It’s been a long time coming. From September 7-10, Brisbane held its first major Brisbane Designscape event. We bring you the recap.
September 30th, 2022
Charged and electric was the vibe at Brisbane Designscape 2022. It’s been far too long since the Queensland capital had a major design event, and with hundreds of people playing a part, Designscape’s inaugural event is sure to be a recurring hallmark of the year.
In a fabulous achievement, and hosted by Offispace, Brisbane Designscape held a highly attended forum that welcomed industry experts, corporate visionaries and designers from Australia and worldwide.
The opening event, The Soiree, was all-in-all a phenomenal kick-off: a party that gave an exciting tease of what was to come.
Dozens of exhibiting partners and sponsors helped make the event a proud achievement, and the development of the partnership with First Nations businesses was a huge factor in making the event a success.
The four-day program gave industry professionals and enthusiasts alike the launch of design initiatives and new products, live demonstrations of creative work, a celebration of First Nations art and design, panel discussions on key issues in the creative sphere, keynote presentations, and so much more.
With the superstar launch of 2022’s event, we cannot wait for what else is to come next year.
Brisbane Designscape 2022
Courtesy of Offiscape
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