“Who says you can’t reinvent the wheel”? Neo industrial design just won a prestigious German IF Award in product design for the Concourse Smart Wheel , developed in Newcastle by Designer and Engineer Jon Pryer and Simon Bull for Australian Company Concourse Golf. These wheels are the world’s first self-contained, remote controlled drive wheels, designed to transform almost any push buggy into an ad
Neo Industrial Design and Your Engineer of Newcastle developed the design concept for the Concourse Golfs Smart Wheel which recently helped it gain support from the Victorian government to shift manufacture from China to the Melbourne company SRX in the suburb of Dandenong where minister Minister for Industry and Employment Wade Noonan announced the creation of nearly 200 new Australian manufacturing jobs, in a subu
We are currently designing a range of traditional boats in kit form for Óslo Bøatyard. A close collaboration of traditional form and the sensibilities of two generations of traditional timber boat builders with 21st century computer modelling and computer controlled manufacture. We have designed the the boats to be faithful to traditional form and values but requiring negligible skill to put together. This is the fi
The Australian Good Design Awards are open to entries from around the world and are judged by a panel of international design experts. Last night neoindustrialdesign won the Good Design Award for the CBM 3W3S golf cart designed for Concourse Golf.
Based in California USA the Callaway Golf Company is the worlds largest manufacture of golf clubs. Based in Newcastle Australia Neo Industrial Design designed the Callaway Concourse III – probably the worlds most compact three wheel golf cart. In 2013 we designed the Concourse II the worlds most compact two wheel golf cart – read it’s devlopment story here Newcastle………. coal
The Good Design Award and Australian International Design Award have been won by the concourse golf buggy designed by neo industrial design for concourse golf. With more than 250 design entries from around the world ranging from cars to cameras, personal accessories to computer tablets and manufacturing equipment, six panels of Australian and international design experts assessed each entry on form, function, quality
The ultra compact concourse golf buggy designed by neo industrial design has been adopted by uber cool italian car makers Maserati as part of their Maserati branded accessory range. Bulky, traditional golf buggies consume a lot of space in the car, and take considerable time to pack and unpack; hiring an often ugly and rusty buggy can be costly and drive carts defeat the benefit of exercise. Concourse Founder David M