Designers, submit your entries to the 2011 Australian International Design Awards by Thursday 31 March.
March 17th, 2011
Submission of entries to the Australian International Design Awards 2011 is still open, but not for long! Thursday 31 March is your last chance to get your entry in for consideration.
The Australian International Design Awards are one of the oldest and most respected design awards in the world.
M8 Intensive Care by Howard Wright Ltd – 2010 Design Award of the Year
Independent and highly regarded, the Australian International Design Awards make both the design industry and wider community sit up and take notice of the quality and innovation of products and services entering the market each year – and the results of this attention are far-reaching.
Emotiv EPOC by 4design – 2010 Design Award, Consumer
“The program has the potential to shape the future economic, social, cultural and environmental aspects of our great country,” said Awards Patron, His Excellency Michael Bryce.
Cochlear Nucleus 5 System by Cochlear & Blue Sky Design – 2010 Design Award, Medical & Scientific
Entering the Australian International Design Awards gives designers extensive media exposure, presence at local and international exhibitions and trade shows, peer recognition and networking opportunities within the industry.
Many of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of architectural and interior products have already submitted their entries for 2011 – such as the Yves Béhar SAYL chair, pictured at the top of this piece.
If you are a designer with a product or service falling under the categories of consumer, business and technology, medical and scientific, automotive and transport, sport and leisure, housing and building, heavy machinery, architectural and interior products – don’t miss your chance to receive this most notable of accolades.
Faraway by Ludovica + Roberto Palomba – 2010 Design Award, Architectural & Interior Products
For more information on how to enter, visit the Australian International Design Awards website.
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