Nielsen Design Associates
Pedestrian crossing button, 'Audio-tactile pedestrian detector (ATPD)', designed by Nielsen Design Associates c1984. Gift of Aldridge Traffic Systems, 1987
Nielsen Design Associates, established by Carl Nielsen in 1961, was one of the first industrial design consulting studios in Sydney. In 1985 David Wood, who had been with the company since its early days, became a director of the group along with senior designers Sandy McNeil and Adam Laws. David and Sandy are the group's current directors.
From a studio in Hunters Hill, Nielsen's designers develop products for a broad range of industries, from telecommunications to medical devices. About half of their work is for clients outside Australia, mainly in Europe and Asia.
'One of the great parts about the design process is looking for the quirk, or looking at it in a different way than most people have looked at it.'
- Sandy McNeil, Director, Nielsen Design Associates, 2005
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