2020 TDF Design Awards

  • 2020 TDF Design Awards
  • Stories - July 2020

The Ross Gardam Team is excited to announce the Ceto Lighting Collection has been shortlist in the TDF Design Awards in the Lighting Design Category.

Lighting Design is one of the few design disciplines to emerge from Australia in recent years with a truly global market base. With an emphasis on craftsmanship and bespoke solutions, Australian lighting designers are globally recognised.

This category seeks to award one distinctive Australian lighting design project completed between January 1st 2019 and April 5th 2020. Individual products or product ranges developed within Australia, bespoke designs and one-off lighting projects or installations will be considered in this category.

Taking over a year to develop, Ceto’s sculptural glass shade brings together Venetian glassblowing techniques and LED technology. The abstract interpretation of Murano tradition delivered a versatile luminaire that ripples like the ocean.

All shortlisted Entries will be published on The Design Files, with winners announced at The Design Files Design Awards ceremony, Thursday November 5th 2020 at Deakin Edge, Federation Square, Melbourne.

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