2018 saw the tenth anniversary of the Futurespace client party – a celebration of design, thoughts and ideas.
October 30th, 2018
Since 2001, Futurespace has been passionate about design – design that influences how people work, learn, live and experience the world around them. The Futurespace client party is a celebration of this 21st century design legacy.
The first annual Futurespace client party was held in Sydney in 2008 – during the doom and gloom of the Global Financial Crisis. The thinking behind this event was that the industry would welcome the distraction, and sure enough this turned out to be true! Futurespace’s first party was a huge success, and since then the team hasn’t looked back.
With a theme of ‘The Future is Bright’ around 200 guests turned out on a beautiful Spring evening in Sydney to celebrate the successes of the past 12 months as well as to toast a bright, shiny future year ahead. A great night was had by all, even if guests may not have been feeling as bright and shiny and the following day!
The inaugural Futurespace Melbourne event will be held in February 2019.
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