TASMANIAN ARCHITECTURE AWARDS 2015

The annual Tasmanian Architecture Awards recognised the finest accomplishments of Tasmanian architects. This year, over 20 projects have been entered for consideration. Awards were judged

DESIGNING CRAFT / CRAFTING DESIGN: 40 YEARS OF JAMFACTORY

In 2013 JamFactory celebrated 40 years of nurturing and promoting contemporary craft and design in Australia with the landmark exhibition Designing Craft/Crafting Design: 40 Years

INDECO IN THE MAKING – TWO DECADES OF DESIGN

  Indeco, a contraction of INnovative DEsign COmpany, was established in 1992 in the idyllic surrounds of Swan Point on the West Tamar. Created by

THINK BIG – LIVE LIGHT EXHIBITION

The Think Big - Live Light project, developed by Design Tasmania, is one of a series of projects that brings together designers and manufacturers to research

THE CLARENCE PRIZE

Clarence City Council launched the biennial Clarence Prize for Excellence in Furniture Design in 2007.  The Prize is an acquisitive exhibition open to Australian designers

DESIGN TASMANIA AWARD 2015

The winners of the 2015 Design Award were announced at Design Tasmania on Friday 28th of November as part of the Summer in design launch.

SUMMER IN DESIGN 2014

The Summer in Design Launch Party kicked off four stunning exhibitions including In The Making - 30 Years Tasmanian Glass Blowers, Fabricate - Contemporary Jewellery,

WINTER IN DESIGN 2013

The Design Tasmania Winter in Design included three exhibitions; the Design Tasmania Wood Collection, Stories Through Form and the National touring Wood: art design architecture

AUTUMN LAUNCH 2013

The Launch was a wonderful celebration of local produce, people and design. The two major shows that made up our Autumn in Design programs were

WOOD COLLECTION

The Design Tasmania Centre is home to the iconic Design Tasmania Wood Collection. Established in 1991, the Collection highlights the beauty of Tasmania’s indigenous timbers

BRAD MOSS, TALKS BEYOND 2013

Image Credit © Peter Whyte Photography

TASMANIA + MONOCLE

This is a great introduction to the people that contribute to Tasmania's reputation as a creative, diverse and innovative place. In 2012 Monocle Magazine spent