A new collaboration piece CHATAKU-home wear will be presented for The Workshopped 15 in Sydney/August 2015
A new stool, Zagu will be presented for ‘ The Workshopped 14 ‘ in Sydney / August 2014
New design collaboration with international artists Paramodel / 2014
A Book / HIGHTIDE / Queensland Design Now Published 2013
Special Award from Japanese Government in Tokyo / September 2012
February 2014 – A new limited piece Miss Geisha for Chain Reaction Exhibition at artisan
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04 April 2014 – 2016 – Resolved: journey in Australian design – an exciting new touring exhibition
from Object: Australian Design Centre.
February 2014 – The Hightide: Queensland Design Now at artisan
National Gallery of Australia to acquire Dress-Code
The National Gallery of Australia has purchased the Dress-Code premier line for their permanent collection.
London Design Festival 2010
100% Design festival will mark the debut of Frame Hanger, a wall-mounted piece made from mirror, from which coats, scarves or keys can be hung. The festival runs from September 23rd and will end on the 26th.
Street Furniture Design Project
Began working with the Brisbane City Council in October 2009 to design new street furniture for the CBD.
New Product Launch
Bambi Frame launches in September 2010.
Flat Pack ‘Cafe Dress-Code’ launches in April 2010.
Dress Code honored by Home Beautiful
Dress-Code was selected as one of four finalists in the ‘Product of the Year 2009′ competition by Home Beautiful Magazine.
New Line Launches at 100% Design London
Launching new patterns for Dress-Code collection for 100% Design London 2009.
Dress-Code wins People’s Choice
Dress-Code has been nominated 3rd prize for People’s Choice during The Workshopped Exhibition 2009.
Dining Suite Table Launch
Launched a new line ‘Dining Suite Table‘ from Dress-Code collection for The Workshopped Exhibition 2009 in Sydney.
Dress-Code wins The Clarence Prize
Clarence City Council has awarded the biennial Clarence Prize for Excellence in Furniture Design to artist Fukutoshi Ueno for his work titled Dress Code that he designed in collaboration with internationally celebrated fashion designer Akira Isogawa.
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ARTS Queensland Grant
Received career development grant from ARTS Queensland.