Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this year’s search for design excellence and the biggest celebration of design in 2015.
March 13th, 2015
The countdown is on to be a part of this year’s Good Design Awards. With entry to Australia’s longest running design awards closing next week, Friday 20 March, we have already seen an amazing calibre of innovative design coming through across seven major Design Categories.
GOOD DESIGN FORUM: DESIGN AS STRATEGY, 28 MAY 2015
Keynote Speakers announced for this year’s Good Design Forum: Design as Strategy. The Forum is a high-level symposium featuring some of the biggest names in the world of design, business, industry and government. Speakers at this year’s Forum will share their insights into how design can be used as a strategic tool to help drive better business, long-term sustainability, enhanced customer experiences, a better and more sustainable society and environment – by design. Speakers include: Carolina Quintana, United Nations (EU), Dick Powell, Seymourpowell (UK), Casey Hyun, Hyundai (S.Korea), Chris Wilkinson OBE, WilkinsonEyre Architects (UK), Larry Keeley, Doblin (USA). Tickets to this sell-out event will go on sale shortly. See full list of confirmed speakers here.
2015 GOOD DESIGN FESTIVAL – THE PAVILION DARLING HARBOUR 27-30 MAY
Australia’s premier design festival is for anyone interested in the transformative power of design. The Good Design Festival showcases and celebrates the very best in design, innovation and creativity in Australia and proudly hosts the Good Design Awards Gala Night, the Good Design Forum, the Good Design Showcase and the Good Design Lounge. The 2015 Festival program will be announced in the coming weeks – in the meantime, block the dates in your diary!
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