This August we’re going to be putting the spotlight on design that’s uniquely MIA – ie. Made In Australia!
July 27th, 2015
It’s just one week out from the event and we’re already seeing local designers and brands planting the seeds for a series of collaborative engagements that will make your Sydney Indesign experience truly memorable.
Sydney brands you know and love – at Hill Street Precinct
Head for the hills – literally! – at Hill Street Precinct in Surry Hills where Arthur G, Luxmy, Workshopped and Euroluce are teaming up with Design by Toko for The Project. It promises to be a five-way Australian design collaboration that will be sure to wow. Have those phone cameras ready!
All Aussie furniture on show at Galleria
Galleria is shaping up to be a very lively mix of designer furniture brands with plenty of locally designed and manufactured products on show – and even a few first-time exhibitors! Be the first to discover fresh homemade talent – all ready to do design business.
Aussie, Aussie, Aussie: Stylish design on our shores
Staple & Co
Making their debut at Sydney Indesign is Staple & Co. Specialising in beautiful sofas and beds, Staple & Co have plenty of design stories to share. At Sydney Indesign they team up with fellow Sydney-siders C+M Studio to launch a brand new sofa. Collaborating with C+M Studio, Staple & Co will also stage The Project from an exciting pop-up space in Surry Hills.
It doesn’t get much more Australian than renowned design brand Jardan. The quintessential Australian company launches a new compact-living furniture collection at SID this year. As always, designed and handcrafted on our shores, the collection is exciting, eclectic and, of course, oh-so Australian!
The world’s top design brands and best international products launching in Sydney
The best design our international industry has to offer is about to hit Sydney! We’re just 6 weeks out from Sydney’s biggest commercial design event of the year, and our Exhibitors are gearing up to reveal their latest releases fresh off the shipping containers.
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The latest issue of Indesign magazine is hitting the streets, and as our education special, #77 will look into the ‘knowledge economy’ and how today’s student-centred learning models have cannoned us into an era of non-traditional learning environments.