The Indesign Edit: FABLE by Didier explores the ten-year story of one of the most cherished furniture collections across the Australian design industry.
August 24th, 2020
A great story is one that draws you back in almost instantly after you’ve finished. Time and time again, we find ourselves enchanted by a narrative with a magical quality that keeps you wanting more. Here at Indesign, the decade long tale of FABLE by Didier is one of our favourites.
This edition of The Indesign Edit takes a closer look at the creative process and inspirations of the FABLE Collection by Didier. We take our readers on a journey through a range of furniture products that champion craftsmanship, form and function through design ingenuity. From the founding principles of FABLE Oak to the latest pieces of the FABLE Outside range; FABLE by Didier continues to surprise the industry with its unique charm.
Free, downloadable and product-led, join us as we continue to read and explore Didier’s magical folklore once again. Get your copy of the Indesign Edit: Fable by Didier today.
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