Luminary dominates Design Awards

Luminary has brought home six trophies in the 2017 Melbourne and Sydney Design Awards.

Tami Iseli

By Tami Iseli 1 minute read

We’re going to need some seriously strong reinforcements on our trophy shelf this year, after driving home some epic wins at the Melbourne and Sydney Design Awards!

The Design Awards, hosted by Driven x Design, showcase some of the best projects across the Australian digital and design industry, with over $13.9 billion worth of projects across Melbourne and Sydney being acknowledged.

Luminary won awards for the following projects:

Melbourne Design Awards

Sydney Design Awards

  • Gold - Home & Living - Snooze  

With six trophies in hand, it is needless to say that the Luminary team is ecstatic. We would like to extend a huge congratulations to the all of our clients and the team members who put many hours and cups of coffee into these fantastic projects – the hard work did not go unnoticed! 

Bring on the Melbourne and Sydney Design Awards in 2018!

Clipsal gold award

Gold winner - Home & Living - Clipsal Iconic Range Showcase

Snooze Gold Award

Gold winner - Home & Living - Snooze 

Main image: Pictured from left to right: Matt Lee (Developer), Marty Drill (CEO), Tess French (Design Director), Mark Price (Senior Digital Producer).

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