June 4, 2019
We’re pleased to announce that Eccentric Showers by Rogerseller has been shortlisted in this year’s INDE.Awards in the category of The Object. The Object is granted to the region’s finest in modern industrial design. It celebrates how objects work, what they signify and how they function for the needs of people.
“We’re incredibly excited at the prospect of another award-winning design within the Rogerseller portfolio,” says Jo Jackson, Group Manager of Design at Rogerseller. “We’re very proud of the internal design team and all parties that have worked so hard in bringing this incredible collection to fruition. This shortlist announcement is a true testament of our commitment to quality and design”.
Reminiscent of vintage Art Deco microphones used by some of the world’s most iconic eccentric performers of the 20th century, the collection is made in Australia from quality machined solid brass and stainless steel, “engineered to stand the test of time like the icons that inspired the collection”.
As always, the much anticipated INDE.Awards sees masses of incredibly gifted architects and designers across the Indo-Pacific compete for the coveted title across several categories.
It’s no surprise that in 2019, the INDE.Awards recorded a 43 per cent increase on entry registrations (year-on-year, 2017-2019), with submissions from Australia, Singapore, New Zealand, Hong Kong, China, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Japan and Malaysia.
With the daunting task of reviewing over 430 entries, the impressive line-up of world-renowned industry experts, thought leaders and designers that make up the Jury have been impressed by the innovative and awe-inspiring entries submitted and have praised architects’ and designers’ creativity, ingenuity and commitment to quality across practice, process and final outcome.
Winners will be announced at the INDE.Awards Gala in Melbourne, Friday 21 June.
Chan Ee Mun, WOHA (Singapore)
Eleena Jamil, Eleena Jamil Architect (Malaysia)
James Calder, Calder Consultants (Australia)
Jan Utzon, Utzon Architects (Denmark)
Joshua Comaroff, Lekker Architects (Singapore)
Joyce Wang, Joyce Wang Studio (Hong Kong, London)
Judy Cheung, Cheungvogl (Hong Kong)
Leone Lorrimer, Lorrimer Consulting (Australia)
Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd, PearsonLloyd (UK)
Luke Yeung, Architectkidd (Thailand)
Paul McGillick, McGillick Consulting (Australia)
Raj Nandan, Indesign Media Asia Pacific
Shashi Caan, SC COLLECTIVE (USA/UK)
Stephen Burks, Stephen Burks Man Made (USA)
Sue Carr, Carr (Australia)