Huge names in design have joined the growing list of exhibitors locked in for Saturday Indesign, making it an unmissable one-day design festival.
May 31st, 2019
The one-day design festival Saturday Indesign is heating up as more design brands get added to the growing list of exhibitors.
The most recent additions cover the gamut of appliance brands, furniture and surfaces. As we continue to lock in more names for the line-up, we’re also shaping the series of talks and collaborations, which we can’t wait to share with you any day now. If you haven’t already, register now so you’ll be the first to know!
But who has joined the list of exhibitors?
A destination in itself, the recently opened Design Precinct showroom in Richmond is a feast for the eyes. Layers of products and intricately detailed vignettes come together to create a rich ambience. Sharing with not one but two other design brands, Design Precinct will be transformed into a veritable destination. Expect insightful talks, incredible hospitality and new design products straight out of Italy at every turn.
One of Australia’s leading paint suppliers, Dulux sits at the forefront in terms of quality and colour development. Taking up a spot within the Design Precinct hub, Dulux is hosting two talks for Saturday Indesign, so you know you’ll come away brimming with fresh insights to put straight into practice!
Beautifully handcrafted timber furniture is what typifies Artisan. And nothing compares to seeing the quality and fine attention to detail in the flesh. Collaborating with Design Precinct and Dulux, the large space at the Burnley end of Richmond will well and truly be a design lover’s dream.
Get Hygge with it. Cosy, welcoming and a place to learn while putting your feet up – the Eco Timber showroom, also in the Burnley end of Richmond, is the perfect setting for timber to come alive. As a brand that is renowned for its range of recycled timber, the Eco Timber space is opening its doors to talks, a live workshop and an utterly warming environment, sharing with FLOC Studio.
FLOC Studio is a brand the epitomises coastal design and a relaxed way of living. Pairing with Eco Timber, you’ll be able to experience the refined elegance of FLOC Studio’s key pieces – all in the incredibly inviting Eco Timber showroom.
Have you ever wondered how challenging and intricate it is to upholster furniture? The design experts at Ke-Zu are bringing the craft to life with an all-day demonstration of furniture upholstery at Lumas Gallery. Watch an artisan at work and learn about this exceptional skill. As a leading supplier of international furniture and lighting brands – Ke-Zu is shining a light on the inner workings of how products are made. This is not one to be missed!
Sub-Zero and Wolf, in partnership with Omvivo and TSAR Carpets, will be coming together with a creative installation under the experienced design eye of Adele Bates. With such exceptional talent coalescing in Sub-Zero’s moody CBD showroom Saturday Indesign visitors can discover what the best in the kitchen (and bathroom, and carpets) has on offer. In addition, Adele Bates will be heading up a talk that will no doubt leave all inspired.
As a leading Australian bathroom manufacturer, Omvivo puts contemporary and luxury into the bathroom. With access to the extensive local manufacturing facilities of Schiavello Group, Omvivo is sure to delight with its latest products on display for Saturday Indesign as it takes up residence in the glamorous Sub-Zero and Wolf showroom in Melbourne’s CBD. Refined sophistication, and local and international design will be ignited.
Combining technical expertise with a design-led approach, TSAR is a go-to for designers looking for the technical expertise to deliver. Touch and feel the latest releases from this Australian-owned company as TSAR partners with Sub-Zero and Wolf for Saturday Indesign. And one lucky Saturday Indesign attendee could be winning something special from our friends at TSAR – more details released but register now so you don’t miss out.
Joining the Saturday Indesign line-up, nothing could be fresher than the freshly opened Residentia showroom in Richmond. Representing a high-end list of European appliance brands like Elica and Teka, you know there is going to be informative cooking demonstrations and plenty of food to devour.
With a sprawling showroom in the heart of Melbourne, Stylecraft joins Saturday Indesign and its large four-level space will take everyone who enters on a journey of design. On the ground and lower levels, StylecraftHOME will come to life through a series of curated home spaces designed by Meanwhile in Melbourne’s Manuela Millan – think furniture, artwork and ceramics. Moving upstairs, you can take in carefully curated Work and Learn environments, all featuring the latest local and international furniture releases. There is no chance of leaving without new knowledge.
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