A Design Journal
Sydney Design School students scoop the 2021 International Design Awards
Words by Lisa Wrightson
We’re thrilled that Sydney Design School students were awarded Gold, Silver and Bronze awards, together with a number of Honourable Mentions in the 2021 International Design Awards (IDA).
A message from our Director and Founder, Amanda Grace
“I’m incredibly proud that so many of our students have been recognised for their conceptual and /or sustainable design projects on the international stage at the 2021 IDA. At Sydney Design School we’re passionate about conceptual design and these awards are a wonderful acknowledgement that reflects the high standard our students and graduates achieve.”
IDA Gold Award / Gaby Herbosa (above)
Kairos pop-up cocktail bar and art installation won Gold in Interior Design / Museum, Exhibits, Pavilions and exhibitions. See more and read about Gaby’s award winning design concept and her experience at Sydney Design School on our blog here.
IDA Silver Award / Ash Guven (above)
The Moment environmentally friendly pop-up Cafe won Silver in Interior Design / Museum, Exhibits, Pavilions and exhibitions.
IDA Silver Award / Fiona Galbraith (above)
Flow Cafe won Silver in Interior Design / Sustainable Living/Green.
Two IDA Silver Awards / Ivy Wei (above)
Nest pop up cafe won Silver in Interior Design / Restaurants & Bars and Silver in Interior Design / Conceptual.
IDA Bronze Award / Louise MacKay (above)
Hope Lives Here hospital cancer ward won Bronze in Interior Design / Other Interior Designs.
IDA Bronze Award / Songhee Lee (above)
Cafe Damso won Bronze in Interior Design / Sustainable Living/Green.
IDA Honourable Mentions
Congratulations to the following students who all achieved Honourable Mentions:
Ash Guven, Sandra Lucas, Louise MacKay, Carmen Bosch (above 1) Gabrielle Sutton (above 2), Jodie Cox, Stephanie Elzinga, Songhee Lee, Sarah Straker-Williams (below), Anna Thompson, Jerusha Tiqui.