The Good Design Awards are a staple of the global design landscape. Since their inception in 1958 the Good Design Awards have acknowledged premier design and innovation across a range of categories, including architecture, community, digital and social innovation. It is with great pride that we announce that the A6 memobottle was awarded the 2017 Good Design Awards in the Product Design: Housewares, Fashion and Objects category.

Speaking from the event presentation in Sydney, co-founder and designer, Jesse Leeworthy,  said “It’s humbling to be acknowledged amongst such elite global designers. The A6 has become a vehicle for change in reducing single-use water bottles but is also on it's way to becoming a design icon. I’m looking forward to sharing the victory with the memobottle team”


Co-founder Jonathan Byrt was excited about receiving the award, but highlighted the wider success of the A6 memobottle. ’We’ve sold close to 50,000 units of the A6 memobottle to date, which means that 50,000 people are using our design instead of single-use water bottles, and that’s what really drives us as a company.’

You can see the A6 memobottle entry here, and the other winners from the evening here.


 Image: The A6 memobottle that took out the Good Design Award


Image: The Good Design Awards Gala. (From left to right) Jasmine Gescheit [Jasmine Alexa Founder] , Nick Johnson [Rogerseller Designer], Jesse Leeworthy [memobottle Co-Founder], Diana D'Agostino [memobottle], Jonathan Byrt [memobottle Co-Founder], Sam Rimington [memobottle].