Design Tasmania announces award winners in Launceston

ALSO ON SHOW: University of Tasmania Bachelor of Environmental Design (Furniture) graduates Nyssa Gigante and Alex Gaetani, with his mirror design, set up for the graduate exhibition 'In Situ', which is being held at the Design Tasmania Centre. Picture: Tess Brunton
ALSO ON SHOW: University of Tasmania Bachelor of Environmental Design (Furniture) graduates Nyssa Gigante and Alex Gaetani, with his mirror design, set up for the graduate exhibition 'In Situ', which is being held at the Design Tasmania Centre. Picture: Tess Brunton

Hobart artist Shauna Mayben has won the Design Tasmania Award for her sushi set ‘Tide’.

She joined 10 finalists on Friday night for the announcement.

Judges commented the product was inspiring and had been executed beautifully.

It would fit right in at Tetsuya’s, the judges said.

Designer Michael Bremer-Trainor won the Design Tasmania Sustainability Award with his ‘Secrétaire Bread Box’.

Other finalists include David Pannell, Ivett Simon, Jamie Dobbs, Jason Mah, Rengin Guner, Tanja von Behrens, and Toby Muir-Wilson and Anita Dineen.