Melbourne Indesign 2016: The Event returns to Australia’s capital of culture, running on Friday 12th and Saturday 13th of August 2016.
December 14th, 2015
Melbourne Indesign 2016 will be an immersive, highly-curated design experience, brought to you by Indesign Media Asia Pacific. Whilst maintaining all the features of Indesign: The Event that people have come to love, Melbourne Indesign 2016 will also offer a host of new features for visitors and exhibitors.
A renewed curatorial approach will see each of the three precincts (Collingwood, Melbourne CBD and Richmond) boast a unique identity. These identities will be reflected within pop-up spaces, transformed showrooms and design trails, available to architects, designers and specifiers, exclusively during Melbourne Indesign. Visitors can also expect fantastic installations, game-changing talks and a true immersion in the design life of the city.
The Project, a crowd-pulling injection of creativity, will also return in 2016, benefiting from this curatorial approach. Each precinct will have its own unique Project theme, ensuring diversity and excitement in the collaborations. With 2015’s projects including everything from a colourful and child-like ball pit to a live dance presentation, The Project keeps getting better and better.
Our seminar series will also be returning by popular demand, with topics announced early next year. In 2015 the seminars were a stunning success, with incredible panellists from around the world and insightful and accessible topics.
When: Friday 12th and Saturday 13th August 2016.
Where: Collingwood, Melbourne CBD and Richmond
Cost: As always Melbourne Indesign will be free to attend, with guests receiving
plenty of bonuses for attending. In 2015 tens of thousands of dollars worth of prizes were given away.
Reach: 7,500 visitors / 45,510 total audience
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