FRONT.design is nearly here! Register today, download the program guide and start planning your visit. Here are 8 ways you can get the most out of our action-packed design program.
August 21st, 2019
FRONT.design is nearly upon us, kicking off on taking place 29 – 30 August. With a blockbuster line-up of 60 brands, 24 presentations and seminars and over 50 speakers over two days, plan your visit today to ensure you don’t miss out on the events that will make a difference to your business.
Registrations are still open and FREE. Sign-up today.
In the meantime, here’s a quick guide on how to plan your FRONT.design visit.
Our Program Guide gives you the full break-down on every aspect of the program. Meet our industry-leading presenters, partners and ambassadors, and browse the full event schedule, Forum and CPD presentation guide, alongside a comprehensive exhibitor stand map and more.
This year, we’re coming to you from across two floors in Tower Three, International Towers, Barangaroo. Once you’ve signed up, you’ll have direct access to a wide gamut of industry-leading brands and their innovative products – all tailored to commercial design sectors. Meet our exhibiting brands and map out your visit.
Make your interactions at FRONT.design really matter. FRONT.designTech is the event’s online matchmaking platform – a digital directory that allows you to access every registered speaker, influencer, delegate, expert and brand at the event and book catch-ups with them. With FRONT.designTech you’ll have the option of either booking in a meeting or accepting one.
Register today to receive your exclusive email link to use the FRONT.designTech.
Alongside the exhibitor stands you’ll find dedicated areas for meetings and casual catchups. Our fully catered meeting zones include the Central Bar hosted by Maxton Fox in collaboration with polytec; and the plush Dyson LightCycle Business lounge – perfect for focused meetings and third-space working. Feel at ease as you navigate through business meetings supported by a range of comfortable and ergonomic products from Wilkhahn.
Sit on Aula, an easy-care, stackable multi-purpose chair with a seamless appearance. The form, elasticity and ergonomic design of the seat shell provides excellent support and comfort. The Occo 221 chair and table range designed by Jehs + Laub is ideal for meetings, cafeteria and conference spaces, while the new Range 295 conference chair comes with a precision height-adjustable and motion-stimulating synchronous adjustment mechanism that automatically adjusts weight.
If enhancing personal proficiency and earning CPD points is on your agenda, our CPD presentations give you everything you need. CPD sessions are complimentary with your registration. From cladding to window treatments to designing for the aged community: browse the Program Guide, or head to our Seminars page and scroll to the Presentations section for full event details and timings.
FRONT.design Forum is all about big ideas, thought leadership and tackling hot-button issues with leading industry speakers. Book your tickets for our speciality panel discussions on workplace, healthcare and ageing, hospitality and housing areas – seating is limited! Take advantage of our two free-to-attend attractions – the Design Debate and business breakfast session.
If you’re arriving by train, the event venue is a short four-minute walk from Wynyard station through the Wynyard Walk Tunnel. There are also taxi zones within the precinct – Barangaroo Avenue and Shelley Street – providing convenient access to Tower Three. Another option is to get off at Hickson Road if you’re arriving by taxi.
Add a ticketed Forum seminar or free CPD presentation to your schedule:
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