Get ready to create something special with the 2022 Project theme announced
February 10th, 2022
With preparations for Saturday Indesign well under way, we know many of you are itching to immerse yourselves back into the best of design. After a few years with limited chances for creative expression, this event is one that promises inspiration and activations, where connections are made alongside brand-new product, not-to-be-missed talks and special-access showrooms.
For creative minds and design studios, you don’t need to wait until 21st May to get your dose of design inspo, because we want you to start cranking up your creative dial with The Project!
Each year at Saturday Indesign, the Project has been a mainstay of the program, a chance for exhibitors and creatives to collaborate and flex their creative vision and ingenuity. For 2022, we’re putting out the call to those who have the itch to create and explore, to think outside the box and colour outside the lines. We want you to join us on our quest to make Saturday Indesign the industry’s most immersive design event.
The Project is an initiative that pairs Saturday Indesign’s exhibitors with creative studios and design firms to create installations, visual displays and interactive experiences within showroom spaces. Each year, the teams respond to a brief provided by Saturday Indesign to produce an experiential feature that reflects the values, talents and stories of all parties involved.
When we think of regeneration, we think of all things natural and handmade: of seasons and AI, robotics and life cycles. We think of old buildings brought back to life, of ground-breaking innovations, of communities reconnecting and movements of sustainability.
Step 1: Register your interest in being a design collaborator, just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 2: We pair you up with a design exhibitor.
Step 3: You work together on designing an installation for the exhibitor’s showroom as part of Saturday Indesign.
Step 4: Thousands of people stream through and interact with your amazing creation and your kudos and cred kick up a few notches.If that’s all you need to know to sign yourself up… go ahead and register now. If you need more convincing, take a look at some of these unforgettable projects from past Saturday Indesign events.
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