Australian Furniture Design Award 2020


When: Registration now open, closes 15th November 2019

Website: Australian Furniture Design Award 2020

 

Entries are now open for Australia’s most significant furniture design award! The National Gallery Victoria (NGV) and Stylecraft present the Australian Furniture Design Award 2020 as part of Melbourne Design Week. Designers are invited to make submissions responding to the Melbourne Design Week 2020 theme ‘How can design shape life?’ to be judged by an industry jury.

Open to all Australian designers and makers, the biennial award fosters Australian designers and makers through professional mentoring, commercial production opportunities and a $20,000 prize. This award particularly focuses on celebrating furniture design in Australia with an emphasis on the ideas, critical and creative thinking, and research that explores new design and production processes.

Please register via the NGV website

Elliat Rich   Standing place  from the Other places series 2018  tasmanian Oak 162.0 × 112.0 × 34.0 cm Australian Furniture Design Award Winner 2017 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Elliat Rich
Standing place from the Other places series 2018
tasmanian Oak
162.0 × 112.0 × 34.0 cm
Australian Furniture Design Award Winner 2017
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Elliat Rich   Standing place  (detail) from the Other places series 2018 tasmanian Oak 162.0 × 112.0 × 34.0 cm Australian Furniture Design Award Winner 2017 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Elliat Rich
Standing place (detail) from the Other places series 2018
tasmanian Oak
162.0 × 112.0 × 34.0 cm
Australian Furniture Design Award Winner 2017
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Elliat Rich   Tall place  from the Other places series 2018 tasmanian oak 150.0 × 38.0 × 34.0 cm Australian Furniture Design Award Winner 2017 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Elliat Rich
Tall place from the Other places series 2018
tasmanian oak
150.0 × 38.0 × 34.0 cm
Australian Furniture Design Award Winner 2017
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne