Designed in: Australia

www.everdurebyheston.com

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The Everdure by Heston Blumenthal range includes powerful 2 and 3-burner BBQs in an integrated, flowing design finished in a range of contemporary colours. Made from die-cast aluminium that won’t rust, the designs feature interchangeable cast iron flat and grill plates with cool-to-touch handles so you can change plates easily.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Kenwood Chef Titanium 2017 Designed by: Jamie Weaden & Sean Sweeney (KDO)

Commissioned by: Kenwood www.kenwoodworld.com

Designed in: UK

Kenwood Chef Titanium is the ultimate kitchen companion for novices and seasoned chef’s alike. Carefully designed with strong functionality and exceptional detail, making each culinary journey an exciting one. With a beautiful aesthetic and slick design, this iconic machine will look fabulous on any kitchen counter.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Kenwood Cooking Chef 2017 Designed by: Sean Sweeney (KDO)

Commissioned by: Kenwood

Designed in: UK

www.kenwoodworld.com

With over 20 pre-set cooking programs and a wide temperature range from 20C-180C, the Cooking Chef helps you to create 100’s of meals as well as grow your repertoire. Up to 20 attachments, from blender to food processor, icecream maker to pasta roller, meat grinder to grain mill.

Awards

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Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Lumea Prestige Designed by: Philips Design Team

Commissioned by: Philips

Designed in: The Netherlands

www.philips.com.au

Lumea Prestige represents Philips’ most technologically advanced beauty offering and the pinnacle of Philips Beauty design language. Biocompatible materials, advanced optical safety system, optimally tuned capacitive sensors and batterypowered capabilities allow for the safest, most enjoyable home IPL experience possible, resulting in over 75% hair reduction after just four treatments.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Mylos Etik Designed by: Matteo Costa Franco Colombo Designed in: Italy

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Commissioned by: ABB S.p.A.

Mylos Etik is a new range of bacterial bioplastic cover frames for ABB electrical switches. The sustainability of the entire product lifecycle guidedthe designers in the choice of material and production process. The one-piece design reduces the number of components of the product, made with a single molding operation. The bacterial bioplastic material is fully compostable and recyclable, allowing ABB to drastically reduce the carbon footprint this product.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Perfect Glow Designed by: Paul Cohen Cube Design China

Commissioned by: Cos Beauty www.cos-beauty.com

Designed in: Australia

The Perfect Glow Skin Revitalizing Device is a portable home use beauty system. Using advanced TPRF multi-pole radio frequency, it can effectively improve skin quality, reducing loose skin and wrinkles. This innovative technology allows users to get professional cosmetic results at home.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Samsung Add Wash Designed by: Samsung Electronics

Commissioned by: Samsung Electronics

Designed in: South Korea

www.samsung.com

AddWash is an innovative new washing machine making it easy to add forgotten laundry to the wash mid-cycle, using an extra door located on the upper part of the main door. This is yet another example of Samsung’s innovation that makes people’s lives easier.

Award Winners Awards

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Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Tesla Powerwall 2 Designed by: Tesla

Commissioned by: Tesla

Designed in: USA

www.tesla.com

Most homes use a fraction of the solar energy they collect. Instead of sending excess solar energy into the grid, Powerwall stores it for use any time. This reduces their reliance on the grid and empowers homes to become completely self sufficient using 100% sustainable energy from the sun. The Tesla Powerwall 2 is double the energy of the first generation battery and can power an average two-bedroom home for a full day.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Domestic Appliances

The Breville Oracle Touch™ Designed by: Breville Global Design Team

Commissioned by: Breville Group

Designed in: Australia

www.breville.com.au

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Awards

The Breville Oracle Touch™ is the next generation of Breville’s automatic manual espresso machines that brings true café quality to your home without the barista. Introducing the convenience of a touch screen to select and help prepare your favourite café quality drinks and optimise machine performance.


Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Domestic Appliances

The Steam Zone Designed by: Breville Global Design Team

Commissioned by: Breville Group

Designed in: Australia

www.breville.com.au

The food steamer market is saturated with low quality and products which lack innovation. The Steam Zone has an innovative design which utilises predominantly cookware grade Stainless Steel in response to growing health awareness. This in combination with the unique steam generating technology sets a new benchmark for the steamer category.

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Zip HydroTap All-In-One Arc Designed by: Zip Water Pty Ltd

Commissioned by: Zip Water Pty Ltd

Designed in: Australia

www.zipwater.com

Zip HydroTap All-In-One Arc is a single kitchen sink tap that delivers filtered boiling, chilled and sparkling drinking water instantly, as well as hot and cold water for the sink.

Awards

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Furniture and Lighting

Good Design Award® - Product Design Furniture and Lighting

Aeron Remastered NO BLEED Designed by: Commissioned by: Don Chadwick and Herman Miller

Herman Miller www.hermanmiller.com.au

Designed in: USA

Aeron is an office chair, originally designed in 1994 and re-mastered in 2016. The resulting chair is recognisably an Aeron, but features stronger and smarter materials, better adjustment capabilities, intuitive controls, enhanced aeration, adjustable PostureFit spinal support and groundbreaking 8Z Pellicle zoned suspension working in concert to deliver enhanced comfort while sitting.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Furniture and Lighting

BLOC

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Designed by: Caon Studio

Commissioned by: Living Edge

Designed in: Australia

www.caonstudio.com

Awards

BLOC is a locally manufactured, configurable and re-configurable furniture system designed to create mini-environments suitable for the modern work-place. The design was informed by insights from local furniture retail experts, Living Edge™ and based on market research undertaken with local architects and interior designers.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Furniture and Lighting

D900 S Curve Surface-mounted LED Downlight Designed by: Brightgreen

Commissioned by: Brightgreen

Designed in: Australia

www.brightgreen.com

The ultra-slimline D900 S Curve surface-mounted LED downlight features a minimalist design and unmatched sustainability benefits. Designed to provide a pared-back, surface-mounted alternative to recessed downlights, the D900 S Curve is Brightgreen’s first entirely carbon neutral product.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Furniture and Lighting

HUB Nova Designed by: HUB Australiasia Pty Ltd

Commissioned by: HUB In-house design initiative

Designed in: Australia

www.hub-group.com

HUB Nova is a high performance residential streetlight-luminaire which utilises the latest in high efficiency Cree LEDs with customdesigned optics. Optical and gear compartments comply with IP66 and with an overall weight of less than 4kg, it has the lowest power consumption in Australia. The HUB Nova has been designed for the lowest capital and operational cost possible.

Awards

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Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Furniture and Lighting

Mojo Luxe Bath Ware Designed by: Jo Irwin for Marblo Axolotl Group Pty Ltd

Commissioned by: Axolotl Group Pty Ltd Marblo and Jo Irwin

Designed in: Australia

www.axolotl.com.au

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The vision for the Mojo Luxe range was to design an elegant, sculptural range of bath ware that would stand the test of time and yet be functional in day-to-day use. The range is created using the highest quality materials that afford the pieces to be customised in over one hundred bespoke colours, patterns, shapes and sizes.


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Hardware and Building

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Hardware and Building

Ampfibian X1 Weatherproof Connection Protection Designed by: Oliver Kratzer James Morton Sam Weise

Commissioned by: Ampfibian Pty Ltd www.ampfibian.com.au

Designed in: Australia

The Ampfibian X1 Weatherproof Connection Protection keeps electrical plugs and sockets connected and dry. The patented seals eliminate the risk of electrocution in the wet, while the retaining mechanisms safely lock the connections together by acting on the leads, not the plugs. At home or on-site, the X1 keeps you connected and safe.

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Hardware and Building

Chiara Xite Designed by: Matteo Costa Franco Colombo Designed in: Italy

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Commissioned by: ABB S.p.A.

ABB Chiara electrical switch range is made from anodized aluminum. The new palette is more subdued and refined and the end result provides an ultra-thin texture and clean lines inspired by the world of furnishing and technology to suit any modern interior.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Hardware and Building

Clipsal Iconic™ Designed by: Xavier Lifran Michael Young, Ben Mc Carty Rob Wiebenga, Ben Hill for D+I Schneider Electric Design Lab

Commissioned by: Schneider Electric Designed in: Australia / Hong-Kong

Clipsal Iconic is a range of electrical accessories with a slim, sleek and clean design that is easily customised and provides a new foundation for future technology to be built on to. This is an affordable and accessible switch range and is the perfect easy to install option for electricians.

www.clipsal.com

Good Design Award® - Product Design Hardware and Building

EGO POWER + Backpack Blower Designed by: Chervon (China) Trading Co., Ltd

Commissioned by: Chervon (China) Trading Co., Ltd

Designed in: China

www.egopowerplus.com.au

The EGO POWER+ Backpack Blower features an easyto-use variable speed dial, enabling the user to precisely regulate blower power. Users can choose from low-speed, which produces 440m3/h air volume, to high-speed which offers 850m3/h air volume. The unit is fully integrated into an easy to wear and ergonomically designed harness.

Awards

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Good Design Award® - Product Design Hardware and Building

Latch R Designed by: Meyerhoffer

Commissioned by: Latch

Designed in: USA

www.meyerhoffer.com

The Latch R combines a reader, door controller and management system into one simple product. Latch lets you unlock a door with a smartphone, NFC card or door code. Designed for anyone and everyone as an entire system for access control and built for every door in your building or portfolio.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Hardware and Building

Poolrite Innosphere Designed by: The Evolve Group

Commissioned by: Poolrite

Designed in: Australia

www.poolrite.com

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The Poolrite Innosphere is the only liquid blow-molded pool filter in the world. The patented process triples the polymer’s strength, making it pound for pound twice the strength of steel. Manufactured from over 300 plastic bottles, 3000 caps and using 70% less material, the Australian made Innosphere will change pool filters forever, as well as being less harmful to our fragile environment.


Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Hardware and Building

TILT Skylights Designed by: TILT Industrial Design

Commissioned by: TILT Industrial Design

Designed in: Australia

www.tiltskylights.com

TILT Skylights are the only operable glass skylights available that can be utilised with a standard staircase, greatly increasing light and ventilation in a space. The Skylights create an opportunity to add another level to a home via a roof terrace and have been designed for architecturallydesigned projects of high quality and beauty.

Housewares, Fashion and Objects

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Housewares, Fashion and Objects

A6 memobottle Designed by: Jesse Leeworthy Designed in: Australia

Commissioned by: memobottle Pty Ltd Co-Founders Jonathan Byrt and Jesse Leeworthy www.memobottle.com

A6 memobottle is a breath of fresh air in a crowded water bottle market. Sitting between the timeless and the contemporary, the A6 memobottle is minimal, slim and exudes unrivalled elegance. Mimicking the international paper size, A6 memobottle slides seamlessly into handbags, laptop cases and even the back pocket.

Awards

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Medical and Scientific

Good Design Award® - Product Design Medical and Scientific

BES Rehab EXOFLEX Hand Therapy and Assessment Device Designed by: Design + Industry

Commissioned by: BES Rehab Ltd

Designed in: Australia

The Exoflex is a portable device worn on the hand that works to bring movement to paralysed and recovering hands. This device can manipulate and mobilize hand joints in a controlled and safe manner for exercise, rehabilitation and eventually function. Exoflex can also be used for assessment of hand health.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Medical and Scientific

Leukomed Control

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Designed by: BSN medical

Commissioned by: BSN medical

Designed in: Germany

www.bsnmedical.com

Awards

Wound visibility is important for the early identification of Surgical Site Infections. Leukomed® Control provides unique transparency of film and hydropolymer pad enabling wound inspection at any time without the need for dressing changes. The wound site remains protected for the benefit of the patient and healthcare professional.


Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Medical and Scientific

Sofia 2 Designed by: Planet Innovation Pty Ltd

Commissioned by: Quidel Corporation

Designed in: Australia

www.planetinnovation.com.au

Sofia 2 is a compact bench top analyzer that uses advanced fluorescence detection to rapidly test for diseases such as Influenza, Streptococcus and Respiratory Viruses. The easy-to-use interface and step-by-step on-screen guidance takes diagnostic testing out of the lab and into the hands of Point-of-Care professionals.

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Sport and Lifestyle

Good Design Award® - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

360fly 4K Designed by: Claudio Ribeiro Felippe Bicudo Michael Harmon Billy Robertson Pearl Design

Commissioned by: 360fly Designed in: United States www.360fly.com

360 degrees isn’t just a field of view. It’s capturing everything you see all around you, from here to the horizon in all directions, with you at the epicenter of countless once-ina-lifetime experiences. Now with the 360fly 4K camera, it’s even easier to integrate seamlessly into your adventure.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

BLUNT™ Classic Umbrella Designed by: Greig Brebner

Commissioned by: Blunt Umbrellas

Designed in: New Zealand

www.bluntumbrellas.com

Blunt solved the problem of umbrellas that fail at the slightest hint of weather. All Blunt™ umbrellas are engineered from the inside out with patented innovation. The latest iteration of the Classic builds on the unique design and brand ethos with elements including a replaceable canopy and inbuilt tech pocket.

Awards

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Good Design Award® - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

Cobalt Twista Balance Bike Designed by: Cobalt Designed in: Australia

Commissioned by: Cobalt YVolution www.cobaltdesign.co

Cobalt’s Twista is a unique children’s bike that ‘toollessly’ converts from trike mode to balance bike mode via a patented, nonparallel hub. The bike promotes earlier learning and reduces the need for parents to purchase separate ride-on products over the significant age span of 18 months to pre-school age.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

Game of Awesome Designed by: Dave Turnbull Robert Whitaker Aaron McKirdy Gavin Mouldey Morgan Davie

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Commissioned by: New Zealand Ministry of Education Designed in: New Zealand awesome.tki.org.nz

Game of Awesome inspires students to write by stealth. Gameplay is truly fun, with content pitched perfectly to the kids’ taste, thanks to a co-design practice. Stories are created using gross, random, ordinary, scary and daring idea cards as prompts. Illustrations packed with colloquial NZ humour, make it uniquely –“awesome”.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

Infasecure Seat Belt Retainer Designed by: Pete Miller

Commissioned by: Infasecure Pty Ltd

Designed in: Australia

www.infasecure.com.au

Lockie is a simple but effective seat belt retainer that is virtually impossible to misuse and takes moments to install. Unlike existing buckles or clamps, Lockie uses a wedged ‘keel’ that locks into the seat belt buckle tongue slot. Through simple friction, seat belt looseness is prevented and children travel safer.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

Kid Guard PRO™ Booster Seat Designed by: Britax Australia

Commissioned by: Britax Childcare Pty Ltd

Designed in: Australia

www.britax.com.au

The only booster in Australia providing safety all the way up to double figures (10 years!). The Kid Guard PRO™ provides continued safety from 4 years to 10 years of age (approx.). Using our patented anti-submarining technology, the Kid Guard PRO™ offers 4 points of safety.

Awards

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Good Design AwardÂŽ - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

MOUS Fitness Bottle Designed by: Matthew Kempe Jarahad Valeri Designed in: Australia

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Commissioned by: MOUS Products www.mousfitness.com

The primary focus of the MOUS™ fitness bottle is to minimise bacteria growth with the introduction of a unique round bottom and modular design that makes cleaning your bottle effortless and eliminates the ability of bacteria accumulation.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

Shedrain VortexVent Designed by: haythornthwaite design David Haythornthwaite Andrew Haythornthwaite Simon Haythornthwaite Robert John Morrison

Commissioned by: Shedrain Designed in: China www.shedrain.com

Shedrain has an ongoing commitment into the specialist research of adverse weather conditions. Haythornthwaite Design translated their insights into a challenging design brief for rethinking the archetypal umbrella. The team developed and tested innovative advancements in frame and canopy design, resulting in the VortexVent - an umbrella to outlast the storm.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

STS - Space Technology Safety English Irons Designed by: Intelligent Inventions Limited Luke Cole and Company ColeTEK

Commissioned by: Intelligent Inventions Limited Designed in: Australia www.iiwinners.com

The STS English Irons is a revolutionary new safety stirrup iron targeted at the equestrian and racing industry. Its unique design incorporates an extended platform for better foot support and balance, improved foot tread to help prevent foot slipping and frontal formed bars with an outer rubber post. By preventing the riders’ feet slipping forward into the iron and in the event a rider falls, the bar formation and the rubber post prevent the rider’s boot being hooked up in the iron and dragged.

Awards

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Good Design Award® - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

The Maton Case Designed by: Cobalt Design

Commissioned by: Maton Guitars

Designed in: Australia

www.maton.com.au

The Maton Case is a road case for Maton guitars. It is designed for touring performers transporting their prized instrument across town or between continents. The Maton Case will be included with new premium guitar purchases, as well as a standalone accessory for other models or non-Maton guitars.

Good Design Award® - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

Thunder Trampoline Designed by: Vuly D3 Design Designed in: Australia

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Commissioned by: Vuly www.vulyplay.com

Vuly’s Thunder trampoline represents an innovative approach to creating trustworthy and beautiful trampolines for more families. With a brief that called for total safety, along with maximum bounce and value, Thunder concentrates Vuly’s distinctive design DNA and safe Leaf Spring technology into a truly affordable product.


Good Design Award® - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

Wolffepack Capture Designed by: David Wolffe Goodwin Hartshorn Paul Hamilton Designed in: United Kingdom

Commissioned by: Wolffepack Limited www.wolffepack.com

Photographers of all types require frequent and rapid camera access to get the big shot. Gear carried in a conventional backpack is fixed on your back and presents access problems. Wolffepack is the world’s only backpack that swings all your gear to the front but stays strapped to your back, without the hassle of unstrapping. Wolffepack’s patented orbital technology frees the whole bag to rotate around the body using its revolutionary cord system. A flick of its ergonomic handle moves the bag to the front in the perfect position to grab, shoot and replace the camera.

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2017 GOOD DESIGN AWARDS

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Commercial and Residential

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Architectural Design Commercial and Residential Architecture

Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired Designed by: Mark Cavagnero Associates Designed in: United States

Commissioned by: Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired www.cavagnero.com

The new LightHouse headquarters is designed to be functional and beautiful for the blind and sighted alike. Spanning three floors in downtown San Francisco, it encompasses a variety of services that the LightHouse offers its clients ranging from exam, training rooms, training kitchen, event spaces and dorm rooms for on-site training.

Interior Design

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Architectural Design Interior Design

Alquema Designed by: Loopcreative

Commissioned by: Virginia Rouse

Designed in: Australia

www.loopcreative.com.au

The 75sqm Flagship store for the fashion clothing brand Alquema and Pushmataaha is located within the heritage listed Queen Victoria Building in Sydney's CBD nestled amongst high end fashion and luxury brands.

Awards

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Good Design AwardÂŽ - Architectural Design Interior Design

Great Southern Rail Platinum Club Designed by: Woods Bagot

Commissioned by: Great Southern Rail

Designed in: Australia

www.cavagnero.com

The reimagined Platinum Club for Great Southern Rail redefines Australian rail tourism. This world-class environment endeavours to span the ages, invigorate the senses and slow time, with a unique guest experience firmly at its core. The design proudly maintains the historical appeal and character of this much loved tourism icon.

Urban Design and Public Spaces

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Architectural Design Urban Design and Public Spaces

City of Perth

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Designed by: City of Perth

Commissioned by: City of Perth

Designed in: Australia

www.perth.wa.gov.au

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The urban forest is a valuable asset and a key element of city infrastructure. The City's Urban Forest Plan is a strategic action plan that aims to promote the urban forest's long term health and resilience, despite the challenges it faces, and maximise the level of community benefits delivered.


Good Design AwardÂŽ - Architectural Design Urban Design and Public Spaces

The Calyx Designed by: PTW Architects

Commissioned by: Royal Botanic Garden

Designed in: Australia

www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

Sustainability, flexibility and inspiration underpins the design of the Calyx. This landmark project, designed by PTW Architects in celebration of the Royal Botanic Garden's 200th Birthday, was conceived as a 'jewel in the Garden': a serene and peaceful arbour pavilion with the capacity for ever changing requirements when displaying plants.

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Architectural Design Urban Design and Public Spaces

Windsor Plaza Designed by: ASPECT Studios

Commissioned by: City of Stonnington

Designed in: Australia

www.aspect.net.au

Windsor has very little open space and the Council was seeking to develop more public space from streets.Two key public spaces where created. To the south a new "village square" reclaimed from the realignment of roads. To the north the existing roadway, was converted to a shared street and urban plaza.

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COMMUNICATION DESIGN 2017 GOOD DESIGN AWARDS

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Advertising

Good Design Award® - Communication Design Advertising

City of Sydney - Zero Waste Campaign Designed by: Paper Moose

Commissioned by: City Of Sydney

Designed in: Australia

Paper Moose created an outdoor vinyl sticker campaign that made use of situational placement and optical illusions to highlight the inconvenience of dumping household waste. Designed to be discovered and interacted with, each piece was customised to the environment to amuse and educate people about the city’s free pickup service.

Branding and Identity

Good Design Award® - Communication Design Branding and Identity

Cho Cho San Brand Refresh Designed by: Ascender Design

Commissioned by: Cho Cho San

Designed in: Australia

www.chochosan.com.au

We explored the tragic story of Cho Cho San in Puccini’s Madame Butterfly depicting the Butterfly motif upsidedown. We aligned and refined the typography in the logo with the circle pattern in interior design and explored the Japanese concept of Wabi Sabi; a world view centred on the acceptance of imperfection.

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Good Design Award® - Communication Design Branding and Identity

Eastland Brand and Launch Campaign Designed by: eskimo, Stephen Chee Photographer (Fashion), Dieu Tan - Photographer (Still Life), Kiku Ohe - Film Director

Commissioned by: QIC Global Real Estate Designed in: Australia www.eastland.com.au

Located East of Melbourne, the vision for Eastland was to provide the community with an unrivalled experience to lead the revitalization of the region. A $665m transformation, Eastland became a new benchmark for suburban shopping centres in Australia. eskimo developed a creative platform that centred around the notion of ‘Coming Together’, illustrating Eastland as the magnetic heart of the region.

Good Design Award® - Communication Design Branding and Identity

Tomorrow Finance Rebrand Designed by: Ascender Design

Commissioned by: Tomorrow Finance

Designed in: Australia

www.tomorrowfinance.com.au

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Tomorrow Finance is a technology business, rather than a financial services business. The new branding reflects an essence of ‘Real-Time Connectors’ and feels seamless and vibrant. We developed 3 levels of brand structure and messaging, targeting banks, diverse referral partner profiles and consumers. We developed a customer journey and created the support tools.


Packaging

Good Design Award® - Communication Design Packaging

Milk Christmas Gift Designed by: Milk NZ Ltd

Commissioned by: Milk NZ Ltd

Designed in: New Zealand

With Huffman’s Sauces we created a limited edition bespoke Chilli Pepper, Pomegranate & Orange Blossom Sauce. There is a three part ‘un-boxing’ journey: ‘Live a little’ (try the sauce); ‘Create a little’ (follow the recipes); and ‘Give a little’ (share a photo & Milk will donate $50 to the Auckland City Mission).

Print

Good Design Award® - Communication Design Print

What’s cooking? Designed by: Heine Warnecke Design GmbH Designed in: Germany

Commissioned by: Symrise AG

How does Symrise, one of the world’s largest producers of aromas, manage to create flavors that are liked by everyone? A stylish publication is here to answer these and other questions for decision makers from the world of cuisine and good taste in the food industry.

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DIGITAL DESIGN 2017 GOOD DESIGN AWARDS

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App Design

Good Design Award® - Digital Design App Design

FiGo: Roaming, with no strings attached Designed by: Think Design Collaborative Hari Nallan Mahesh Marath Gaurav Shravage

Commissioned by: Globetouch Inc Designed in: India www.thinkdesign.in

Globetouch is a global connectivity solution for businesses worldwide. It’s network provides connectivity for a wide range of devices and operators. International roaming is now up for disruption, and Globetouch are pioneering it with it’s app based solution, FiGo. Travelers can now purchase international roaming data for as low as $1/ day. The FiGo app provides an interface where users can browse plans based on the country they are traveling to and pay online to start using roaming data.

Good Design Award® - Digital Design App Design

Folktale Designed by: BlueChilli Designed in: Australia

Commissioned by: David Lloyd-Lewis and Sarah Mak folktale.io

The Folktale app’s key value is to empower users to do what they can’t do themselves; record and output a story, guided by an expert - rather than just a series of disconnected and ill framed video files.

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Good Design AwardÂŽ - Digital Design App Design

Practical Drivers License Test Designed by: Alphero

Commissioned by: VTNZ

Designed in: New Zealand

www.alphero.com

Alphero helped VTNZ transform its paper-based practical driver testing process into a fully digital solution. Learner drivers can access test information online via a desktop site, while assessors now use a tablet app to administer the driver test in the field. As far as we know, this is a world first.

Interface Design

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Digital Design Interface Design

Landchecker Designed by: Landchecker Papercloud Designed in: Australia

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Commissioned by: Landchecker landchecker.com.au

Landchecker has recently launched a free user friendly mapping interface which enables users to access property planning and due diligence information. The platform allows users to access information on property zones, overlays, permit activity, cultural heritage sensitivity, bush fire prone areas and more.


Web Design and Development

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Digital Design Web Design and Development

MadPaws Designed by: Ebex Pty Ltd

Commissioned by: Mad Paws Pty Ltd

Designed in: Australia

www.madpaws.com.au

Ebex was engaged to understand the users’ unique needs and concerns and cater to these in a user friendly and visually pleasing way. Our human centered approach revealed the most important issues and we built a website around that. The website became both a huge human centered design and commercial success.

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SERVICE DESIGN 2017 GOOD DESIGN AWARDS

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Commercial Services

Good Design Award® - Service Design Commercial Services

My Architect Designed by: Robert Harwood Cate Rayson

Commissioned by: My Architect www.my-architect.com.au

Designed in: Australia

My Architect is revolutionising the way Australian property owners embark on their renovations and new builds. By providing an easier, clearer, more appealing service structure and access to talented, trained professionals, our aim is to help transform Australia’s residential environment for the better - aesthetically, functionally and sustainably.

Good Design Award® - Service Design Commercial Services

Perform@AMP Designed by: AMP Design & Innovation Continuum Designed in: Australia

Commissioned by: AMP People and Culture

Perform@AMP is a system of deep human interactions, new habits, and helpful tools that fit together to help people become an organisation that is more networked, agile, customer centric and more expert at delivering the experiences that drive the business. It helps us perform by always learning and improving together.

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Good Design AwardÂŽ - Service Design Commercial Services

Sendle Designed by: The Sendle Team

Commissioned by: Sendle

Designed in: Australia

www.sendle.com

Sendle is a delivery service with an innovative and unique business model specifically designed to meet the needs of small business. The ease of account creation, intuitive interface and simple pricing is designed to help very small customers, while powerful features and integrations satisfy larger business needs.

Public Sector Service

Good Design AwardÂŽ - Service Design Public Sector Services

Supporting Small Business Through Design Designed by: PwCs Indigenous Consulting PwCs Private Clients The Australian Taxation Office Designed in: Australia

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Commissioned by: Karen Antsis, Australian Taxation Office

The Cash Flow Management Education Program helps people understand how cash flows in and out of their business. It is simple and visual, making finances transparent and linking business decisions to action. It builds on trusted relationships with advisors, and can be delivered one to one or one to many.


Award Winners Awards

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Award Winners Awards

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SOCIAL INNOVATION 2017 GOOD DESIGN AWARDS

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Good Design Award® - Social Innovation

Code Club Australia Designed by: Code Club Australia

Commissioned by: Code Club Australia

Designed in: Australia

www.codeclubau.org

Code Club is a network of free coding clubs for children. Clubs are lead by volunteers and teachers who are supported by an open source framework: 100+ hours of nationally aligned curriculum, guides for volunteers, and our free teacher training programme. Our programme serves over 65,000 youth every week across Australia.

Good Design Award® - Social Innovation

Game of Awesome Designed by: Dave Turnbull Robert Whitaker Aaron McKirdy Gavin Mouldey Morgan Davie

Commissioned by: New Zealand Ministry of Education Designed in: New Zealand

Game of Awesome inspires students to write by stealth. Gameplay is truly fun, with content pitched perfectly to the kids’ taste, thanks to our co-design practise. Stories are created using gross, random, ordinary, scary, and daring idea cards as prompts. Illustrations packed with colloquial NZ humour, make it uniquely “awesome”.

awesome.tki.org.nz

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Good Design AwardÂŽ - Social Innovation

Resilient Futures Designed by: Wellbeing and Resilience Centre

Commissioned by: Wellbeing and Resilience Centre

Designed in: Australia

www.wellbeingandresilience.com

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Resilient Futures is a three year project that measures and builds the resilience and wellbeing of 850 disadvantaged young people in South Australia (aged 16-20) by providing wellbeing and resilience skills training that is reinforced through mentoring/coaching and online tools and resources.


Reinvented i30. “It’s the new small car benchmark.” Practical Motoring

What do you do after you’ve won Australia’s Best Cars award six times? 1 You start again. That’s exactly what we’ve done with the Reinvented i30. There’s more power under the bonnet 2, eight Hyundai SmartSense™3 active safety technologies to help keep you alert and in control, and a body reinforced with 53% ultra-high tensile steel making it our strongest i30 ever. With Hyundai’s five-year, unlimited kilometre warranty4 and Lifetime Service Plan5 you’ll get piece of mind, wherever the road takes you. And the 8" touchscreen with satellite navigation comes with complimentary map updates6 as standard. Talk about reinvention.

Book a test drive today. hyundai.com.au/i30

1. Best Small Car under $35,000 in 2015, 2013, 2012 and 2010. Best Mid-Sized Car under $30,000 in 2009. Best Mid-Sized Car under $28,000 in 2008. 2. Compared to previous Active and Active X petrol variants and SR & SR Premium petrol variants. 3. Available on Elite, Premium, SR (DCT only) and SR Premium variants only. 4. Applies to new passenger vehicles used for private/domestic purposes. Excludes vehicles used at any time for “commercial application” as defined in the vehicle warranty policy, for which a 5 year/130,000km (whichever occurs first) warranty applies. Refer to full warranty terms & conditions for details and exclusions.


5. For the benefit of Hyundai owners, Hyundai provides online quotes which specify the maximum price applicable for a vehicle’s next scheduled maintenance service at a participating authorised Hyundai dealer and using genuine Hyundai parts (where required). Online quotes are available at www.hyundai.com.au, apply for a stated effective period only and may change after that effective period without notice. Standard scheduled maintenance services are of limited scope. The benefit of online quotes is available for all Hyundai’s, for their lifetime. 6. Maximum number of 9 updates delivered on an annual cycle which must be undertaken within 10 years of the vehicle’s purchase. Complimentary map updates only apply if the vehicle completes a scheduled service at a participating Hyundai dealer.


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Automotive and Transport

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Automotive and Transport

Melbourne LRV E-Class Design Enhancement

Renault Megane GT

Designed by: Bombardier Industrial Design Team Commissioned by: Public Transport Victoria (PTV) Designed in: Australia www.bombardier.com

Designed by: Renault Commissioned by: Renault Designed in: France www.renault.com.au

The E2-class design enhancement marks the next generation of E-class trams and an evolution of the trademark E-class design DNA. The design has enhanced the overall vehicle quality by utilising the latest in virtual reality technology from Swinburne University.

The Megane GT, Renault’s performance hatch, features beautiful style from an award-winning design team, beautiful technology from Renault’s luxury models and beautiful performance from its exceptional engine and 4CONTROL four-wheel steering.

Commercial and Industrial

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

AEG Powertools’ Limited Edition Kit

Divvy ‘Maggie’ Parking Access Device

Makinex Hose2Go

Designed by: Austin Ng Cheuk Fung, Pen Tang Chin Pang, Thomas Wong Kam Kee Commissioned by: TECHTRONIC DESIGN Designed in: Hong Kong www.ttigroup.com

Designed by: Infinity Design Pty Ltd, Divvy Parking Commissioned by: Divvy Parking Designed in: Australia www.divvyparking.com

Designed by: Rory Kennard Commissioned by: Makinex Construction Products Designed in: Australia www.makinex.com.au

Disruptive and revolutionary, the Divvy Parking solution is an integrated system providing drivers access to under-utilized parking spots in commercial buildings. This iconic device enables drivers to book a space, enter and exit a car park.

The new Hose2Go is a constant pressure and highly portable water supply unit. It harnesses the energy from a tap to charge it and is the only constant water pressure supply unit that does this. It provides a constant pressure water flow without using a pump, battery or electronics ensuring reliability and efficiency.

A premium powertool kit, powered by unrivalled brushless motor technology and advanced Lithium Ion batteries. It offers a compelling high-performance range of tools that maximize the balance of value and performance.

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Good Design® Selection - Product Design Commercial and Industrial

Redflex Halo Traffic Enforcement Camera

Zen HQ

Zip Instant Boiling Water Products

Designed by: Design + Industry, Redflex Traffic Systems Commissioned by: Redflex Traffic Systems Designed in: Australia www.redflex.com.au

Designed by: Planet Innovation Pty Ltd Commissioned by: Zen Ecosystems Inc. Designed in: Australia www.zenecosystems.com

Designed by: Zip Water Pty Ltd Commissioned by: Zip Water Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia www.zipwater.com

A cloud platform for managing heating, lighting and energy consumption for enterprises with multiple premises across the country. Developed in conjunction with real users, the intuitive interface brings together powerful tools for reducing energy costs, all within an easy-to-use, efficient system.

When designing our new products, Zip Water considered: rising energy costs, energy efficiency, poor water quality, workplace productivity and user safety considerations related to poor quality products imported from low cost manufacturers. The result was a superior range with no added cost to the consumer.

A unique in its use of a single enclosure to mount the three key functional components of radar, flash and camera all mounted to a single pole. Providing easy installation and servicing while also reducing the environmental impact of the system.

Consumer Electronics

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Consumer Electronics

Botell

GeForce GTX 1080 Founder’s Edition

iKlips DUO+

Designed by: Bespoke Engineering, Puratap Commissioned by: Puratap, Botell Designed in: Australia www.bo-tell.com

Designed by: NVIDIA GPU ID Team Commissioned by: NVIDIA Corporation Designed in: USA www.nvidia.com

Designed by: Hung-Yi Lin, Ying-Ti Yi, Wei-Hsiang Hung, Yu-Feng Tu, Commissioned by: Adam Elements International Co., Ltd. Designed in: Taiwan (R.O.C) www.adamelements.com

Botell fulfills a market need for a stylish bottle you can take everywhere. It has a natural drinking-style, easy opening/ closing and can be filled without removing the top. Bluetooth connectivity and sensors remind you to drink and measure your water consumption. The electronics have a long battery life and are easily removable for dishwashing.

The GeForce GTX 1080 Founder’s Edition is one of NVIDIA’s new flagship products and is considered the most advanced gaming graphics card ever created. Used worldwide by enthusiast PC gamers, this product delivers the ultimate, most visually immersive experiences available today.

iKlips DUO+ is the intuitive tool for storage expansion. Together with the iKlips App, it is the easy way to transfer, manage and share a variety of content across your devices - iPhone, Mac and PC.

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Good Design® Selection - Product Design Consumer Electronics

iSee 16 Eye Massager

NEEO - The Thinking Remote

Nighthawk M1 Mobile Router

Designed by: Shenzhen Breo Technology Co.,Ltd., Fei Du, Chunfu Peng Commissioned by: Shenzhen Breo Technology Co. Ltd. Designed in: China www.breo.com.cn

Designed by: Raphael Oberholzer & Oliver Studer Commissioned by: NEEO Inc Designed in: Switzerland www.neeo.com

Designed by: NETGEAR - James Hathway Commissioned by: NETGEAR Designed in: Canada www.netgear.com.au

iSee16 has a classic, simple and beautifully design appearance using geometric elements and can fit eyes completely. It massages 8 points with efficient air pressure massage. Double motors with high-frequency vibration effectively relax your eyes, while soothing music makes your body and spirit relax at the same time.

NEEO is a smart home system, consisting of the NEEO Brain and the NEEO Thinking Remote. It’s the simplest way to connect and control all the devices in your home.

The Nighthawk M1 is the world’s first Gigabit class 4G/LTE mobile router, featuring simultaneous dual band WiFi with available WiFi/Ethernet offloading and combines media streaming via microSD, USB Type-C or external hard drive to all connected devices.

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Consumer Electronics

NVIDIA® SHIELD™ TV

NVIDIA® SPOT™

Poputar P1

Designed by: Jason Su, Nathan Kwak, Gregory Desin, James Lee, Sergey Muraviev, Heidi Lim Commissioned by: Nvidia Corporation Designed in: USA www.nvidia.com

Designed by: Jason Su, Heidi Lim, Nathan Kwak, Zoey Zhao, Ranger Zhao, Gregory Desin Commissioned by: Nvidia Corporation Designed in: USA www.nvidia.com

Designed by: Ye JunDa Commissioned by: Shenzhen Shigan Culture Technology Designed in: China www.poputar.com

NVIDIA® SHIELD™ TV is a streaming beast which runs the fastest, smoothest 4K video, infinite apps, and gaming PC quality titles from NVIDIA-powered gaming in the cloud or from your PC. The power to control every experience with your voice, even your home. It’s everything you want in one game-changing device.

NVIDIA® SPOT™ is a smart companion to NVIDIA® SHIELD™ TV which allows you communicate and control your smart home from anywhere. Simply plug NVIDIA Spot into any outlet to extend the wi-fi range throughout your home to enjoy an ambient virtual AI agent experience with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

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Poputar is designed for music beginners to pick up simple guitar skills in an extremely fun way. With 120 LEDs built inside the guitar neck, users will be able to visually locate the chord position and never worry about forgetting where to put their fingers on the board.


Domestic Appliences

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Airfryer Viva Collection

ArtLine Handle-Less Built-In Appliances

Avent 4-in-1 Healthy Baby Food Maker

Designed by: Philips Design Team Commissioned by: Philips Designed in: The Netherlands www.philips.com

Designed by: Miele Design Center Commissioned by: Miele Design Center Designed in: Germany www.miele.com.au

Designed by: Philips Design Team Commissioned by: Philips Designed in: The Netherlands www.philips.com

A revolutionary appliance that cooks fried food using little to no oil. Using Turbo Star technology for perfectly cooked food. A 20% smaller design means better integration on the kitchen countertop, while the cooking chamber capacity (up to 800g/4 servings fries) remains the same as does the iconic shape.

Flush glass fronts and touch displays on ovens, steam combination ovens, speed ovens, as well as a coffee machine and gourmet warming drawers allow entire kitchens to be designed without a single handle. The portfolio includes two specification levels, which are available in obsidian black or graphite grey.

4 in 1: Steam, blend, defrost and reheat homemade meals. Steam the meal, flip the jar and blend the food. A premium steamer blender that conveniently steams, blends, reheats and defrosts healthy, homemade baby food, whilst preserving vital nutrients, perfect for every stage of weaning.

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Domestic Appliances

BIBO Water Bar

Bork Pump Iron 1780

Breville - The Smart Oven® Air

Designed by: Johnson Peng Commissioned by: BIBO Water Designed in: China www.bibowater.com.au

Designed by: Cube Design China, Paul Cohen Commissioned by: Bork Designed in: Australia www.bork.ru

Designed by: Breville Global Design Team Commissioned by: Breville Group Designed in: Australia www.brevilleusa.com

The BIBO Water Bar is an innovative, stylish, compact water dispenser that provides instant filtered, purified, chilled and boiling water on tap. It is ideal for home or the workplace, comes in 10 designer colours and connects easily to the mains supply to ensure a continuous supply of high quality water.

The BORK Iron pump is a truly luxurious and technically sophisticated product. It combines a pure functional form with professional steam performance and heat accuracy. The iron’s intuitive digital interface uses touch / swipe motion to provide a convenient method to adjust the mode for individual fabrics and set exact temperature.

The Smart Oven® Air is the new flagship in Breville’s counter-top oven range. Achieving industry leading cooking performance with increased temperature range, PID controlled temperature precision and a powerful dual speed fan enables cooking functions like air frying, dehydrating and proofing. The versatile cooking chamber is optimized for your preferred cookware. Selections

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Good Design® Selection - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Breville Creatista Plus

De’Longhi Ceramic Panel

De’Longhi Dedica Digital Grinder

Designed by: Breville Global Design Team Commissioned by: Breville Group Designed in: Australia www.foodthinkers.com.au

Designed by: Mauro Cereser Commissioned by: De’Longhi Designed in: Italy www.delonghi.com.au

Designed by: Marco Vaona Commissioned by: De’Longhi Designed in: Italy www.delonghi.com.au

The Creatista Plus is a single serve espresso capsule machine featuring an advanced version of Breville’s core automatic milk texturing technology. The portioned espresso by Nespresso and milk texturing technology by Breville are connected via an intuitive graphic interface which conveniently guides consumers through the most popular café style recipes.

The HX65L22 Ceramic Panel Heater is the latest innovative heating solution from De’Longhi. It is unique in both design and technology, with a stunning textured finish that gives a premium aesthetic. The heating element is self-regulating, providing safe and efficient heat, while the built in fan distributes air around the room.

The Dedica Digital coffee grinder features a stainless steel conical burr grinder with 18 settings for a precise and consistent grind. It offers versatility with the choice to grind directly into the filter handle or the ground container, and the choice of selecting coffee strengths and number of cups or shots.

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Electrolux FreshPlus™ Refrigeration Range

Family Hub

Heatstrip Portable LPG Outdoor Heater

Designed by: Electrolux Group Design Asia Pacific Commissioned by: Electrolux Home Products Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia www.electrolux.com.au

Designed by: Samsung Electronics Commissioned by: Samsung Electronics Designed in: South Korea www.samsung.com

Designed by: Thermofilm Australia Pty Ltd Commissioned by: Thermofilm Australia Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia www.heatstrip.com.au

The Electrolux FreshPlus™ refrigeration range combines clever design and functionality with advanced technology. Running costs are reduced by best in class energy efficiency, food stays market-fresh up to 7 days longer and the internal design heightens visibility and accessibility.

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The Family Hub becomes a focal point for family members, enhancing their lives with connections, food management and entertainment like never before. 21.5” LCD touchscreen allows you to share family calendars, photos and notes, view the inside of the fridge with your smartphone or access your favourite music or television content.

The new Heatstrip portable LPG (gas bottle) heater incorporates world-leading design, quality, heat performance and efficiency to provide an elegant and stylish solution for any outdoor area.


Good Design® Selection - Product Design Domestic Appliances

Hot Teaze Designed by: Form Designs Australia Pty Ltd Commissioned by: Wisetype Investments Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia www.formdesigns.com.au The Hot Teaze is the first known heated element hair volume device. It combines three separate processes (sectioning, crimping, combing) in one single process to provide superior, long-lasting hair volume. The Hot Teaze is a simple, user-friendly everyday styling device for hair volume.

JURA E6 Automatic Coffee Machine

JURA J6 Automatic Coffee Machine

Designed by: JURA Elektroapparate AG Commissioned by: JURA Australia Espresso Pty Ltd Designed in: Switzerland www.au.jura.com

Designed by: JURA Elektroapparate AG Commissioned by: JURA Australia Espresso Pty Ltd Designed in: Switzerland www.au.jura.com

JURA’s E6 is revolutionising the enjoyment of coffee. Pulse Extraction Process optimises extraction time, guaranteeing maximum aroma for short coffees. Filter usage is easy with the Intelligent Water System automatically detecting filter presence. Frontal buttons and TFT display make operation simple.

JURA’s J6 is undoubtedly an expression of good taste. Sublime all-round design is in perfect harmony with refined materials and targeted accents. State-of-the-art technologies ensure a wide variety of coffees always impress. The machine is intuitive and can be operated via smartphone.

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Domestic Appliances

KM 6839 TempControl Induction Cooktop

Lumea Essential

Philips Multigroom Series 7000

Designed by: Miele Design Center Commissioned by: Miele Designed in: Germany www.miele.com.au

Designed by: Philips Design Team Commissioned by: Philips Designed in: The Netherlands www.philips.com

Designed by: Philips Design Team Commissioned by: Philips Designed in: The Netherlands www.philips.com

The KM 6839 is Miele’s latest induction cooktop equipped with TempControl Technology. TempControl is a revolutionary method of accurately maintaining selected cooking temperatures for extended periods of time, eliminating the risk of food overcooking.

Lumea Essential brings the high technology of the Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) device to a lower price point for effective and long lasting hair removal. Clean, simple, effective, safe and beautiful, it removes the stress of unwanted hair growth by providing professional-grade hair removal at home.

The Philips Multigroom Series 7000 is a tenin-one ‘head to toe’ trimmer empowering the modern man to groom beard, hair and body with one tool. This design focusses on function, robustness and durability.

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Good Design® Selection - Product Design Domestic Appliances

The Breville Toast Select Luxe

Trinity™ ONE Specialty Coffee Brewer

Whispair Rangehoods

Designed by: Breville Global Design Team, Cube Industrial Design Commissioned by: Breville Group Designed in: Australia www.foodthinkers.com.au

Designed by: Infinity Design Pty Ltd Commissioned by: Trinity Coffee Co. Designed in: Australia www.trinitycoffee.co

Designed by: Dane Hocking Commissioned by: Haus Group Australia Designed in: Australia www.whispair.com.au

The Trinity™ ONE precisely extracts and expresses the unique flavours of specialty coffee with refined usability and discerning aesthetics. It fills a gaping void for high quality manual brewers in residential and commercial settings.

Whispair utilises revolutionary technology that doesn’t rely on finding a balance between air movement and noise. The hood is equipped with a powerful backward curved centrifugal fan motor that is positioned external to the kitchen along with baffle filters that minimise noise generated by airflow.

Breville’s latest toaster offering and part of the Luxe Collection of premium co-ordinated appliances crafted in premium materials and finishes. The Toast Select Luxe eliminates the guess work in toasting different bread types which require different toasting times.

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Furniture and Lighting

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Furniture and Lighting

Baker Extension Table

Cloud

Converse

Designed by: DesignByThem, Nicholas Karlovasitis, Sarah Gibson Commissioned by: DesignByThem Designed in: Australia www.designbythem.com

Designed by: The Zenith Design Studio Commissioned by: Zenith Design Studio Designed in: Australia www.zenithinteriors.com

Designed by: Adam Cornish Commissioned by: Cult Design Designed in: Australia www.cultdesign.com.au

Cloud is an innovative workplace partition system consisting of organic acoustic pod formations and desktop screens which focus on well-being in the workplace. With correct sound control, a workforce has improved concentration, productivity and well-being. Cloud’s contoured, recycled PET walls absorb up to 60% of sound.

The Converse sofa is a new typology of sofa - ‘micro-modular’ which allows the user to become the author with standard and customisable configurations, that work either individually or in reconfigurable groups. This product is the petite proportions combined with a clean sophisticated design language.

The Baker Extension Table welcomes all. Featuring a strong robust form softened by smooth edges and rolling-pin legs, the table is designed to be wholesome and adaptable to different spaces, the purposes it serves and the people that surround it. It’s ideal for intimate gatherings and large celebrations alike.

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Furniture and Lighting

HOSHI Collection

Nico Cot

Recycled Pendant Lighting

Designed by: Tom Skeehan, SKEEHAN studio Commissioned by: Stylecraft Designed in: Australia www.skeehan.com.au

Designed by: German Jauregui Commissioned by: Mycot Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia www.mycot.com.au

Designed by: Adrian Lawson Design Commissioned by: Adrian Lawson Designed in: Australia www.adrianlawson.com.au

Made of 100% resin recyclable material (LLDPE) with a new clean fighter technology, this cot provides a safe and functional environment to sleep. The cot is soft to touch, easy to keep hygienically clean and will not splinter. The cot transforms into a toddler bed, increasing its function beyond a standard cot.

The design of this pendant shade range is the result of seeing old wooden venetian blinds being discarded and ending up in landfill. The design features a clever slat ring to hold the wooden slats in a variety of shapes and sizes. All the packaging can be recylcled and the pendants can be easily dismantled and recycled.

HOSHI is calm, inviting and honest. Providing comfort and a tactile response, its character lies in the subtle articulations and negative space between each compositional element paired with generous materials and textures.

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Hardware and Building

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Hardware and Building

AEG 18V Brushless Outdoor Range

Bcompact Hybrid Stairs

Designed by: Techtronic Design, Carter Wong, Frankie Lam, Terry Lau, Steven Lau Commissioned by: Techtronic Industries Designed in: Hong Kong

Designed by: Zev Bianchi Commissioned by: Bcompact Design Designed in: Australia www.bcompact.com

AEG’s 18V Outdoor Range delivers immediate and consistent peak power, providing a professional grade ‘grunt’ you would expect from petrol powered devices without all the hassle and downtime.

Bcompact Hybrid Stairs is a unique take on your standard staircase or ladder. This product is able to fold all its steps flat up against the wall or feature it is attached to. The most obvious function is to save space and secure access to different levels.

DN8000 High Performance Self Latching MultiPoint System Designed by: Doric Products Commissioned by: Doric Products Designed in: Australia www.doric.com.au The Doric High Performance Self Latching Multi-point System, DN8000 is the first awning window multi-point system designed for the Australian market. This product is a world first at automatically closing and latching an open awning window under damaging wind loads.

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Hardware and Building

EGO POWER+ Brushless Hedge Trimmer

Enware Wellbeing Tapware Range

Industrica Tapset

Designed by: CHERVON (China) Commissioned by: CHERVON (China) Designed in: China www.egopowerplus.com.au

Designed by: Enware Design Team, Jose Ramirez, Dennis Chang, Yevgen Kripak, Chen Li, Jason Hinds Commissioned by: Enware Designed in: Australia www.enware.com.au

Designed by: The Brodware Design Team Commissioned by: Brodware Designed in: Australia www.brodware.com

The EGO POWER+ Brushless Hedge Trimmer is one of the most powerful cordless products of its kind. With an industry, leading 33mm cut capacity, a 5-position adjustable handle and a high-performance high-efficiency 2 speed brushless motor, it is designed to deliver exceptional trimming performance and a quality finish.

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Enware™ Wellbeing is designed to address the needs of the aging user. Intuitive and familiar in functionality, the Wellbeing™ range ensures ease of use through combining ergonomic principles, tactile materials, contrasting colours and bold geometric shapes to optimise user comfort, strength and capabilities.

Inspired by the Industrial Era, the detailed and authentic Industrica Collection embraces natural materials, architectural lines and an organic quality expressing a modern aesthetic of knurled surfaces and rumbled textures. Industrica’s unique design language flows seamlessly throughout the range bringing cohesion and sophistication to kitchens and bathrooms in every home.


Good Design® Selection - Product Design Hardware and Building

Nido Bath

Ryobi 36V Brushless Pressure Washer

Smoke Alarm Safety Switch

Designed by: Marco Tallarida Commissioned by: Rotal Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia

Designed by: Techtronic Design Commissioned by: Techtronic Industries Designed in: Hong Kong www.ttigroup.com

Designed by: 2linkinnovations Pty Ltd Commissioned by: 2linkinnovations Designed in: Australia 2linkinnovations.com.au

Ryobi 36V Brushless Pressure Washer delivers incredible performance and market leading innovation in the pressure washer category. The washer runs off two 36V batteries housed in a fully sealed compartment to ensure a fully water-proof seal during use. Intelligently integrated into the design is an automatic soap dispenser for ease of use.

The Smoke Alarm Safety Switch (SASS) is an innovative switch that fits into an electrical switch board and cuts off the power feed during a fire. With electricity one of the major causes of house fires, SASS stops a fire before it becomes self fuelling. Once a potential fire is detected, the smoke alarm communicates with the SASS and shuts power off at the source.

Bathing is a fundamentally different experience. More than just washing - it is something that heightens the senses, giving a pleasurable purpose. Nido, meaning ‘nest’, is symbiotic between the act of bathing and pure relaxation. Through various materials, Nido connects emotional comfort experience, creating a bold statement in a modern bathroom.

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Hardware and Building

Strongcast Meter Assembly Kit Designed by: Infinity Design Pty Ltd, Strongcast Pty Ltd Commissioned by: Strongcast Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia www.strongcast.com.au The Strongcast Complete Meter Assembly Kit is an innovative and versatile water meter solution that saves water, labour and installation time. By reducing the number of connection points and simple installation in multiple applications, the kit provides genuine benefits to the water utility, plumber and homeowner.

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Housewares, Fashion and Objects

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Housewares, Fashion and Objects

19 Degree Aluminum Collection - The Art of Intelligent Design

Harvest Case

Punk by Nachtmann

Designed by: TUMI Commissioned by: TUMI Designed in: USA www.tumi.com

Designed by: Katapult Design Pty Ltd Commissioned by: iBark Designed in: Australia www.ibark.com.au

Designed by: Anka Buchmann Commissioned by: Nachtmann Designed in: Great Britain www.nachtmann.com

The 19 Degree Aluminum Collection features cutting-edge design with strategically sculpted angles set against meticulously-crafted aluminum. 19 Degree is the pinnacle of travel gear, forged with unmatched precision and masterfully combining form, function and innovation that elevates the travel journey like never before.

Harvest Case has been developed to curb the flow of millions of phone cases into the waste cycle. Made from Eco-Certified Australian hardwood and an impact resistant resin developed from non-GMO corn starch, the Harvest_Case will break down in a home compost unit in just nine months.

Punk is the result of a 2016 design project with Central Saint Martins, London. Design student, Anke Buchmann used her school’s encouragement of unconventional creativity to form the basis of her unique design. Coinciding with the 40th anniversary, Punk features four distinctive yet affordable products: tumbler, long drink, martini glass and carafe.

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Housewares, Fashion and Objects

Rado Ceramica Designed by: Konstantin Grcic + Rado Commissioned by: Rado Designed in: Switzerland www.rado.com A minimalist watch icon has been reborn: the Rado Ceramica, known for its striking linear shape and visionary use of high-tech ceramic, has been redesigned by renowned Industrial Designer Konstantin Grcic. In this new design, one of Rado’s most recognisable timepieces has been revamped with modern flair and manufacturing methods.

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Medical and Scientific

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Medical and Scientific

AirFit™ F20 and AirTouch™ F20 Full Face CPAP Mask Systems

AirFit™ N20 Nasal CPAP Mask Systems

Breathe Well

Designed by: The AirFit™ F20 Design Team - ResMed Ltd, The AirTouch™ F20 Design Team - ResMed Ltd Commissioned by: ResMed Ltd Designed in: Australia www.resmed.com

Designed by: The AirFit™ N20 Design Team, ResMed Ltd Commissioned by: ResMed Ltd Designed in: Australia www.resmed.com

Designed by: Design + Industry Commissioned by: Respiratory Innovations Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia www.breathewell.co

Designed to provide ResMed’s widest fit range, the Airfit™ N20 delivers a mask that targets being easy to fit, comfortable and provides great visual freedom. The cushion, frame and headgear are light, flexible and soft. Magnetic clips, colour cues and material selection combine, delivering a product to be desired, not required.

Breathe Well is an interactive, wireless medical device that enables patients to help improve their own cancer treatment, simply by breathing. Breathe Well shows patients how to adjust their breathing in real-time to allow the therapeutic radiation beam to more accurately target cancers near the chest and abdomen.

With two cushions, the AirFit InfinitySeal™ silicone and AirTouch UtraSoft™ foam interfaces deliver the high level of performance ResMed is renowned for in its full face products. Simple interchangeability between cushion sizes and types enable a tailored patient experience.

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Medical and Scientific

DreamStation Go

Kanso® Cochlear Implant Sound Processor

PhotonBlade

Designed by: Philips Design Team Commissioned by: Philips Designed in: USA www.philips.com

Designed by: Cochlear Design and Development Team, Input from Blue Sky Design Group Commissioned by: Cochlear Limited Designed in: Australia www.cochlear.com

Designed by: Meyerhoffer Commissioned by: Invuity Designed in: USA meyerhoffer.com

DreamStation Go is an ultra-portable CPAP system half the size of the regular ones with the same ‘gold standard’ therapy used by over 4M patients every night. It is critical for CPAP patients to remain active and engaged in sleep therapy when travelling.

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Kanso is a smart, simple and discreet offthe-ear cochlear implant sound processor. Featuring a robust, all-in-one design, it is easy for recipients to use. For clinicians, the design has few parts to manage and troubleshoot, optimising clinical time. Kanso is the smallest and lightest offthe-ear sound processor on the market.

The PhotonBlade combines three surgical needs in one tool: cutting, coagulation and illumination. The proprietary cutting blade delivers bleeding control and less scarring, improving healing. The advanced illumination allows the surgeon to work more quickly and safely. PhotonBlade is an affordable, versatile medical tool, that works in any operating environment.


Good DesignÂŽ Selection - Product Design Medical and Scientific

TruScreen Ultra Designed by: TruScreen Pty Ltd, ide Group Commissioned by: TruScreen Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia http://truscreen.com TruScreen Ultra is a wireless handheld cervical cancer screening device that provides patients with immediate, accurate results. It offers a new approach to cervical screening, resolving many of the ongoing issues with Pap tests including failed samples, poor patient follow up, patient discomfort and the need for supporting laboratory infrastructure.

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Sport and Lifestyle

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

360 Swing Set

DING FL1 LED Bike Light

Designed by: Vuly, D3 Design Commissioned by: Vuly Designed in: Australia www.vulyplay.com

Designed by: Des Burns Commissioned by: Design Brains Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia www.db1.com.au

The 360 swing set from Vuly is a modular outdoor play set like no other. 360 takes the concept of a play set and turns it into a reliable backyard fixture that families can enhance and customise over time - rather than a temporary toy that quickly deteriorates.

DING enables the rider to be seen better from all angles whilst riding at night. The downward beam projection provides a safety light shield around the cyclists. The direction and speed of the rider is much better recognised and judged at night with DING. The two-beam combination is a world first.

kkdu plum bike buggy and rack Designed by: Charlwood Design Commissioned by: kkdu plum pty ltd Designed in: Australia www.kkduplum.bike The kkdu plum is a 2-wheeled bike trailer that attaches simply and quickly to a hitch on a bike rack. It can then transition in seconds to a 3-wheeled cart, and back again, encouraging decreased car use by providing a solution to increasing the amount that can be transported by bike.

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

Maxi Cosi Luna Car Seat

Projecta Power-Hub

Satisfyer Pro Penguin

Designed by: Ideation Design Commissioned by: Dorel Australia Designed in: Australia www.maxi-cosi.com

Designed by: Brown and Waston International Design Team Commissioned by: Brown and Watson International Designed in: Australia www.projecta.com.au

Designed by: Inhouse Design Commissioned by: EIS GmbH Designed in: Germany www.satisfyer.com

The Maxi-Cosi Luna is a Type-G car seat (fully harnessed from 6 months to approx. 8 years) designed from the groundup by an Australian team specifically for Australian families. The Luna car seat has been certified to the highest level of safety and delivers intelligent design with world first technology.

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Projecta Power-Hub is an innovative portable power device, providing versatility and flexibility to a host of applications where power is required off-road and off-grid. Offering a pure sine wave inverter, multiple accessory connections, 2.4” colour screen with patented battery monitoring capability, the Power-Hub is the ultimate off-grid portable power source.

The handy design of the Satisfyer Pro Penguin especially impresses newcomers to sensual solo play with its cute shape and simple use. The curved head on this pressure wave vibrator creates neverexperienced-before climaxes with 11 different programs. The rechargeable batteries make it ready for any adventure.


Good Design® Selection - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

Strider Compact™ Deluxe Edition Stroller

STS Stirrup Irons - Space Technology Safety

T600 H2O Outdoor Activity Radio

Designed by: Britax Australia Commissioned by: Britax Childcare Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia www.britax.com.au

Designed by: Intelligent Inventions Limited, Luke Cole and Company ColeTEK Commissioned by: Intelligent Inventions Designed in: Australia www.iiwinners.com

Designed by: Motorola Solutions Innovation Design Team Commissioned by: Motorola Solutions Designed in: Malaysia motorolasolutions.com

The STS Race Irons is a revolutionary new race stirrup iron targeted primarily at the racing industry for jockeys. Its unique design incorporates an extended and elevated platform for better foot support and balance, improved foot tread to help prevent foot slipping and a unique attachable adjustable Velcro safety strap.

The T600 H2O Series two-way radio connects active outdoor users. With a 35 mile range, it is designed for emergency and personal communication. The device integrates unique safety features including emergency notification, a built in water activated flashlight and the ability to float ‘face up’ for an indefinite time period.

To celebrate its 10 year anniversary, the Steelcraft Strider Compact™ has been released in a stylish Deluxe Edition featuring a leatherette look handle and arm bar as well as new fashions. A fully loaded stroller with Thermo5™ high performance fabric delivering ultimate comfort with a sophisticated look and feel.

Good Design® Selection - Product Design Sport and Lifestyle

The Original Funky Monkey Bar

Ultima 215 LED Driving Light

Designed by: Funky Monkey Bars Commissioned by: Funky Monkey Bars Designed in: Australia www.funkymonkeybars.com

Designed by: Brown and Watson International Design Team Commissioned by: Narva Designed in: Australia www.ultimaled.com.au

The Original Funky Monkey Bar is the world’s first free-standing, height adjustable, fully modular monkey bar designed and manufactured in Western Australia. The modular nature of the Original makes it the perfect starting point and allows young families to add a multitude of accessories to keep kids outside, active and healthy.

The heavy duty Ultima 215 with its hybrid beam pattern is the brightest lamp in its class, producing 10,500 lumens of smooth white light. The Active Thermal Management System enables it to drive LEDs harder for longer without damage, whilst interchangeable trims enable 12 unique appearances for users’ own signature look.

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Commercial and Residential

Good Design® Selection - Architectural Design Commercial and Residential Architecture

Central Plaza One Ground Floor Lobby Lighting Upgrade

Chaos in Black and White

Qantas Brisbane International Lounge

Designed by: Haron Robson, Lightmatters, Aurora Ltd and Philips Dynalite Commissioned by: ISPT Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia www.haronrobson.com.au

Designed by: HER-YU Architecture & Interior Design Commissioned by: Private Client Designed in: Taiwan www.heryu-design.com.tw

Designed by: Geyer Commissioned by: Qantas Airways Limited Designed in: Australia www.qantas.com.au

Central Plaza One is an office building in Brisbane, designed by Japanese architect Kurokawa Kisho. The Lobby upgrade refreshed a 1990's space using light. New lighting changed its appearance, perception and the energy used. We vary the nature, amount and dynamics of light, creating an experience that changes with each visit.

The designer magnifies the views to different spaces by combining black and white. He builds up a living space with comfort and diversity, which correspond to the contemporary spirit of living, in a simple appearance by utilizing different parts of lines that physically and visually become the elements in the residence.

The Qantas Brisbane International Lounge draws on local and regional influence, every bespoke architectural detail hints at the natural beauty of Queensland's regions while being a modern and contemporary space. With spectacular views of the tarmac, flexible works zones, signature dining options, and a focus on health and wellbeing, this new lounge sets a new standard of luxury for customers.

Good Design® Selection - Architectural Design Commercial and Residential Architecture

Taichi Designed by: Kris Lin Commissioned by: KLID (Kris Lin International Design) Designed in: China Two blocks in façade design; one is dark color, the other is light color; they stand for two elements that are “Yin” and “Yang” of Tai Chi respectively. These two blocks are In Opposition To Each Other but Mutual and Harmonious Existence, and they are integrated to become a complete one.

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Interior Design

Good DesignÂŽ Selection - Architectural Design Interior Design

67 Albert Avenue Chatswood

Dropbox Sydney

Indeed Meguro

Designed by: HDR | Rice Dauney Commissioned by: Corval Designed in: Australia

Designed by: Gensler Commissioned by: Dropbox Designed in: Australia

Corval wanted a lobby that lifted the perception of the building and signalled the quality of focus the new owner offered to the building and its tenants. The design sought to update the visual aesthetic of the lobby, increase the amount of natural light into the upper level and creating a place to dwell.

The space's clean sightlines, craftsmanship, thoughtful mix of furniture and finishes, and abundant use of plants and natural materials coalesce to create a truly homey yet functional ambiance.

Designed by: Cosmos More Co.,Ltd. Commissioned by: Cosmos More Co.,Ltd. Designed in: Japan www.cosmosmore.co.jp Indeed Meguro, a second engineering base in Japan, is a unique collaboration between the latest ergonomics furniture and Zen spirits. You will feel peaceful atmosphere as soon as you walk in. Combination of sound absorbing materials, soft color scheme and indirect lighting at open space created serene office.

Good DesignÂŽ Selection - Architectural Design Interior Design

Secret Garden

The Artistic Residence

Times Ocean Club House

Designed by: Kris Lin Commissioned by: KLID (Kris Lin International Design) Designed in: China

Designed by: 9.oak Design Commissioned by: Private Client Designed in: Taiwan

Designed by: Kris Lin Commissioned by: KLID (Kris Lin International Design) Designed in: China

The project is a high-end tea house which offers social elites a place of relaxation, gathering, communication and business negotiation. The tea house adopts a membership system which guarantees the privacy of customers, so it is named the Secret Garden.

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The ink and wood artworks, coexist in the same space, represents two artistic conceptions, one of which indicates the dialogues between ink and walls, and the other displays the conversations between utensils and space integrated in the client's life style.

The whole design features the lines consisted of dots and a surface consisted of lines, then a three-dimensional space consisted of surfaces in different angles. Every line and every surface is something which is carefully carved by the sculptor and the final interior space design itself is an artwork.


Urban Design and Public Spaces

Good DesignÂŽ Selection - Architectural Design Urban Design and Public Spaces

Puli Garden

Rhodes Peninsula Open Space Master Plan

Designed by: Sun Gardening Design Commissioned by: Private Client Designed in: Taiwan www.czcj.com.tw

Designed by: Corkery Consulting Commissioned by: City of Canada Bay Designed in: Australia www.corkeryconsulting.com

Puli Township, a picturesque place, is surrounded with green hills, clear waters and scattered villages, which make this place extremely beautiful and attractive. Beside the main road, an unadorned but thick stone wall contains a place planted with trees with dark green shades, an attractive and delicatelydesigned wonderland in modern world.

Rhodes Peninsula Open Space Master Plan provides an integrated network of recreation and cultural facilities to meet community needs in a dense new urban centre. Design concepts prepared for all sixteen open spaces provide a vision for diverse recreation and community activities by people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.

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Branding and Identity

Good Design® Selection - Communication Design Branding and Identity

Evergrande Kindergarten

Menghai County

PepsiMoji Campaign

Designed by: Dongdao Creative Branding Group Commissioned by: Evergrande Education & Technology Co., Ltd. Designed in: China

Designed by: Dongdao Creative Branding Group Commissioned by: Menghai Municipal Government Designed in: China

Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation Commissioned by: PepsiCo Designed in: USA

Evergrande Kindergarten is mainly engaged in preschool education. By considering children’s instincts and preschool education characteristics, we tried to experience a child’s wonderful world and created the logo from the perspective of children.

Menghai county is a region that contains beautiful natural scenary and diverse ethnic cultures. It is located in Yunnan province in South West China. In 2016, Dongdao Creative Branding Group was commissioned by the Menghai municipal government to design the image of the county.

As an innovative and engaging way to increase single serve sales, PepsiCo offers its own provocatively fresh take on a cultural phenomenon with the creation of PepsiMoji. Now there is a new medium for Pepsi drinkers across the globe ”both the young and young at heart” to express themselves with their favorite beverage.

Good Design® Selection - Communication Design Branding and Identity

The New WeTransfer.com

World Masters Games NZ Office Interior

Designed by: WeTransfer Commissioned by: WeTransfer Designed in: The Netherlands www.wetransfer.com

Designed by: 485 Design Commissioned by: World Masters Games 2017 Ltd Designed in: New Zealand www.worldmastersgames2017.co.nz

WeTransfer.com is not your average homepage. Two key factors in it’s success are the product’s ease-ofuse and aesthetic appeal. We needed a brand identity that reflected the ideas of creative excellence and the craft behind it and the collaborative, straightforward, nature of the service.

Sport is an art-form highlighting skill, craft and genius - the Master Stroke. Through this expression we applied expressive paint to 28 sport objects and installed them throughout the office as works of art. Each one carried a story of an unforgettable sporting moment. An interior celebrating the ‘love of sport’.

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Packaging

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Almo Milk

Detpak KFC Go Bucket

Fijian Jiu Chinese Medicinal Liquor Packaging

Designed by: Rob Cameron and Michele Agar Commissioned by: Almo Milk and Cream Consulting Designed in: Australia www.almomilk.com.au

Designed by: Detmold Launchpad, Andrew Good, Max Hughes, Graphics by Redcactus Design Commissioned by: KFC Australia Designed in: Australia www.detpak.com

Designed by: Dabin Yao Commissioned by: Ningbo Haishuo Biotechnology Co.,ltd Designed in: China www.dongshuo-bio.com

Almo Milk is the first Australian grown long life almond milk to support 140 Australian Almond Growers and work AlmondCo, with the Co-op of Australia. It was born out of a need for a premium quality almond milk that contained more almonds and no questionable additives.

Evoking the aesthetic of KFC’s iconic bucket, the Go Bucket is a single-serve bucket with lid to package fried chicken snacks with chips for portable consumption. Features to enhance food quality and user experience include gills on the side of the bucket and holes in the lid for ventilation.

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Chinese Medicinal Liquor is designed to have a nourishing effect on men. The packaging design of this Liquor uses masculine colors such as black and gold to highlight the stregth and power of men, and the triangular figure represents a visual impression of a man with fortitude and robust character.


Good Design® Selection - Communication Design Packaging

Lay’s Year of the Monkey

LIFEWTR: Series 1

Skin and Tonic

Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation Commissioned by: PepsiCo Designed in: China

Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation Commissioned by: PepsiCo Designed in: USA www.lifewtr.com

Designed by: Milk NZ Ltd Commissioned by: API Consumer Brands Designed in: New Zealand www.skinandtonic.nz

The brand’s biggest equity - the label - will serve as a platform for emerging and developing artists to be seen and discovered on a broad scale, and their work will serve as a spark of creativity, dose of inspiration and creative uplift.

We tapped into the modern trend of cold pressed juice aesthetics and chose a transparent bottle to let the product speak for itself. The brand and pack modernity feels credible, authentic and fun, with the key messages of revitalisation, health, wellbeing and skin hydration coming through loud and clear.

This limited edition Lay’s packaging celebrates the Chinese New Year by featuring iconic monkey-faces that reinterpret the legendary zodiac sign in a relevant and youthful way.

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Print

Good Design® Selection - Communication Design Print

Design Thinking Method Cards (eBook) Designed by: Methodry Pty Ltd, Nathan Baird, Kyely Williams Commissioned by: Methodry Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia www.methodry.com We wanted to share the great tools for innovating that we’ve discovered, created and refined over 18 years of practicing and embedding innovation. For us it’s about maintaining the integrity of the methods as innovation becomes more mainstream, without being protective or elitist. To do this we assimilated a set of 40 tools, that come from decades of practicing innovation, years of workshops and hours of client partnerships and collaborations across multiple industries and continents.

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G20 Summit Designed by: Dongdao Creative Branding Group Commissioned by: G20 Preparation Commission Designed in: China www.g20.com The 2016 G20 Hangzhou summit was the eleventh meeting of the Group of Twenty. It was the first ever G20 summit hosted in China and the second in Asia after 2010 G20 Seoul summit hosted in South Korea. We designed the brochure and gift for this summit.


DESIGN STRATEGY 2017 GOOD DESIGN SELECTION

ARENA A-Lab Designed by: ThinkPlace, Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), University of Technology, Sydney, Marchment Hill Commissioned by: Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) Designed in: Australia A-Lab draws on a network of people with a range of expertise and passion to make systemic change in the electricity sector. A-Lab provides space for these people to explore and define solutions to the most complex challenges of integrating renewable grids, combining their respective strengths and building momentum for change.

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App Design

Good DesignÂŽ Selection - Digital Design App Design

Genesis Energy Mobile

GetStacked

Weploy

Designed by: Alphero Commissioned by: Genesis Energy Designed in: New Zealand www.alphero.com

Designed by: Appster Pty Ltd. Commissioned by: M4L, Inc. Designed in: Australia www.getstackedapp.com

Designed by: Paper Cloud Commissioned by: Weploy Designed in: Australia www.weployapp.com

Genesis engaged Alphero to help put the customer at the heart of everything it does via a mobile app. The app empowers the customer to manage their own energy usage, thus improving engagement and provides a smooth, clean experience for both users and Genesis staff through improved processes.

An app built by weightlifters, for weightlifters. Stacked will help you build muscle, get strong and lose fat faster. Weightlifting workouts become smoother and more accurate and the app monitors your body composition. Unlike other weightlifting apps, GetStacked is uncluttered, clean, elegant and easy to use.

With the goal of changing the way the world looks at employment, Weploy is the fastest and simplest on-demand staffing platform that connects employers directly to a community of pre-vetted and readily available candidates.

Game Design and Animation

Good DesignÂŽ Selection - Digital Design Game Design and Animation

ANZ Breakpoint Designed by: Deloitte Digital Australia Commissioned by: ANZ Designed in: Australia ANZ Breakpoint is a digital installation of three projected game booths, designed to be as immersive for the individual players as it is for the audience. In 2017 ANZ partnered with Deloitte to create a unique experience that was bigger, better and would get fans talking.

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Interface Design

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AutoMed System

Gidget

Zen HQ

Designed by: UI and UX (Local Peoples and AutoMed Systems) Commissioned by: AutoMed Systems Designed in: Australia www.automedsystems.com.au

Designed by: Planet Innovation Pty Ltd Commissioned by: Genea Biomedx and Merck as ART Innovations Designed in: Australia www.geneabiomedx.com/Gidget

Designed by: Planet Innovation Pty Ltd Commissioned by: Zen Ecosystems Inc. Designed in: Australia www.zenecosystems.com/zenhq

TheAutoMed System offers the full range of reception functions including phone and online appointments, check-ins, payments, real-time Medicare claims and follow-up appointments. The software evolves and responds to practice needs and delivers quality, efficiency, reliability, cost savings and ultimately improved patient care.

Gidget is a customizable witnessing and workflow management system which identifies and tracks human samples throughout assisted reproductive treatment. By transitioning from manual to electronic witnessing in clinical and laboratory procedures, clinics can be assured peace of mind, increased efficiency and streamlined auditing approvals.

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Zen HQ is a cloud platform for managing heating, lighting and energy consumption for enterprises with multiple premises across the country. Developed in conjunction with real users, the intuitive interface brings together powerful tools for reducing energy costs, all within an easy-to-use system that can deliver immediate energy savings.


Web Design and Development

Good Design® Selection - Digital Design Web Design and Development

CA ANZ Website Design and Build

Paymark Insights

Venuelife

Designed by: Deloitte Digital Australia Commissioned by: Chartered Accountants ANZ Designed in: Australia www.charteredaccountantsanz.com

Designed by: Alphero Commissioned by: Paymark Designed in: New Zealand www.alphero.com

Designed by: Morgan and Hoppitt Pty Ltd Commissioned by: Venuelife Systems Pty Ltd Designed in: Australia www.venuelife.com

Deloitte Digital developed a new digital style guide and website design for Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand and ensured that the goals identified by members could be met through a simple, modern user-experience.

Alphero helped Paymark transform raw transaction data into beautiful and powerful visualisations delivering up-todate sales and transaction / loyalty data to the fingertips of their 80,000+ merchants via an easily accessible dashboard. The dashboard provides merchants with usable and nsightful data, empowering them to make decisions in their business.

Venuelife is a cloud based management application for conference and camp venues. A strategic investment in design has delivered unprecedented breadth, capability and ease of use. It is an –all-ofvenue” application, with a class leading booking engine at the core and a suite of optional modules extending the feature set.

Good Design® Selection - Digital Design Web Design and Development

Women Talk Money Designed by: Thick Commissioned by: Women’s Information and Referral Exchange Inc. (WIRE) Designed in: Australia www.womentalkmoney.org.au Women Talk Money is an initiative of WIRE (Women’s Information and Referral Exchange, a generalist women’s support agency). We developed the site to deliver financial literacy content for women, using interactive videos to allow women to practice having difficult conversations and short quizzes to validate learning.

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Education Services

Good Design® Selection - Service Design Education Services

It's Your Move, Design Thinking Curriculum Designed by: ThinkPlace Commissioned by: ACT Government Designed in: Australia www.thinkplaceglobal.com 88% of high-school students are not getting enough exercise and one in four children are overweight or obese. ThinkPlace was engaged to develop the IYM curriculum, an elective that teaches design thinking and entrepreneurship, focusing on health in their schools and communities.

Public Sector Services

Good Design® Selection - Service Design Public Sector Services

MyMSD Designed by: Alphero Commissioned by: Ministry of Social Development Designed in: New Zealand www.alphero.com MyMSD embodies a new, client-driven approach to service delivery by putting agile, iterative, client-centred design into practice to create a mobile online service that’s accessible and easy to use. Clients can do their transactions where and when it suits them, and MSD saves staff time and effort.

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Good DesignÂŽ Selection - Social Innovation

122 Roseneath St

Global Sisters

HERO Condoms

Designed by: Local Peoples, Assemble Projects Commissioned by: Assemble Projects, Wulf Projects, Icon co Designed in: Australia www.122roseneath.com.au

Designed by: DDI Australia Commissioned by: Global Sisters Designed in: Australia www.globalsisters.org

Designed by: HERO Commissioned by: HERO Designed in: Australia herocondoms.com.au

Global Sisters is a not-for-profit that provides women with mentorship, business advice and an e-commerce platform to harness their potential and accelerate an idea into a thriving business. We gave this collective a look worthy of its inspiring social cause led with a brutally simple wordmark and journalistic photography.

HERO Condoms is a socially and environmentally responsible condom company that operates on a 1 for 1 philosophy, whereby for every condom sold in Australia & New Zealand, one is donated in Botswana - contributing to the fight against HIV/AIDS and helping to save lives.

By adapting the principles of human centered design, Local Peoples created a framework for marketing off-the-plan apartments that resulted in 80% of contracts signed on the first day of launch. By creating spaces where sustainability and the lived experience of inhabitants is central the approach changed the way people thought about small footprint living.

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Good Design® Selection - Social Innovation

Making a Safe Home (MaSH)

Nepal Innovation Program

Social Ventures Incuabator

Designed by: Second Road, Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) Commissioned by: FACS Designed in: Australia secondroad.com.au

Designed by: Julian O’Shea, Nripal Adhikary Commissioned by: Laika Academy Designed in: Australia / Nepal www.laikaacademy.com

Designed by: Business Models Inc, Suhit Anantula, Michael Eales, Ben Hamley Commissioned by: City of Adelaide Designed in: Australia www.cityofadelaide.com.au

MaSH’ is an –in-home” care program, an alternative to bringing children into care or enabling them to return home rather than staying in care. It balances practical home support with parents accepting accountability for areas of parenting improvement/development, where families help to design their goals, actions and the service supports needed.

The Nepal Innovation Program is higher education re-designed. This engaging global program is a multi-week educational initiative for university students from around Australia to learn from local innovators while working on real-world issues in rural Nepal. Participants learn about community development, post-earthquake reconstruction and humanitarian design while collaboratively solving local challenges.

Good Design® Selection - Social Innovation

Vanguard Laundry Service and Career Development Centre Designed by: MinterEllison Commissioned by: Social Ventures Australia and Purpose Enterprises Limited Designed in: Australia www.minterellison.com Vanguard, an ACNC registered charity, is a collaboration of 50+ organizations delivering outsourced laundry services to St Vincent’s Health in Toowoomba, Queensland. Its vision: build/own/operate the largest industrial laundry of its kind in the region. The challenge: structure/resource a start-up social enterprise to deliver this bold vision.

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The Social Ventures Incubator Program (SVIP) is one of the first of its kind in Australia. It is designed around Business Models Inc’s systematic, evidencebased methodology to help startups and their teams to successfully develop and implement new business models that combine the planet, people and profits.


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GOOD DESIGN. GREAT SOUND. RØDE VIDEOMIC PRO+

On-Camera Shotgun Microphone With best-in-class innovations like digital switching, built-in battery door, rechargeable battery and -10dB safety channel, the all-Australian-made RØDE VideoMic Pro+ is more than a premium on-camera microphone. It is where form, function and the market meet. Tell your story, with RØDE.


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2017 YOUNG AUSTRALIAN DESIGN AWARDS Rewarding our next generation of young designers and innovators The Young Australian Design Awards, proudly supported by RĂ˜DE Microphones, is a national design award for young Australian designers, engineers, innovators and entrepreneurs. The Awards were created to inspire the next generation of Australian designers and to help foster a culture of design, innovation and creativity in Australia. Entrants to the Awards have an opportunity to win Awards and cash prizes in the following categories: 1 Young Designer of the Year Award - $3,000 2 Design Innovation Award - $1,000 3 Design Technology Award - $1,000 4 Design Sustainability Award - $1000

2017 Young Australian Design Awards Jury Murray Hunter

Founder and Chief, Design + Industry

Sun Kyung Sunwoo

Lead Project Manager, New Product Development RĂ˜DE Microphones

Dr. Brandon Gien

CEO, Good Design Australia Senator, World Design Organization (WDO)

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Young Designer of the Year Award 2017

e-motion Designed by:

Lilian Hambling, University of New South Wales

e-Motion is a range of e-textile menswear garments that investigate the use of wearable technology to create a new form of non-verbal communication for males. It does this by measuring physiological data from the body such as pulse, muscle tension and proximity, and expresses it as dynamic light displays.

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Design Innovation Award 2017

HUG : Self Regulation System for Children with Autism Designed by:

Era Camilet, University of New South Wales

Hug is a system that aids children with autism in self-regulation. The wearable tracker monitors the child’s stress levels which the carer could keep track off through a mobile app. The hug shield subsequently then guides them through breathing exercises and can be wrapped around the child to comfort them.

Design Technology Award 2017

Stride: Running Coach Designed by:

Jessi Wilkinson, University of New South Wales

Stride Running Coach is a wearable virtual coach concept for runners exercising outdoors. Stride revolutionises the fitness device market through its innovative application of sensor technologies within the Heart-Rate monitoring earbuds, wearable Sensor Pod, and Muscle-Tech running tights. Stride teaches you to enhance your technique and performance while minimizing injury.

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Design Sustainability Award 2017

Dynamics in Impermanence Designed by:

Nicole Larkin, University of Sydney

‘Dynamics in Impermanence’ is a temporal birch plywood pavilion. The project follows an unconventional approach towards design and making. Design and fabrication have been fused and undertaken singularly as one creative process. The form is a product of the precision milling process and lithe material properties of birch plywood.

2017 Finalists

Activ Elastomeric Infusion Pump

Caradon – Powerlife

Commbi – Patient Centric Communication Tool

Designed by: William Mason, Queensland University of Technology

Designed by: Colan Luo, University of New South Wales

Designed by: Victor Bejan, RMIT

Activ is a disposable one channel elastomeric infusion pump designed to be used in conjunction with outpatient chemotherapy treatment. The medication is filled into the pump via a syringe within a controlled facility. This is then driven via an elastomeric bladder into the patient intravenously via a medical port.

Caradon is designed to promote people to ride bikes. In most cases extra storage is very limited and to carry that extra load can be a burden. This is where Caradon, an electric powered bike trailer helps make life easier.

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Commbi was designed to facilitate three-way communication between hospital staff, patients and their family and friends and improve the overall patient treatment experience.


2017 Finalists

Daichi Interactive Air Purifier

Lx: Mitigating SAD with a Light-Emitting Garment

Roofus – The Layout Magician

Designed by: Tracy Ng, University of Technology, Sydney

Designed by: Christine Lugtu, Monash University

Designed by: Sean Pepper, Peel Tafe WA

The Daichi Interactive Air Purifier changes the meaning of existing air purifiers from a stationary product to an interactive device that encourages user engagement to clean the air. The product warns users of the air quality, which enables them to take responsibility for the air they breathe in domestic spaces.

The objective of this design project is to find a new way to cope with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) with the use of bright light therapy. The eyes are exposed to safe amounts of light for a specific and regular length of time.

Roofus is a tool that greatly simplifies the task of measuring and marking out angles in general woodworking and in particular roofing construction. Roofus replaces and improves upon a bevy of traditional tools including combo square, sliding bevel, protractor, speed square and level in a single easy to use tool.

2017 Finalists

Scrap Snacks

Sports Dry

Designed by: Greta Saggus, University of New South Wales

Designed by: Christopher Wong, Monash University

Scrap Snacks is an at-home system that up-cycles kitchen food scraps into a valuable alternative resource: healthy food for your animals. Scrap Snacks converts food waste, through an innovative system of blending, extruding and dehydrating, into nutrient rich pet food treats or a supplementary dry food.

There is a worldwide problem for athletes to efficiently manage their equipment. Sports Dry is a portable solution for managing and drying equipment from perspiration and weather moisture. The design was born from the need of over 300+ global ice hockey players who requested the production of this design.

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