What do we covet, keep and reference as contemporary examples of great design?
WORKSHOPPED19 showcases the very best in new Australian design by emerging and established designers, and opens at Australian Design Centre (ADC) on 14 June.
38 designers have been selected this year with entrants answering the brief: Fit for Purpose. 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?
The annual WORKSHOPPED exhibition has presented the work of over 450 Australian designers through 18 exhibitions. ADC and Workshopped have joined together in 2018 to present the exhibition and awards at the ADC in Darlinghurst.
Awards will be presented for the WORKSHOPPED19 winning design, along with a people’s choice, mentorship and other awards to be announced. Follow the links below for more detail on our exhibition activities, including artist tours, industry events and opening night.
Alexander Ghent | Alisa Newey | Angus Easthope | Arthur Koutoulas | Benjamin Jay Shand & Nicolas Locane | Ben Styles | Bianca Papadopoulos | Cathy Cao & Nicholas Tay Meng-Kiat | Calum Hurley | David Beck | David Mennie | Dora Ferenczi | Elisa Bartels | Ella Williams | Forough Najarbehbahani | George Shvili | Helen Chen | Ian Bromley | Isabella Lowe | Jeanie Mulligan | Jordan Fleming | Jordan Leeflang | Julian Richardson | Kate Swinson | Kathleen Prentice | Kenan Wang | Michael Hoppe | Mitchell Mooney | OFFICE & the Culpra Milli Aboriginal Corporation | Rhys Cooper | Ruby Clarke | Sarah Tracton | Sari Tredinnick | Seaton McKeon | Simon Forsyth | Xue Lun Yeong | Yiqing Pei
Australian Furniture, Lighting and Object Design
Exhibition: 14 June to 24 July 2019
Australian Design Centre, 101 -115 William Street, Darlinghurst
Join us at the Australian Design Centre to celebrate the opening of WORKSHOPPED19.
When: Thursday 13 June, 6-8pm
Where: Australian Design Centre
Free event, however spaces are limited. RSVP
About WORKSHOPPED and Australian Design Centre
The annual WORKSHOPPED exhibition has presented the work of over 450 Australian designers through 18 exhibitions and been viewed by over 650,000 people. The exhibition is a platform for emerging and established product, furniture and lighting designers. Established in 1964, Australian Design Centre (ADC) is one of Australia’s most innovative arts organisations. ADC is a not-for-profit organisation that creates opportunities for people to engage with design, craft and creativity through dynamic and high-quality touring exhibitions and workshops.