Who Did That is a creative design business owned and operated by Loz Aberton. Based way out on the Carlton Bluff on the southern coastline of Tasmania, Loz creates the Grandelier lamps made from carbonised bamboo and hoop pine. Read the interview here
The Australian Timber Design Awards are in its 11th year, and the entrants this year do not disappoint. Designers from around the nation have submitted a wide range of outstanding timber creations for judging by a panel of experts. You have a chance to vote for your favourite creation too in the Peoples Choice Awards.
Whether you’re a graphic designer, filmmaker, street artist, musician, fashion designer, illustrator – you can apply to RYD2010 for the chance to head overseas and work with some of the UK’s finest.
If you’re one of the 5 winners, your pockets will be lined with $8k, airfares will be payed-for and the British Council will help you out by designing a professional development program tailored to your professional dreams and aspirations.
Entries are now open and close 6pm Friday 18 June 2010
April 22, 2010 to April 24, 2010
Occupying an entire hall of the Sydney Exhibition Centre, Design for Sustainability’s feature area will spotlight an array of exhibitors who will display sustainability at its finest.
Part of the designEX exhibition held in Sydney
Includes an award for Environmentally Sustainable Design. Entry submissions will be accepted until Friday 12 February 2010.
Set to recycle the success of Melbourne’s Greenhouse project, multi-disciplinary creative Joost Bakker has shipped his eco-friendly eatery to Western Australia.