Award Winning Product Design

All of us at NEOZ are honoured that the global design communities recognise our efforts and we’re especially grateful for the continued support of our loyal customers who have been using our cordless lamps since 1995.

  • Australian Design Award 1998/2001/2004/2006

    Conceived in 1958, the Good Design Awards and its forebearer is Australia’s only national design awards for industrial design. Managed by Good Design Australia, the award proudly promotes the very best in design, innovation, and creativity at a national and international level.

  • Red Dot Award: Product Design 2008

    The Red Dot Design Award is an international product design award by the Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen in Essen, Germany since 1954. With over 15,000 submissions from 70 countries each year, the Red Dot is one of the most hotly contested awards in the world and has established itself internationally as one of the most sought-after quality marks for excellent design.

  • International Design Award 2013

    The American based International Design Awards was created by designers, thinkers and entrepreneurs in 2007 as a response to the lack of recognition and celebration for smart and sustainable multidisciplinary design. Winners are selected by design and media professionals from leading publication and website such as Cool Hunting, IdN and design quarterly.

  • IIDA/HD Product Design Competition 2017

    This annual competition, sponsored by the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) and in partnership with Hospitality Design magazine, honors innovation, functionality, and aesthetic advancements in product design for hospitality industry.

  • 'Excellence in Export' - North Eastern Sydney

    This awards presented by NSW Business Chamber of Commerce recognised excellence in business leadership, entrepreneurship, innovation, sustainability, business growth and employment practices across North Eastern Sydney.

  • Museum of Applied Art & Science Collection

    The V4 Cordless lamp range was exhibited at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney between 2006-2007 before joining MAAS's extensive collection in 2008.