Industrial Design

Oya Demirbilek

Industrial Design Professor Oya Demirbilek is using co-design, a participatory and collaborative approach that can improve the environment and wellbeing.

Non-invasive Glucose Response Insulin

A non-invasive glucose-responsive insulin device was among the four Gold Awards received by Industrial Design Alumni.

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Public toilets are an essential amenity, but most of them aren't places we'd want to visit unless we have to. Christian Tietz asks: What does the failure to provide more restful and inviting places say about us?

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A light-weight sofa that transforms into an eight-seater dining table is among the exhibits from more than 40 students at this year's Industrial Design graduation exhibtion, 'Prismatic'.

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UNSW Industrial Design students have taken the humble barbeque to a whole new level, designing multicultural cooking facilities for Sydney’s local parks.

Industrial Design graduate Joshua Flowers has burst on to the design scene with his Flower Chair – vibrant street furniture that cradles the body and 'activates' the environment.

Greta Saggus

A kitchen appliance that turns household food scraps into tasty pet treats was one of the innovative designs on display at UNSW's Industrial Design graduate exhibition.

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A portable dialysis machine has won two national Good Design awards, bringing a UNSW graduate one step closer to saving lives in remote communities.

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A mobile glucose monitor for diabetics and a textile range inspired by climate change have won two UNSW graduates prestigious Design Institute of Australia awards.

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