The Workshopped ‘Design In Architecture’ exhibition has opened in Sydney, and this year celebrates 15 years of showcasing design talent.
August 12th, 2015
Workshopped, one of Australia’s longest continuously running design exhibitions, has celebrated its 15th instalment at Supa Centa Moore Park, which included a celebratory launch party with the exhibiting designers as well as leaders from across the greater design industry at large.
Workshopped ’15 showcases emerging Australian design talent who put forward prototypes of their new designs across various categories from furniture to lighting and beyond.
Guests enjoyed a selection of globally inspired finger food as they sipped Lucky Beer, Batlow Cider and cocktails from French distilled whisky brand, Le Baron Des Spirits, served from a bespoke jet-set inspired lounge area curated by stylist Jane Frosh of Cool Edies.
Over 50 industrial and product designers showcased their work, which reflected the topic of ‘design in architecture’ whereby entrants were asked to respond with consideration to the importance of collaboration and interrelated-ness between design and architecture.
Workshopped ’15 is now open to the public and will extend for a period of three weeks until Sunday, 23 August 2015 at the Supa Centa, Moore Park.
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