“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 Jon Pryer are currently collaborating with renowned Australian Chocolatier Dean Gibson on what is probably the worlds first all chocolate mechanical sculpture. Click on this link to see how it’s going. The 2.2 metre high automaton rhino “Bone Shaker” will be assembled and put through its motions at The Smooth Chocolate Festival at The Overseas Passenger Terminal on Circular
World Industrial Design Day (WIDD) is celebrated throughout the world on 29 June. First declared in 2007 by the World Design Organization™ (WDO) for its 50th anniversary, WIDD increases awareness of the profession of industrial design and champions the power of design to strengthen economic, social, cultural, and environmental development.
This morning our lead designer Jon won the 2016 Hunter TAFE Award for Excellence in Teaching; for the evening program he delivered to upskill TAFE teachers in industry standard 3D CAD and 3D Printing / prototyping. Thanks Kath for the award nomination and support- and congratulations on your own award. Not sure how long he’s keeping the new facial hair – post a comment
We recently provided design expertise assisting the designers at Varley Specialised Vehicles in the development of an updated version of the innovative plastic Australian police prisoner wagon we previously designed. The original iconic prisoner pod was quite a development leap from the previous canvas covered cages and would be one of our most widely recognized designs – seen in all the wrong places. an
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.
Ralf Speth CEO of Jaguar paraphrased Red Adair when the said “if you think good design is expensive, you should look at the cost of bad design” Good design is cheaper than poor design or no design – because good design adds significantly to the profitability of a product and more than pays for itself. It is a given design objective that the design needs to work and be manufactured cost effectively,
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