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    Australia's best new furniture designs revealed at Vivid

    Nicholas Rider

    A timber bench, a wooden shelf, an energy efficient light source and a sleek timber pendant have been announced as the Vivid 2016 winners at the Vivid Awards Ceremony at Decor + Design in Melbourne. 

    The Vivid design competition is known for unearthing the next generation of design talent. Five awards have been presented across five different categories – Furniture Award, Furniture Concept Award, Lighting Award, Lighting Concept and Vivid Colour Awards. The winners received prize money, along with exposure to the design industry. 

    Vivid 2016 featured over 50 finalists, with a large judging panel that included experts such as Ross Didier (Didier), Emilia La Forgia (Artemide Lighting), Emma Telfer (Office For Good Design) and Filip Bjazevic (Latitude Group)

    The winners and all finalists will be showcased throughout Decor + Design from 21-24 July 2016 at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.

    WINNERS

    FURNITURE AWARD

    Pinch Noir by Bryan Cushcush_bryan_pinchnoir_image_product_hires.jpg

    Image: Double Edge PR

    Pinch Noir is a timber bench capable of seating up to three people. The piece is to be used as an entry hallway bench or coffee table and is designed for storing and displaying magazines.

    FURNITURE CONCEPT AWARD

    Ondalé by Alexsandra Pontoniopontonio_alexsandra_image_ondale_highres.jpg

    Image: Double Edge PR

    Inspired by the modern classics, Ondalé is the result of a personal investigation into traditional joinery and cold pressed lamination. The piece is made from factory off-cut veneer, finished with plant based materials and natural wax.

    LIGHTING AWARD

    Pylite by Daniel TreacyTreacy_Daniel_Pylite_Image_Design-Product_hir.jpg

    Image: Double Edge PR

    Influenced by opaque, interlocking crystals called Pyrite, Treacy designed a modular lighting element that can scale from small individual luminaires, to vast customised arrays for feature installations.

    LIGHTING CONCEPT AWARD

    Assegai Pendant by Adam MarkowitzMarkowitz_Adam_image_product_hires_R.jpg

    Image: Double Edge PR

    The Assegai Pendant uses Markowitz's fine furniture training to sculpt a sleek timber pendant to provide task lighting for contemporary residential and commercial spaces.

    VIVID COLOUR AWARD

    Pylite by Daniel TreacyTreacy_Daniel_Pylite_Image_Product_hires.jpg

    Image: Double Edge PR

    Influenced by opaque, interlocking crystals called Pyrite, Treacy designed a modular lighting element that can scale from small individual luminaires, to vast customised arrays for feature installations.

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