Sydney Indesign begins in just two weeks! We hope you’re as excited as we are about all the upcoming talks, spaces, collaborations, installations and product launches.
July 29th, 2015
This is your comprehensive guide to the entire event, so read on for locations, exhibitors & showrooms. We know you don’t want to miss a thing
Located at 2 Locomotive St, Eveleigh, Galleria is jam-packed full with exciting collaborations and products, all in one convenient space. The organic design of Galleria and the open-plan layout allows visitors to enjoy the complementary and contrasting designs of international and local designers and studios.
Sydney Indesign takes to the streets, with showrooms and studios putting on exciting events and talks, as well as changing up their spaces, in 5 different precincts. Those precincts are Alexandria, Chippendale, Darlinghurst, Redfern/Waterloo and Surry Hills.
Check out this great map to see all you need to know about Sydney Indesign in a glance. Explore our precincts and participating showrooms, as well as the detailed bus routes to help you get the most out of event day. This is design in Sydney at its finest.
Bus hop-on/hop-off schedule
Thanks to our partners at iGuzzini, your day will be made easy with complimentary, hop on/hop off buses that will take you between precincts and of course back to Galleria.
At 10am on both Friday and Saturday the first buses will depart from any participating location, so use the map above and start your adventure at a destination of your choice and head off from there! Don’t miss our last buses, departing at 6pm from each precinct, and of course, Galleria.
How often will the buses come? On Friday you can hop on a bus every 45 minutes, whilst on Saturday that time dwindles to just 15 -20 minutes!
We hope you have a wonderful 3 days at Sydney Indesign. Don’t forget, if you haven’t done so already register now to avoid unnecessary queues on event day!
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