A staple of Melbourne’s furniture design scene for 32 years, don’t miss the last chance to see the outstanding pieces on display, including the winners.
September 27th, 2018
Always opting for boundary-pushing design, Fringe Furniture is much-loved design exhibition as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival, and 2018 was no less disappointing. The showcase this year featured a record breaking 150+ pieces and thanks to a new initiative the amount of female-identifying designers represented increased by 38 per cent.
With plenty of unusual pieces, along with more bespoke and commercially-viable products, the exhibition offers inspiration across the board.
Out of the 150 products, 10 were selected for a range of prizes.
Cheng-yue Jia, Origami Lounger
Kayla Lim, The Bend
Kayla Lim, The Bend,
Olas Design, GH Bike Rack
Darcy Zelenko, Good Chair
The Arrest, Keystone
Nood Co, Ida Side Table
Kristen Wang, Re.Bean: Coffee Stool
Eamon Riley, Bar-code
Artesan Design, Symmetrical Asymmetry
Figgoscope Curates, The ToTems
Fringe Furniture 32 is on exhibition at the Abbotsford Convent until Sunday 30 September.
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