Australia’s Good Design Awards 2019 have now been announced! So who won?!

At last, we Australia’s Good Design awards for 2019 have been announced at a glittering awards evening in Sydney on the 11th July. Approximately 700 initiatives were evaluated, inspected and judged throughout the ten design disciplines inclusive of architecture, communication, digital, fashion, service, strategy, engineering and social impact.

Inventia Rastrum 3D Bioprinter designed by means of Inventia Life Science and Design+Industry bagged the coveted pinnacle award – Good Design Award of the Year. The 3D Bioprinter builds 3D cell structures that would be used to check a number of therapies, with the ultimate purpose to even print a remedy for cancer.

Mirvac received the Best Commercial and Residential Design for Harold Park in Glebe, Sydney. The Best Interior Design went to HCD Impress for Shenzhen iCarbonX Lecture Hall in China. At the same time, the Best Urban Design was awarded to Turf Design Studio for Central Park Public Domain in Chippendale, Sydney. In the product layout category, Best Furniture and Lighting turned into provided to Sway designed via Nick Rennie for Made with the aid of Pen. The Electrolux Kitchen Range gained within the Best Domestic Appliance category.

Sharon Gaucci, Executive Director, General Motors turned into the introduced winner of the inaugural Women in Design award class for being the primary Australian lady to hold this position. As for the Good Design Award for Sustainability, Rangerbot, the underwater robot – designed by using QUT and Designworks and commissioned via the Great Barrier Reef Foundation – gained for helping save and protect the reef.

Speaking approximately the winners, Dr Brandon Gien, CEO, Good Design Australia, said, “The Australian Good Design Award winners this year are an inspiring representation of the future. At the heart of all the triumphing projects is a problem (huge or small) that turned into solved thru clever, considered and significant design so as to have a positive effect on our lives and our planet.” – Green Magazine 255 of the 378 prevailing entries have been designed in Australia.