2019 VICTORIAN DESIGN CHALLENGE WINNERS!
Studio Periscope was just announced as the winners in the professional category of the Victorian Design Challenge: The Waste Challenge. The Live Pitch at the NGV included many great ideas and we’re honoured to accept the award.
Our concept “Rollie” is a hot composting system for primary schools that combines education with play, to keep food waste out of landfill and transform it into a valuable resource.
Please get in touch if you’d like to hear more. We will add more details about “Rollie” in the coming days but for now, you can listen here to the radio interview with Craig Reucassel and our directors Lisa & Robert.
THE NEXT GENERATION
We recently collaborated with Visual Communication Victoria to create a short film about Industrial Design. We loved sharing a little bit about what we do and hope it will help to inspire future designers.
CELEBRATING 10 YEARS!
Studio Periscope is celebrating our 10-year anniversary! We couldn’t let this milestone go by without sending a big shout-out to all the incredible clients and suppliers we have worked with over the years.
Looking back, we are grateful for all of the diverse projects we’ve been a part of. We have learnt a great deal and overcome all sorts of challenges. Above all it has been a decade of fun!
To mark the anniversary, we are excited to share our new-look brand created by the talented Stephanie of Roscher Creative.
Finally, thank you to all our past, present and future clients and suppliers. We look forward to many more years of successful collaborations! We love a challenge and welcome the next one.
Cheers! from the Directors, Lisa & Robert
A GAME CALLED
PLAY MELBOURNE LIVE
We’re excited to see the Play Melbourne ball we’ve designed in action, live streaming video across the city. It uses Twitter’s Periscope app (yes, a different Periscope!) to allow viewers to explore Melbourne in real time.
The ball has been designed to be passed from person to person to assist filming of Melbourne's inside stories. It has also been designed to be recreated - so download our open source designs, use some simple materials and stream live social stories from your neighbourhood.
'M' IS FOR MELBOURNE
Working together with the City of Melbourne team, we have translated the M-Logo into a uniquely elegant 3D form with complex geometry! The M-Frame is 3.5 metres long, made from 5 parts and has cleverly been engineered to be easily assembled by two people. Experience the M-Frame this week at Melbourne's City Square, adorned with greenery for Melbourne Spring Fashion Festival.
BANISH TIE WRECKS FOREVER!
Tipod is our latest design. It’s a product that stores ties correctly - banishing tie wrecks forever! Ties are rolled by hand, placed in the Tipod and protected from wrinkles or damage, whether you’re getting on a plane or bicycle, going to the gym or coming home from work. Machined from 6061 aluminium alloy and hard anodised, this product is strong, light and tactile.
Built to last a lifetime, Tipod is the ultimate way to store, carry and protect premium ties. Visit tipod.com.au to view the fun promo video and to place your orders!
GOODBYE PHOTOBOOTH, HELLO LIVE INSTAGRAM PRINTER!
Social Playground brings the printed photo into the digital age by merging a traditional photo booth with social photo-sharing app Instagram.
While at an event, the Live Instagram Printer captures photos tagged with a specific hashtag and prints a high quality photo within seconds.
CARDBOARD ALL THE WAY
We love the versatility of corrugated cardboard; it's lightweight, strong and recyclable. The new misschu Cardboard Tuckshop is a perfect example of its use. The pop-up installation was designed for quick assembly at catering events. This quirky ensemble comes in 8 simple flat-packed cardboard parts and includes a pop-out rooster and a bunch of bananas! Who knew corrugated cardboard could be so yummy? For enquiries or to place orders for your next event contact firstname.lastname@example.org
FROM WOOP WOOP
The T-stool lets you re-use your much loved old t-shirts to customise the seat. Make your own collection and change the covers as often as you like!
Launched at Fringe Furniture 2013, T-stool is made from sustainably grown plantation plywood, a recycled cork composite soft-top and comes flat-packed. It is entirely made in Australia and designed in collaboration with Chris Brandon.
AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL DESIGN AWARD
We are proud to announce that Studio Periscope and BlueAnt Wireless are winners of a Good Design Award® for the Ribbon Stereo Bluetooth Streamer in the Consumer Electronics category of the Australian International Design Awards 2013. The Ribbon simply twists and slides to attach to clothing and stream music.
To design for a sustainable future, it is important to minimise waste. This ReFAB project explores using waste from one product lifecycle as raw material for another.
Funded by the Department of State Development, Business and Innovation’s Future Designers Program, this Monash University and Studio Periscope collaboration worked to develop a range of design-for-reuse prototypes for the FromWoopWoop label. Undertaken by three Monash University Industrial Design students, who scoped streams of reusable waste from commercial and residential sources within Melbourne as a starting point. Design was secondary. Then with the aid of digital fabrication, the students developed three innovative solutions for everyday use with a strong Australian voice and entirely made from these local waste materials. > More
THE ABANDONED BOUDOIR HITS MILAN
In collaboration with Hotel Nhow, aesthicalliance* presents The Abandoned Boudoir, a pop-up gallery that uses hotel bedroom suites as an intimate exhibition space. Showcasing Australian art and design, including FromWoopWoop tablemats and gumnut candle holder designed by Studio Periscope, the Milan exhibit is running 15-20 May 2013. All branding and collateral also designed by Studio Periscope.
MISSCHU TUCKSHOP POPS-UP
AT MASTERCHEF LIVE
Collaborating with misschu, Studio Periscope has designed and developed a pop-up pavilion for The MasterChef Live festival, Sydney 2012. The key design elements created were printed pegboards, tuckshop windows, 3D logos made from used and dyed chopsticks and quirky misschu critters.