The finalists for the 2008 Australian International Design Awards have been officially selected and were notified today. Miele, Breville and RADO are amongst the finalists in the Consumer category, while UCI Design and Fuse Design have been listed at finalists in the Furniture category. The Qantas First Lounge by Marc Newson also made the cut […]
March 25th, 2008
The finalists for the 2008 Australian International Design Awards have been officially selected and were notified today.
Miele, Breville and RADO are amongst the finalists in the Consumer category, while UCI Design and Fuse Design have been listed at finalists in the Furniture category.
The Qantas First Lounge by Marc Newson also made the cut in a league of its own- as the only finalist in the Public Space category.
The overall coveted design award will be announced at a formal event on Friday March 30 in Sydney.
Click here to see the full finalist list designawards.com.au
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