These two South Australian’s have certainly packed a lot into a short timeframe. Graduating as Industrial Designers in 2007 they have already worked for the likes of Marc Newson, staged exhibitions in London and Tokyo, won the 2010 Bombay Sapphire Design Discovery Award, been listed by Wallpaper* as ’Design Graduates To Watch’ as well as the Blueprint Award at 100% Design London
November 8th, 2012
Your top 3 influences.
D. Food, SBS POP ASIA, Adelaide
E. Snack Packaging, Children’s books, Stationery Shops
The moment you knew you wanted to be a designer.
D. 2nd Year of University (2004)
Favourite local landmark/building.
D. Malls Balls (in Rundle Mall)
E. Harts Mill (in Port Adelaide)
Favourite international landmark/building.
D. Prada building (Tokyo)
E. BT Tower (London)
Biggest career moment.
D & E. Winning Bombay Sapphire Design Discovery Award
Dream project to work on (real or imaginary).
D. Iphone 23
E. something that involves glitter and Christmas
Dream person to collaborate with.
D & E . Hermes
Favourite decade of design.
D & E. Now
D. Standard, Vitra, Jean Prouvé
E. Eames Rocker, Herman Miller, Eames
#1 concern for the design industry in the coming decade.
D & E. Money & Lack of Originality
Which items in the workplace can you not live without?
D. Cruise FM
E. Frankie (our Sausage Dog) constant source of entertainment and distraction.
The most unusual/interesting thing about the way you work.
D & E. we eat copious amounts of popcorn and dance a lot
Daniel • Emma
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