Australian Design Index Exhibition
The Australian Design Index exhibition features more than sixty objects selected as good design for the Australian Design Index.
The index was an initiative of the Industrial Design Council of Australia to record products awarded Good Design Awards. In the 1960s and 1970s these award winning products were displayed at Australian Design Centres in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.
Curated by Ian Wong from Monash University and funded by a research grant from The Alistair Swayn Foundation, the exhibition will be 3D scanned and presented as a 3D virtual exhibition and permanent online archive.
Visiting Covid Safe
- You are required to wear a fitted face mask that covers your nose and mouth at all times while on the Monash University campus. Please note that face shields on their own do not meet government requirements.
- The building is fitted with automatic sliding doors into the exhibition. This ensures a touch free experience when visiting our exhibitions.
- Due to space capacity limitations, you may have some delays to enter the buildings or certain rooms.
- Upon arrival at the exhibition, use your mobile phone to scan the QR code and follow the prompts, staff will be on hand to assist you.
- Guidance on how to proceed through the exhibition will be provided upon entry, as well as clearly signposted throughout the exhibition spaces.
- If you do not have a mobile phone, please leave your name and contact details with the staff at the entrance to the exhibition to support contact tracing.
- There is nothing in the exhibition that requires touching or physical interaction.
- Monash is undertaking enhanced cleaning of the Caulfield campus and hand sanitiser dispensers are available throughout the building.
- Please do not visit if you’re unwell, have experienced cold or flu symptoms in the last 14 days, or have returned from overseas in the last 14 days. For further information about travel restrictions visit DHHS