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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Bidding farewell to mundane and uninspired office spaces, colour has transformed our workplaces into layered and engaging environments. So we sit down with Karina Simpson, Hot Black’s Workplace Lead, to talk about the influence colour has on the workspace landscape through the prism of Herman Miller’s progressive colour philosophy.
The workplace has changed – and it will continue to evolve. With dynamism at the heart of clients’ requirements, architects and designers at leading practices such as Elenberg Fraser are using and recommending Herman Miller’s OE1 products for the future workplace.
Abey’s exquisite Barazza Select collection provides a glimpse into the future of kitchen design!
Richard Misso makes introductions. He helps everyone from boutique to leading suppliers connect with Interior Designers and Architects.
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Jaci Foti-Lowe has created a highly personal project with ‘The Front Room’, a gallery, creative studio and design store underpinned by 20 years of observation, curation and her experience within the global art and design community.
Entries for INDE.Awards 2023 are now open. There are a million great reasons to enter your studio and your project work into awards programs, but when it comes to the INDE.Awards we can sum it up in 5.
At Ivanhoe Grammar, McIldowie Partners has tackled a demanding brief head-on. With multiple levels and a wealth of facilities, the new Sports and Aquatic Centre brings top class facilities without losing a connection to the landscape.
The North Building at the Art Gallery of New South Wales is complete. Part of the Sydney Modern Project and designed by Japanese practice SANAA, with Architectus as executive architects, it is a magical, ethereal spatial experience and a globally significant building.