SYDNEY, Monday: Design collective Blur the Lines Auckland – founded by Comvita Wellness Lab amid the Covid-19 pandemic – has won NZ’s only gold at Australia’s Good Design Awards.
Comvita Wellness Lab won in the Architectural Design category.
Blur the Lines founder/CD Danielle Barclay said receiving this recognition in Australia in the midst of another lockdown in New Zealand was a welcome surprise.
“I am so proud of this project and our continued partnership with Comvita to bring to life world class multi-sensory experiences. Being recognised in such a wide-reaching category as Architectural Design at the Good Design Australia awards is a great honour.”
“The Comvita Wellness Lab is a multi-sensory experience designed to raise awareness of the importance of bees to our environment.”
The 2021 Good Design Awards attracted a record number of submissions with 933 design projects evaluated by 70 Australian and international jurors.
The Comvita Wellness Lab is a multi-sensory experience designed to raise awareness of the importance of bees to our environment.
Good Awards ceo D Brandon Gien said: “Receiving an Australian Good Design Award is testament to embedding design excellence at the heart of a product, service, place or experience.”
Comvita Wellness Lab was named a winner in the Retail category at the NZ Interior Awards earlier this year and has been shortlisted in five categories at NZ’s Best Design Awards to be announced in early 2022.
- View the video entry below
Project Title: Comvita Wellness Lab
Designed in: New Zealand
Creative Director: Danielle Barclay
Interior Architect: Naomi Rushmer
Creative Technologist: Craig McKay
Comvita ceo: David Banfield
Comvita Global Head of Marketing: David Bathgate
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