Dyson Product Design Award
The Dyson Product Design Award is run in association with British Council New Zealand, DINZ (Designers Institute of New Zealand), farry.co and IPONZ (the Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand) and is open to final year tertiary students studying in the areas of design, technology or engineering, and to graduates in these areas who are in their first five years of work. Only 19 entries entered this year. The judging panel revealed the 4 finalists: a massage table, a harness to carry hunted carcasses, a beer cooler and a sheep testing station. Last year's winner was Stephen Smith with a vest that stores water for drinking, like a Camel Pack (no comments).