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2019 South Australian Good Design Award winners announced
Best in Class: Fusion Capital Advanced Mobility Hub. Design Strategy


SYDNEY.- Three South Australian projects have been awarded the highest accolades for design innovation at Australia’s peak industry design awards which were announced on 11 July 2019 at the 61st annual Good Design Awards Ceremony.

The Social Impact Award was awarded to Family by Family: a network of families supporting families to make lasting change in their live which was commissioned by the South Australian Government. The Design Strategy Award was awarded to Fusion Capital Advanced Mobility Hub, an Adelaide-based enterprise focused on cross-pollinating design, engineering and manufacturing opportunities. Fusion is parent company of Brabham Automotive who have also been awarded two Good Design Awards in Engineering and Automotive for their Brabham BT62 hyper car.

The Product Design Medical Scientific Award was awarded to the APAS Independence developed by a South Australian company Clever Culture Systems. Revolutionising diagnostic laboratories by automating the screening of Petri dishes used to culture patient samples in the detection of disease, the APAS Independence reads culture plates three times faster than a microbiologist, screening 200 plates per hour, achieving major time savings for labs and facilitating faster patient results.

Other notable South Australian entrants who all won Gold Awards included Spacetalk all-in-one children’s smartphone, watch and GPS tracker; Clipsal Iconic electronic accessories; Clipsal Zen Fan and the Edison Programmable Educational Robot by Andrew Rogers which is designed to be a complete STEM teaching resource for coding and robotics education for school-age students.

Commenting on the Good Design Awards South Australian entrants Paul Huxtable, SA’s Good Design Ambassador and Awards Judge said, “The quantity and quality of South Australian entries this year were outstanding. This year South Australian entries represented over 6% of total entries, compared to 2% the previous year, and an amazing 20 Good Design Award winners, reflecting a growing awareness of the power of design as an economic strategy for South Australia.”

The coveted top award, the Good Design Award of the Year was awarded to the revolutionary Inventia Rastrum 3D Bioprinter that is helping to cure cancer, with the inaugural Women in Design Award going to Sharon Gaucci, the Executive Director of Industrial Design at General Motors, the first Australian woman to hold this position. The Good Design Award for Sustainability was awarded to RangerBot, an underwater robot that is helping save the Great Barrier Reef.

Australia’s Good Design Awards is the oldest and most prestigious international awards for design and innovation in the country. The Awards celebrate the best new products and services on the Australian market and reward emerging areas of design including business model innovation, social impact and sustainability. The 2019 Awards attracted a record number of submissions with nearly 700 projects evaluated spanning 10 design disciplines including architecture, communication, digital, fashion, product, service, strategy, engineering and social impact.

Dr Brandon Gien, CEO of Good Design Australia commented that, “The Australian Good Design Award winners this year are an inspiring representation of the future. At the heart of all the winning projects is a problem (big or small) that was solved through clever, considered and meaningful design that will have a positive impact on our lives and our planet,” said Dr Gien.

The Good Design Award of the Year was awarded to Inventia Rastrum 3D Bioprinter, designed in Australia by Inventia Life Science and Design+Industry. The 3D Bioprinter is helping to cure cancer by building 3D cell structures which are then used to test a range of therapies. The impact of this on patient experience is potentially life changing. The Rastrum builds the cell structure using advanced microfluidics, creating a more accurate structure to test immunotherapies on. The speed of delivering 3D cell models means researchers can conduct significantly more experiments, screen thousands of treatment drugs and effectively turbo-charging their research into cancer treatment. It has the potential to revolutionise biomedical research and to print tissues, skin and organs in the future.

The inaugural Women in Design Award attracted more than 60 nominations, with an international jury panel of esteemed experts awarding the accolade to Sharon Gauci from General Motors. Ms Gauci was appointed to Executive Director, Industrial Design at General Motors in January 2018 and is responsible for leading a creative team of over 180 people in many of GM’s studios across the globe including North America, Australia, Korea, Brazil and China. The Women in Design Award was established this year in response to the significant gender imbalance within leadership roles in the design and creative industry, and to recognise and celebrate women who have made significant contributions to the industry.

Celebrating its tenth year in recognising the highest level of sustainable design practice, the Good Design Award for Sustainability went to RangerBot, designed by QUT and Designworks and commissioned by the Great Barrier Reef Foundation. RangerBot is the world’s first vision-based underwater robotic system designed specifically for coral reef environments. It empowers reef managers, researchers and community groups with intuitive, customisable and affordable robotic tools to upscale underwater monitoring of the Great Barrier Reef, control marine pests like Crown-of-Thorns Starfish and monitor and map reef health indicators like coral bleaching and water quality.

The Next Gen category was awarded to Gekko Trax AnyTerrain, invented by wheelchair user Huy Nguyen, 34, and his business partner Ryan Tilley, 22, who spent two years developing the lightweight, packable wheelchair tracks. The over-tyre fits around the standard on-road 24" wheels of a wheelchair and adapts them to navigate sand, soft grass, snow and other soft, off-road terrains.

In the three Architectural Design categories, Best Commercial and Residential Design went to Mirvac for Harold Park in Glebe, Sydney, a project which incorporates seven innovative new residential buildings, anchored by adaptive reuse of the heritage tram depot and integrated with 3.8 hectares of new public parkland. Best Interior Design went to HCD IMPRESS for Shenzhen iCarbonX Lecture Hall in China and Best Urban Design to Turf Design Studio for Central Park Public Domain, in Chippendale, Sydney, which sits at the heart of the former Carton and United Brewery, surrounded by a built fabric of some of the city’s oldest workers’ cottages, terraces and warehouses.

In the Product Design category, Best Furniture and Lighting went to Sway by Nick Rennie and Made by Pen, a floor lamp which is not tethered to any power cable or outlet and is completely free to move about. Best Domestic Appliance was awarded to Electrolux Kitchen Range and Best Consumer Electronics to Owlet Smart Sock 2 Baby Monitor, a miniature pulse oximeter that wraps around a sleeping baby's foot and wirelessly monitors a baby's heart rate and oxygen levels. Best Automotive and Transport went to Hyundai’s Kona Electric, Australia’s first 100% electric small SUV.

Communication Design winner was Sans Forgetica, a new free typeface that helps improve our memory. Commissioned by RMIT University and designed using principles of psychology to improve retention of written information, it is believed to be the world’s first typeface created using psychological and design theories in order to help memory retention, breaking enough conventions and engaging the reader into remembering the textual content.

Other notable accolades include the Fashion Impact award won by G-Star Raw’s Most Sustainable Jeans and the Indigenous Designer Award won by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Career Pathways Service. The Good Design Team of the Year was awarded to the Caroma Design Team led by Dr. Steve Cummings and the Australian Design Prize was awarded to Professor Mark Armstrong who helped design the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Torch.

Of this year’s 378 Good Design Award recipients, 255 were designed in Australia and 123 from overseas. The Awards attracted innovative entries from all corners of Australia and the world, including Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, the Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand and the USA.






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