The latest on whatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s planned for Saturday in Design, Melbourne
February 8th, 2008
The dates have been announced for this year’s SiD, to take place on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th of August – a bit later than usual this year to avoid some major AFL games. The event promises to be as exciting as ever, with a new twist in the wings.
A new addition to the program is join, which encourages exhibitors and design firms to collaborate and create exciting and inspiring installations within showrooms for the event. So, as well as the usual activities revolving around SiD, a number of designed exhibitions will take place, reflecting Melbourne’s vibrant design culture and wealth of talent.
Stay tuned as more information is revealed.
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