Matty Smith Wins Tasmanian Design Centre Award for Quirky Sustainable Shortdivison Cabinet

March 18, 2011 by  
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At Inhabitat we love to keep an eye out for designers around the globe who are scooping up awards for their innovative approach to sustainable design . So it is with great pleasure we share with you new Australian designer, Matty Smith, who last month won the 2010 Tasmanian Design Centre Award for Sustainability and Emerging Designer .  The winning piece was his quirky modernist take on a cabinet named Shortdivison – not a bad achievement for someone in just their first year of study . Shortdivision is sustainably made from FSC plywood, salvaged Tasmanian Blackwood, and finished with low VOC paints and solvent free glues

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Matty Smith Wins Tasmanian Design Centre Award for Quirky Sustainable Shortdivison Cabinet

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