Get ready to experience the best in Sydney’s design scene with a jam-packed day of design-led activations, talks, experiences and hospitality.
April 20th, 2022
With just weeks to go until 2022’s instalment of Saturday Indesign, it’s time to get those calendar apps loaded because the event schedule is here and it’s going to deliver a serious dose of design inspiration.
Come Saturday 21st of May, get ready to hop on a free shuttle bus and criss-cross your way across Sydney, stopping in on the best showrooms for a full day of networking, education, hospitality and exclusive, one-off, experiential activations. From Alexandria to Waterloo, Surry Hills to Woolloomooloo this is your chance to dive back into the world of design, immersing yourself in a day that’s unlike any other. Best part? It’s 100% FREE, with sessions, transportation and hospitality all on us.
What are you waiting for? Register for free now and read on to unlock your super-charged design schedule.
*** All sessions are free to attend, all you need is a free full event registration which is your all access pass to your day.
Shop til you Drop! The New Wave of Experimental Retail (hosted by Winning Appliances)
HÅG Tion “The World’s Most Sustainable Task Chair?” (hosted by Flokk)
Polytec Trendjournal: a Snapshot of Joinery Trends in Australia by Marylou Cafaro (hosted by Polytec)
Introduction to Modern Slavery with Sustainable Business Matters (hosted by Thinking Works and Square Bear)
Antonio Citterio’s Personal Line: when Art meets Technology (hosted by Technogym)
New product releases from Flokk during lockdown! (hosted by Flokk)
Democratising Learning: The Evolution of Education (hosted by Stylecraft)
In Conversation: William Smart on Heritage and Contemporary Design (hosted by Fred International)
Wellness Workout with Master Trainer Jessica Herbert (hosted by Technogym)
Designing Rooms and Influencing People (hosted by dedece)
‘Shaping our Future’: an Exhibition by Space Furniture (hosted by Space Furniture)
Keep your eyes peeled, more activations are being announced daily PLUS more to come on speakers, prizes and The Project for 2022.
We can’t wait to see you at #saturdayindesign however don’t forget that May 21st is also the federal election. We recommend registering for a postal vote to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the design action.
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