On Tuesday night, in Sydney and Melbourne, we held our Indesign Milan Review – at Spence & Lyda in Sydney and Jardan in Melbourne. Here we look at the Sydney discussion.
May 15th, 2015
Our panelists spoke with conviction on their experiences at the fair, offering our audiences an engaging, interactive, and ultimately more meaningful report than can be gleaned from a screen.
Discussing what can Australian design + Architecture take from the world’s biggest furniture fair – from aesthetic trends to commercial developments, were our panelists Emma Elizabeth, of Emma Elizabeth Designs; David Caon, of Caon Studio; Georgia Hickey, of SJB – led by Lorenzo Logi, Managing Editor of Indesign.
It was a great evening of discussion and opinion, and good company. Thanks again to SPence & Lyda for being such wonderful hosts.
See images of the Melbourne event here, plus more coverage of both events in the next issue of DQ and Indesign Magazine.
Photography by Fiona Susanto
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