Acclaimed industrial design consultancy from Brisbane, CMD, already have eight Australian Design Awards under their belt. 2008 brings the opportunity to take their winnings up to ten.
May 20th, 2008
The Brisbane boys from CMD Design are preparing for what may be a very momentous night on the 30th May.
The Australian International Design Awards will be presented in Sydney, and with two products nominated, the team are praying for just as many wins, and they have very good reason.
Having been awarded eight Australian Design Awards over the past years, this year brings the opportunity to take the number up to ten, coinciding beautifully with a very significant anniversary for CMD. 2008 marks their tenth year in business.
Made up of 11 highly-talented industrial designers, the all-male CMD squadron specialise in the design and development of cool, innovative products.
With the chance to win ten Australian design awards in ten years, we wish you all the best of luck boys! indesignlive.com is cheering for you.
Back Row from left to right: Mark Gilroy (Studio Manager), Christian Ruediger (Senior Design Consultant), Neil Davidson (Design Manager), Shaun Crossman (Senior Design Consultant), Brian Henshaw (recently left the company – Industrial Designer), Geoff Bywater (Senior Design Consultant),
Front Row from left to right: Sam Canning (Senior Design Consultant), Craig Mounsey (Managing Director), Leo Yip (Industrial Designer).
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