Finalists in the 2011 Australian International Design Awards (AIDA) will be presented in a public exhibition for the first time from 21-24 July in Melbourne.
July 21st, 2011
Each year, The Australian International Design Awards (AIDA) recognise top innovations from companies that differentiate their products and services through design.
Presented by Good Design Australia, it’s the country’s biggest design recognition program, encompassing products as diverse as cars, medical devices, cooking utensils, building tools, toys and furniture, all of which go in the running to receive the coveted Good Design or Design Award accolade.
Qantas Next Generation Check In
Herman Miller Arras
Crinia C7 Wireless Headset
Air New Zealand Sky Couch
For the first time ever, all 127 finalists in the 2011 program will be on display to the public in a dedicated exhibition, held in Melbourne’s Royal Exhibition between 21 and 24 July as part of the annual State of Design Festival.
EcoSmart Fire Stix
Philips Fidelio Docking Speaker DS 9000
OXO Good Grips Pre-filled Syringe for Rheumatoid Arthritis
ILVE Epsilon Island Rangehood
It’s a chance to see products that have changed, and have the potential to change, the way we live for the better, through the power of excellent design.
Dyson AO3 Airblade hand dryer
ResMed Mirage FX Nasal Mask
“Promoting the value of good design among consumers and businesses is a key objective of Good Design Australia,” explains Brandon Gien, Managing Director of Good Design Australia.
“Hosting our first ever public exhibition of all finalists is an important step in raising consumer awareness of good design and positively influencing the behaviour of Australian consumers.”
The Seaglass Project Tuna
SAYL for Herman Miller
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