The first local design event of its kind for several years, Brisbane Designscape provides a unique opportunity for design-minded professionals to explore new solutions, trends and innovations that will shape the commercial spaces of the future.
August 2nd, 2022
While necessary, the stop-start nature of the last two years has made it difficult for designers to keep up to date with the latest innovations and product developments in commercial design. With all industries adapting to the new normal and the requirements of users constantly evolving, the need for connection, collaboration and conversation is greater than ever.
From 7 to 10 September 2022, Brisbane Designscape is set to inspire the design industry with a multifaceted and collaborative design event that showcases cutting-edge design thinking, new technologies and the latest design solutions for public and dedicated spaces. The four-day program will include the launch of new products and design initiatives, live demonstrations of creative work, a celebration of First Nation art and design, panel discussion on key issues in the creative sphere, keynote presentations, and more.
With limited access to these types of forums in the South East Queensland region and no other local events of its kind planned for 2022, Brisbane Designscape provides designers, architects, space strategists and corporate decision-makers with a ‘can’t-miss’ opportunity for education and networking, and a chance to participate in creative activities and design competitions. Internationally-recognised furniture designer and sustainability spokesperson, Jonas Ihreborn will be coming from Sweden to participate in the Brisbane Designscape program alongside a diverse range of industry experts and thought leaders.
Founding host and sponsor of the event, Offiscape was inspired to create this new platform for the South East Queensland community as not only a way to support the future direction of sustainability and the development of localised solutions but also to embrace innovation, technology and forward thinking. Brisbane Designscape will focus on several key themes that will surely generate thought-provoking debate and discussion, including Designing for the Future, Creating Engaging Spaces, First Nations Creativity, Glocal (The Move to Global Local) and Sharing & Caring (We’re a Community).
The collective experience of the 20 leading brand partners supporting this event ensures that there is depth and substance to the offering with a showcase of new concepts for well-being and change management in commercial spaces. Innovations in acoustic booths, technology in collaboration settings, and examples of new locally-designed, locally-inspired and locally-made pieces will be featured, some of which you can find in the finest corporate boardrooms across the country through to many unique Australian venues – including the underwater hotel on the Great Barrier Reef.
With multiple contributors from multiple states, countries and First Nations partners providing support to this collaborative opportunity, Brisbane Designscape is set to provide a stage to launch and showcase new thinking for the South East Queensland community.
Brisbane Designscape will take place on 7 to 10 September 2022 at 108 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley in Brisbane.
To register your interest visit the event’s website here or email email@example.com for more information.
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