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Matthew Harding and Rowan Turnham

Industrial design students showcase at world-renowned fair

Two industrial design students from Monash Art Design and Architecture (MADA) have exhibited their Exo Light Series at the iconic furniture fair, Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano. Rowan Turnham...

Bernie Walsh

Monash makes splash at Suzhou design expo

Monash was well-represented at the First Suzhou Industrial Design Exhibition with staff and students from the Master of Industrial Design course demonstrating technology and work from Australia and China. The...

Tom Grech on the track

Racing is in the blood for this design student

Monash University student Tom Grech has a history in racing. Growing up around motorsports, Tom’s own interest first started with his father’s involvement in the management of several V8 supercar...

Target 2030 Winners, Tania Romano, James Roberton, Ali Jafari, Minister Dalla-Riva, James Patrick, Beichen Nan, Sam Karopoulos, Todd Linnett

Designing today's car of the future

Three budding automotive designers from Monash have won the top prize across three award categories in the prestigious Target 2030, design the car of the future competition. Monash Industrial Design...

One of the child restraint prototypes

The art and science of design

Industrial design students are showing how a harmonious blend of functionality and aesthetics can help combat road fatalities and sleep disorders. In a recent exhibition under the direction of industrial...

Ribbon 4

Wrapped up in Ribbon

An amazing portable combination heating and cooling device, designed by Monash University Industrial Design student Enzo Kocak, has claimed second place in this year’s international Electrolux Design Awards. Ribbon, was...

Christina Heggie Mass Rescue Board 2011

Monash students named finalists in the Australian Design Awards

Three Monash industrial design students have been named finalists in the most influential design event of the year, the Australian Design Awards – James Dyson Award. Jonathan Liow, Christina Heggie...

The Reach and Match allows blind children to learn while exploring their environment

Designer’s play mat a touching story

A Monash industrial design student has developed an interactive play set which helps visually impaired children learn the basics of Braille and develop their motor skills. Concerned by the lack...