The People have spoken! The Project serves as a unique platform for pairing different creative forces and giving them total design freedom. We asked you to pick your favourite.
September 11th, 2013
As part of the annual Indesign event program, architects, designers, visual artists – creatives in any medium – collaborate with exhibitors to push products and services to their most most imaginative potentials. Each year we select a theme to unite the installations, this year participants worked to the notion of ‘Process’, which connotes both mechanical and biological systems; learning through doing, experience and change.
Each year we invite attendees to vote for their favourite installation and we have great pleasure in announcing that the 2013 Fridcorp Project People’s Choice Award has gone to Europanel and their collaborators Geyer and The Initiative.
Charged with building a space that would serve as a pop-up discussion space, the team delivered us ‘The Podium’. A vast, evocative, pop-up auditorium that proved exceptionally functional in delineating the space as well as demonstrating the superior sound absorption properties of Europanel’s product offering.
Also to be congratulated are three Sydney Indesign attendees who took part in the Fridcorp Project Peoples Choice voting who will take home the following prizes:
Lilith Palmer and Leah Schwartz who each win a Maruni SANAA Rabbit Chair valued at $635 RRP thanks to Seeho Su.
Congratulations also to Kiri Johnson who wins the Workshopped Design Package valued at $1,500!
Images © Rollo Hard, Fiona Susanto, John Doughty
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