Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Across the Tasman - I spy.

Victoria has proudly exported products for more than 175 years. Industrial designers from Victoria have designed products manufactured for export from all over Australia.

These are a few products I spied by local designers on just a short visit to New Zealand recently.

Keep Cups designed by Cobalt Niche at Auckland Museum Shop.

Willow Little Bitty bin designed by David Flynn at Bayly Design used for clothes pegs at Lake Taupo bach.

Holden VE Commodore hire car at Lake Taupo

PED traffic button design by Neilsen Design outside Auckland University.

Sebel Intregra chair by Victorian born industrial design pioneer Charles Furey.

Tamaki Maori Village, Roturua.

 Charles Furey's iconic Integra chair for Harry Sebel inside the Wharenui - The Sacred Meeting House, Tamaki Maori Village, Roturua.

Trusty Ron Rosenfeld designed Vulcan Conray heater at Lake Taupo bach.

Visitor Centre at Waitomo Glow Worm Caves.

Visitor Centre at Waitomo Glow Worm Caves.

Caroma product at the Waitomo Glow Worm Caves.

Interior Auckland Museum foyer.

Caroma product at Auckland Museum.

Classic Wiltshire Bar B Mate - Lake Taupo breakfast.

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