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2015 Melbourne Design Awards

spaces, objects, visual, graphic, digital & experience design
design champion, best studio, best start-up & best supplier
plus over 40 specialist categories

accelerate transformation, celebrate courage
growing demand for design

 

Key Dates

25 August 2015 - Earlybird Deadline
7 September 2015 - Standard Deadline
28 September 2015 - Extended Deadline
29 September 2015 - Judging & Ratings
5 October 2015 - Rating closes
6 October 2015 - Winners announced
13 October 2015 - Awards Presentation

Silver, Gold & Best of Winners Announced

🕒 24/10/2014

Winners of the prestigious 2014 Melbourne Design Awards have been announced by design100 Founder & CEO, Mark Bergin at the University of Melbourne, Faculty of Architecture’s new state-of-the-art Melbourne School of Design facility.  

The coveted Best of awards were announced with the accolades as follows: Design Champion – NAB for the 2nd year running, Best Start-up – Yousili, Best Studio less than 5 – Immediacy, Best Studio  5 – 20 Principals and Best Studio 20+ architecture firm McBride Charles Ryan leading the way with two gold and one silver award winning projects.

“The depth in the 2014 awards has been remarkable, across 34 categories we’ve awarded 100 winners” said Mr Bergin. With a focus on the design economy, Mr Bergin remarked “a primary goal of the awards is to also provide recognition to the commissioners, who recognise that design is the premise of accelerating business and have the courage to honour their convictions by commissioning new design projects. We’re proud to acknowledge their important role in the design equation.”

Silver category winners include The Design Wall – NGV by Carter LeAmon, Paragon – Vive Group, Coles Mobile Wallet by Outware, MPavilion - Naomi Milgrom Foundation by Sean Godsell Architects, Happy Valley Shop by Harley Vincent Architect, Escala Partners by Molecule and Gold Creation Cinema – Museum Victoria by Eness, Glowpear™ Urban Garden, Start the Conversation – Alfred Health by Immediacy,  Monash University Wayfinding by Buro North, Feast of Merit by YGAP, Ewart Leaf and Biasol Design, The Quays – MAB Corporation by McBride Charles Ryan and NAB Smart ATM Illustration by Principals.

Mr Bergin thanked and commended Advisory Panel members for their ongoing support as ambassadors and curators in addition to their judging role.  

Now in its 5th year, The Melbourne Design Awards is the founding program in the [city] design awards, started in Melbourne and now in 7 cities including New York, London, San Francisco and Hong Kong.  “From the outset this was a global platform, with Melbourne roots. What better city to launch a global design initiative than Melbourne.” said Mr Bergin “These are exciting times ahead and we are committed to connecting the global design community and showcasing to the world Australian design talent.”

For media or showcase enquiries contact:
Mark Bergin – Founder & CEO
mark@design100.com  
0418 565848

Winners List 
http://melbournedesignawards.com.au/mel14/winners_list.asp 
Image Gallery
https://www.facebook.com/MelbourneDesignAwards/photos_stream 
High Res Images
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/cs2blwa3ua24fpy/AAD5FS_cLETSlFNzCdB5SL2ra?dl=0 

2014 Melbourne Design Awards Advisory Panel
http://melbournedesignawards.com.au/mel14/advisorypanel.asp 

About design100
design100's mission is to celebrate the courage of those who commission design and those who create it. design100 provides a collaborative platform of award programs across three continents, supported by the world’s most creative minds and organisations. It prides itself on accelerating the transformation to a design-led marketplace; one that understands that tomorrow is the result of yesterday’s courage. Each design100 award program acknowledges that we live in a marketplace where the quality of our design choices should be a mix of sound commercial understanding and courageous, relevant design. design100's unique difference is to recognise the courage of both those who commission design and those who create it. Professional development of practitioners has been well catered for by industry bodies. design100's focus is to also accelerate the development of those who commission design. 



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