WORKSHOPPED18

21 June – 25 July 2018

Image credit: Shapes and colours, pink with wood, Photo: We Are MAD

WORKSHOPPED18 showcases the very best in new Australian design by emerging and established designers

What do we covet, keep and reference as contemporary examples of great design?
WORKSHOPPED18 showcases the very best in new Australian design by emerging and established designers. It follows the work of 40+ designers through concept, meaning, materiality, manufacture and resolution.
Visit this year’s designs on exhibition at Australian Design Centre as WORKSHOPPED continues its important role mentoring industrial designers and championing manufacturing of Australian furniture, lighting and objects.

Entrants answered the brief: does the chair, table or lamp do what you’d hoped it would? Is it comfortable, functional, do you smile when you look at it?

Selected designers:
Adrian Lawson | Adrian Olasau | Angus Forbes | Arthur Koutoulas | Ben Rivett | Brooke Zhang | Ceri Frahm | Kajewski-Miller | Connor Mairs | Daniel Gunston | Daniel Tucker | Darren Fry | David Tate | Dean Toepfer | Don Corey | Dylan Morgan | Eggpicnic | Erin Marsh | Felix Grech | Gilbert Riedelbauch | GRANDEZA | Ian Dryden | James Dutton | Jordan Ruchalski | Kurt Bouvy | Liam Fleming | mcdermottbaxter | Mac Nordman | Marc Harrison | Mark O’Ryan | Martina Wylie | Michael Hoppe | Michael Papanikolaou | Nicholas Tay Meng Kiat & Cathy Cao | Olive Gill-Hille | Orest Danylak | Rhys Cooper | Tim Robertson | Tom Emmett | Tony Milic | Vincent Buret | Zev Bianchi | Zhixin Zheng

Awards will be presented for the best designs in the emerging and established categories, along with a people’s choice and other awards to be announced.

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Getting to: Australian Design Centre

101-115 William Street
Darlinghurst, NSW 2010

Opening Hours

Tuesday- Saturday

11:00 to 04:00

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