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Speed Date Patrizia Moroso

Got an idea you’d really like to pitch to one of the world’s most internationally applauded creative industry drivers, and potentially have that idea put into production?

Speed Date Patrizia Moroso

Patrizia Moroso is recognised as the driving force behind her long-time friend Patricia Urquiola’s rise to fame, and is known for discovering and elevating fresh young talent to the international spotlight with the likes of Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien indebted to her vision. She brought Issey Miyake to the table with sculptor Ron Arad in ground breaking collaborations that fuse fashion, sculpture and furniture.

She teamed up with friend and performance artist Marina Abramovich for an unusual contemporary art installation. She gives a voice to the creative visions of the likes of Ross Lovegrove, Tom Dixon and Sebastian Herkner and marries traditional craft with sophisticated production techniques to deliver a brand, Moroso, that sets the pace of design. Patrizia is unquestionably design royalty.

So what would you pitch given the opportunity to think tank, bounce ideas and brainstorm with Patrizia?

Hub furniture is offering a hand selected group of 20 people in Melbourne, and 20 in Sydney, one on one time with Patrizia to pitch their design or show their work or concept.

Hub’s Design Speed Dating sessions will run for two hours on Wednesday 5 October 2016 in Melbourne and Tuesday 11 October 2016 in Sydney from 3pm to 5pm.

Melbourne registrations will close on Wednesday 28 September 2016 and Sydney on Friday 30 September 2016 and we will notify successful applicants soon after.

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