Anthony Caggiano guides us through this year’s South Australian Design Awards
November 17th, 2010
A year of South Australian creativity and design innovation was celebrated at the 2010 Design Institute of Australia – The Laminex Group South Australian Design Awards in Adelaide on Saturday, November 13.
Over 50 entries were submitted in the categories of built environment, object and visual communication with 12 receiving a gold or silver award.
The Adelaide Zoo played host to the awards night as its Entrance Precinct by HASSELL received the Gold Award for Built Environment and the President’s Award.
Patch Theatre Company’s brand relaunch by Black Squid
There was no Gold award for the Object category but Fingo’s Pro Roller Bucket took home Silver.
Student awards were issued in the Object and Built Environment categories as UniSA industrial design student Kieran Ball received Gold for his Tannin lounge chair and UniSA interior architecture student Erin Depledge received Gold for her Bridging the Gap project.
Kieran Ball’s Tannin lounge chair
Erin Depledge’s Bridging the Gap Project
Silver was awarded in the Visual Communication category to the following:
Two projects were awarded Silver in the Built Environment category:
Stephanie Lague’s ’The Life Aquatic’ and ’Bridge of Seven House: House of Douter’ by Corina Cannell both received Silver in the Built Environment – Student Award category.
Stephanie Lague’s The Life Aquatic
Corina Cannell’s Bridge of Seven House: House of Douter
The People’s Choice award wen to Hames Sharley for their fit-out of 4 floors, including 2 front of house tenancies at the Public Trustee’s new office.
The South Australian design scene has seen much political change this year with a state and federal election and the introduction of the ZeroWaste recycling and waste avoidance initiative and Integrated Design Commission – and this is on top of the financial turbulence with the global financial crisis.
Design Institute of Australia
The Haus, Hahndorf by Enoki
Golding label by Working Images
Playford Alive Sales & Information Centre by Martins Integrated and Memaké
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