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GM’s Product-Design team combined its automotive and cycling expertise to create two innovative, integrated and connected eBikes that address the needs of urban commuters. The ARĪV Meld eBike and ARĪV Merge folding eBike combine simplicity and intuition to become exceptionally compact designs, allowing for easier transit and more convenient storage.
RangerBot is the world’s first vision-based underwater robotic system designed specifically for coral reef environments. Its unique design and intuitive user interface provides end-users (coral reef mangers, researchers, and community groups) with a targeted, affordable and reconfigurable solution for upscaling monitoring and management of reef ecosystems worldwide.
With dual-utility and bold aesthetics, this sophisticated and functional pendant lighting collection promises more than meets the eye. The Acustico Lighting 'Musica' Collection is the first of its kind, test results reveal it absorbs 30 per cent of sound. It promises an improved visual, lighting and acoustic experience to any space.
Designed and built as the world’s first mass market electric vehicle, Model 3 is Tesla’s most affordable vehicle yet. Model 3 combines performance, safety and technology. With up to 560 km of range, the high-efficiency powertrain provides zero to 100 km/h acceleration in as little as 3.4 seconds.
The Inventia Rastrum 3D Bioprinter is a revolutionary 3D bioprinting platform driven by the needs of biomedical researchers and tissue engineers. Rastrum uses drop-on-demand deposition to 3D print living cells precisely and safely. With applications in cell-based research and regenerative medicine, Rastrum has the potential to revolutionise biomedical research.
Fliteboard is an electric powered hydrofoil that gives the sensation of flying over water. Carving effortlessly, Fliteboard gives you the freedom to ride anywhere, without wind or waves. Emission-free, wake-free and virtually silent, ushering in a new category of environmentally friendly powered watercraft.
Green Square Library is an open, flexible and inclusive space which pushes the boundaries of public architecture. A fusion of building and landscape, the radical design presented an innovative response to the original competition brief. The library functions as an ‘urban living room’ for a healthy, growing community.
Launched in Australia, Dimple is a direct-to-consumer daily contact lens subscription service. Universal Favourite worked with Dimple to reposition a traditionally clinical, impersonal product by creating a lifestyle brand that truly resonates with its millennial-skewed market.
Lucky Iron Fish is a certified B-Corporation founded to wipe out iron deficiency, which affects 3.5B people worldwide and can result in anemia, weakness, impaired cognition, and illness. Its carefully formulated/tested cast iron fish gives a family up to 90% of their required iron intake when used daily during food preparation.
Optus Stadium creates a world-class, uniquely Western Australian fans-first environment based on a rigorous design strategy to create an architecture ‘of this place’. The rich design ethos for a people focused place that reflects ‘Our People, Our Land and Our Sport’ extends throughout the stadium and the surrounding parkland.
For 30 years the Brabham name was at the forefront of Formula One racing, race car design and manufacturing. The BT62 is a contemporary interpretation of the engineering ingenuity and innovation which personified the Brabham marque. The BT62 demonstrates capacity and capability within Australia to deliver an internationally acclaimed supercar.
The da Vinci SP®(Single Port) system is an advanced platform that enables surgeons to perform robotic-assisted, minimally invasive surgery in areas where deep and narrow access is challenging today. The system is guided by the surgeon as a natural extension of the surgeon’s eyes and hands via cutting-edge robotics technology.
Reimagining urban life for residents while unlocking a new green village heart for Sydney’s Inner West community. Welcome to Harold Park: seven innovative new residential buildings sit harmoniously in the landscape, anchored by adaptive re-use of the heritage tram depot integrated with 3.8 hectares of new public parkland.