This year, we’re working with Sydney’s leading showrooms and design brands to create something exceptional and experiential, something exciting.
June 10th, 2015
Join the journey and discover a curated showcase of over 300 lighting, furniture, flooring and fitting brands. We’ve selected the leaders in local and international design across both the commercial and hospitality industry to ensure our event is showcasing the best in cutting-edge design.
Our design precincts will connect premier showrooms with one of Australia’s most historically significant architectural treasures, our curated space Galleria complimenting our showroom experience.
Taking over the city from 13 – 15 August, we will again illuminate Sydney as the home of world-class design.
Click here to find out more about the brands taking part in Sydney Indesign 2015.
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