Portable cauldron and travelling case, Sydney Olympic Games, designed by Blue Sky Design, 1998, made G A & L Harrington’s, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000

Made by G A & L Harrington Pty Ltd in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000.

The Sydney design company, Blue Sky, designed this portable cauldron in 1998 for use in the Olympic torch relay celebrations of 2000. The project was part of the company’s broader tender to design the Olympic and Paralympic torches for the Sydney Games. Using computer-generated designs, Sydney model-makers, Box & Dice, developed a three-dimensional model and the metal pressers and toolmakers, G.A. & L. Harrington, made the prototype and final series of cauldrons.

Director of Blue Sky, Mark Arms...

Summary

2001/84/270
Portable cauldron and travelling case, Sydney Olympic Games, designed by Blue Sky Design, 1998, made G A & L Harrington's, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000

Consists of three cauldron dishes, a cauldron burner with hose regulator and a stand with base and three legs. The cauldron and parts are packed into three boxes.

Production

Designed by Blue Sky Design, Sydney 1998 and manufactured by G. A. & L. Harrington Pty Ltd, Sydney 2000.
G A & L Harrington Pty Ltd 2000
Blue Sky Design 1998

Source

Part of the Sydney 2000 Games Collection Gift of the New South Wales Government, 2001

Cite this Object

Portable cauldron and travelling case, Sydney Olympic Games, designed by Blue Sky Design, 1998, made G A & L Harrington's, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000 2014, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 April 2017, <https://ma.as/502934>
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