Smarter Hobart Challenge



Hobart Micro-Icons is an adaptive design approach to smart urban transport shelters and social infrastructure. 

The project demonstrates an innovative end-to-end, computational design and fabrication process which enables shelters to be easily configured to each site. Central to that workflow is the use of Augmented-Reality (AR) within the design chain allowing each shelter to be viewed and configured on-site before being approved for manufacture.

The project is the first-prize winner of the Smarter Hobart Challenge, a two-stage international design competition that was run by the City of Hobart and received over 120 entries from around the globe.
Degree of recognitionInternational
Granting OrganisationsHobart City Council