19 November 2015
Year 12 Product Design and Technology students have again demonstrated their innovative and creative talents in 2015 with three being shortlisted for Top Designs. This is the largest number of students Assumption has ever had shortlisted and it is a credit to the students who put in hours of additional work after school and in the holidays to realise their imaginative designs. To be chosen to exhibit in Top Designs is a significant honour as only six students statewide will be chosen.
Joshua Vogel made a sound system with a storage compartment and seat out of Jarrah and leather. The unique shape and intriguing way he used the curved shape to house the speakers is impressive.
Jarrod Lawson produced a storage unit for electronic equipment out of Victorian Ash and Amoora which surprises all who open the drawers as an intricate design of external “pipes” becomes the handles.
Mitchell Brown designed and made a DVD storage unit out of Amoora that amazes everyone as the curved slats on the side change and move as the viewer moves.
Click on the photos below to see the boys and their work.
Robin Panousieris - Product Design and Technology teacher