Three of ONE PLANET's iconic outdoor products are on display at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) at part of their 'Melbourne Now' exhibition.
ONE PLANET's Tarkine rucksack, Cocoon sleeping bag and Polar pyramid tent are part of 35 products celebrating innovative consumer products designed in Melbourne.
The outdoor brand says it's honoured to be included in the ten-yearly survey of the latest art, architecture, design and cultural practice shaping Melbourne today.
"The inclusion of our gear shows the importance of designing outdoor equipment that responds to and works for, our local environment, " says ONE PLANET director and founder Andrew King. "Being recognised by the NGV for design innovation, quality and durability is exciting."
The company designs and manufacturers most of its products, in its eco-friendly Sunshine West factory, with its 'Made in Melbourne' credentials running throughout the company's more than 40-year history.
The Melbourne Now exhibition runs from March 24th until August 20th. The gear hangs on the 'Design Wall', an installation of 35 products celebrating innovative consumer products designed in Melbourne.