Find out who is a finalist in Australia’s Launch Pad Design Competition.
June 26th, 2008
The Launch Pad 2008 live finalist judging took place on June 16. The esteemed panel of judges had the opportunity to see, touch and discuss the short-listed products together, sharing their knowledge and expertise.
Held at the Source One warehouse in Altona, the Source One team went above and beyond expectations by transforming their warehouse into a mini gallery.
The following list of Launch Pad finalist products and designers will now go on to be exhibited at Melbourne Museum from 16th July – 10th August.
Bam Bam Baby, by Andrew Grigor
Cup & Jug, by Andrew Simpson
10 degrees, by Austin Brandon & Daniel Scott
Sink, by Austin Brandon & Daniel Scott
Melee, by Brad Stebbing
Small One, by Chris Byrne
C Chest, by Clive Robinson
Rai Fruit Rack, by Daniel So
Xai Scalable Table, by Denver Cramer
Jax Box, by Denver Cramer & Liely Faulkner
Finn Light, by Dhiren Bhagwandas
Freight Pouf, by Dhiren Bhagwandas
Bica-e-papel, by Gary Galego & Huseyin Sami
Woven Structure, by John Quan
Twilight, by Keith Melbourne
Invader coffee table, by Kristian Aus
Flap Bowl, by Malcolm Thomas
Flat Jack, by Ross Gardam
Ply High, by Ross Gardam
SHELL stools, by Ross Nicholls & Greg Scott
Butterfly, by Stuart McFarlane
Light 67, by Stuart Williams
Miranda’s chest, by Walter Rauchenwald
Geometry wall clock, by Walter Rauchenwald
Read more at www.launch-pad.com.au
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