Experts from all over the world will be joining in the debate to establish some of the hottest talents in the Australian design industry. Industrial design experts from New York, Seattle, New Zealand, the Netherlands and Japan will join forces with Australian practitioners in the final round assessment of the Australian Design Awards 2010. “We are very […]
March 2nd, 2010
Experts from all over the world will be joining in the debate to establish some of the hottest talents in the Australian design industry.
Industrial design experts from New York, Seattle, New Zealand, the Netherlands and Japan will join forces with Australian practitioners in the final round assessment of the Australian Design Awards 2010.
“We are very excited to be able to showcase Australian ingenuity, innovation and design excellence to these international design figureheads,” said Stephanie Pemberton, Program Director of the Australian International Design Awards.
Stefanie Kubanek from New York’s Pentagram Design; Andrew Hartman, Design Director from Philips Design Netherlands; Kazuo Tanaka from Tokyo-based GK Design Group; Mark Elmore of New Zealand’s Fisher & Paykel and John Barrett from award-winning Seattle design studio Teague will bring their international expertise to the 2010 judging panel.
The 2010 Australian International Design Awards Final Round Assessment will take place in Sydney from Monday 1 March to Friday 5 March.
For full biographies of 2010 Judging Panel click here.
Australian International Design Awards
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