Australian Design Review presents 30UNDER30

Aug 17, 2022
  • Article by Liv Croagh

Australian Design Review has long celebrated the careers and achievements of those working in the interiors and design space in Australia. In 2022, ADR has decided it is time to look to the future and has now announced the inaugural Australian Design Review 30UNDER30.

Brought to you by Neolith, the 30UNDER30 program has been created to celebrate young, talented Australians who work across the product and interior designer sector. It’s a unique opportunity to reveal the full potential of those who are just starting out in their careers. 

The 30UNDER30 program will bring together young creatives, industry leaders, practice founders, product manufacturers, suppliers and sponsors to explore the immensely visionary and dynamic minds of these young people. 

Encouraging under 30s to submit their profile and work to ADR, a panel of esteemed judges will go through a rigorous process and choose from a diverse pool of talent. The pool will not be limited to designers, but will welcome those who work across a range of disciplines. Recipients of the accolade will be given the unique opportunity to be mentored by the judges, who come from a range of backgrounds, states and, significantly, different schools of thought.

The program

This year’s cohort will be celebrated with a wellness and well-being retreat at Bali’s premier sustainable resort, Potato Head. 

The 30UNDER30 program is about so much more than the recognition and reward, it’s about setting up the next generation with career-long connections and relationships.

Entering into 30UNDER30 is free, and will put these young creatives in front of practice leaders and those invested in the future of the sector.

ADR’s 30UNDER30 are the future, the thinkers, the dreamers and, most importantly, the doers – the creatives, researchers, planners, designers and technology specialists who will shape our world. They are The Future of Architecture and Design.

Find out more about the program, who is on the panel, and how to enter.

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