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Saturday Indesign hits Sydney this September – and here’s your first exhibitor drop

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Saturday Indesign hits Sydney this September – and here’s your first exhibitor drop

Industry’s most loved event is on its way back to Sydney, with Saturday Indesign set to paint the town pastel on Saturday September 7th. The perfect event for architects, designers, and design lovers alike, Saturday Indesign promises 12 hours of super-charged inspiration, with the city’s best showrooms opening their doors for a day unlike any other.

If you don’t have September 7th circled in your calendar already then it’s time to get out that marker, because Saturday Indesign is your chance to top up your design knowledge and freshen up your contact book, with talks, installations, hospitality, product launches, and prizes all on the day’s agenda.

To help get you excited, we’re dropping our first of two exhibitor drops, with a line-up of participating brands and showrooms who are already hard at work planning their 2024 Saturday Indesign showing. Split across three zones, these brands will take you across Sydney, creating precincts of design goodness that you have to see to believe.

This is only the very tip of the Saturday Indesign iceberg, so read on, get excited, and be sure to complete your FREE event registration on Wednesday July 10. 

Saturday Indesign 2024 Exhibitor Line-Up First Drop

Abey – Zone 2

Abey Australia is a leading Australian family-owned and-run business, offering exceptional kitchen, bathroom, and laundry designs. Their collection of products brings the best of global design to Australian shores, with a focus on designs that push the range of possibilities and celebrate innovation, creativity, and remarkable design. 

Autex Acoustics – Zone 2

Autex Acoustics is a leader in the development and manufacturing of non-woven architectural textiles, supplying an increasingly sophisticated range of products to the building industry. From humble beginnings more than 50 years ago, Autex Acoustics has grown to serve over 18 export markets, and their products can be found across the globe featuring in some of the biggest brands offices, foyers, meeting rooms, and general working environments. 

DesignByThem – Zone 3

DesignByThem is a celebration of Australian design. Established in 2007 by industrial designers Sarah Gibson and Nicholas Karlovasitis, their products are designed by Australian designers, developed in-house by the DesignByThem team and produced worldwide. The brand’s growing curated collection of furniture, accessories and lighting is characterised by its unique Australian perspective, timeless aesthetic and distinct playfulness.

Elton Group – Zone 1

Elton Group is a supplier of high quality Interior Architectural Products driven by an ethos of sustainability. Their range of timber veneers are rich and textural, perfect for creating exceptional interior spaces without compromising on our natural ecosystems. 

Gaggenau – Zone 1

Gaggenau luxury home appliances offer a convincing performance and handcrafted quality. Working with professional chefs, their products are tested to ensure they are intuitive and enabling, focussed and robust: made to distil the professional experience across commercial and residential spaces. 

Jardan – Zone 1

Jardan creates inspiring and responsible furniture and lighting with a curated collection of homewares. With a uniquely Australian aesthetic, their collection is imbued with a sense of authenticity, and offers a symbiosis of the playful, the relaxed, and the sophisticated to bring joy into every space.

Kaolin Surfaces – Zone 3

Kaolin embodies a fusion of creative talents, craftsmen, and individuals united by a passion for porcelain tiles. Their identity goes beyond the mere merging of Eastern and Western traditions; it signifies a profound integration where the artisanal excellence of Eastern porcelain meets the innovative design philosophies of the West. This fusion cultivates a worldwide design perspective, steered by a family whose rich, cross-cultural background infuses their work with unparalleled depth and insight.

Klaro Industrial Design – Zone 1

Klaro Industrial Design (K.I.D) is a Sydney-based product design studio with expertise in office furniture and components. With a concise product range that spans seating storage and workstations, Klaro has drawn on its own experience across the fields of architectural design and commercial fit-out to deliver thoughtful products that hero slow design and local craftsmanship. 

La Cornue – Zone 1

Founded in France 1908, La Cornue is a French purveyor of luxury kitchen appliances. Their iconic products are the epitome of sophistication, and feature in incredible kitchens around the world. 

Their trademark is founded in craftsmanship, with each cooker the work of some of Europe’s finest hands, and informed by the French passion for culture, cuisine, and quality.

LightCo – Zone 3

LightCo is Australia’s leading distributor of luxury decorative interior and outdoor lighting products chosen for designers, architects and private clients.Their showroom in Alexandria has been thoughtfully curated to inspire, while their specialty team are ready to help make any lighting dreams a reality.

Ownworld – Zone 1

Ownworld is a Saturday Indesign favourite, an iconic contract furniture consultancy that provides Australia’s architects and interior designers with contemporary furniture of original design. 

Ownworld imports, manufactures and customises seating, lounging, tables, desking, lighting, storage, and accessories for commercial and residential projects, and their showroom is a must visit this September.

Savage Design – Zone 1

Savage Design have been purveyors of engineered beauty since 1910. From their factory and offices in Sydney, they create furniture, lighting, hardware, and homewares from premium a selection of premium metals. Designed for curated spaces and the lives of the design conscious, their pieces balance honest design, master craftmanship, and sound knowledge of materials.

SeehoSu – Zone 2

Another Saturday Indesign stalwart, SeehoSu has been a designer favourite since their launch in 2010. They have a reputation for authentic, high quality designer furniture, lighting, and objects that are exquisite in their craftsmanship yet, at their very core, remain simple, practical and most importantly, comfortable. 

SeehoSu’s boutique portfolio includes brands from Japan, Denmark, Sweden, Canada and Australia.

Special Lights – Zone 2

Special Lights is one of Australia’s leading suppliers of European lighting brands. Their portfolio includes a diverse range of decorative and architectural lighting styles, while an expert team and dedicated design services department ensure designers and end-users alike can find the perfect lighting options for their project.

Stylecraft – Zone 1

A staple of every Saturday Indesign, Stylecraft is a leader in commercial, residential, hospitality and education furniture and lighting. With seven showrooms across Australia and Singapore, their range represents the best of European, Asian and local furniture and lighting brands. 

Winnings– Zone 2

Winnings is Australia’s leading supplier of premium kitchen and laundry appliances, with a range of products that allows design imaginations to run wild. From their flagship store on Danks Street, Winning caters to the country’s top names in architecture and design, ensuring kitchens across the nation are the heart of every project.

Ready for the second lineup drop? Stay tuned, with many more exhibitors yet to be announced! PLUS get ready to confirm your attendance at Saturday Indesign 2024, with registration opening Wednesday July 10. 

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