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MAKE it Precinct at Saturday in Design

Where you’ll see design TURNED, SPUN and MOULDED, in a celebration of unique collaborations between designers and manufacturers



BY jesse

August 6th, 2012


Visitors to this year’s Saturday in Design in Melbourne will experience a new curated space at Balmain Street in Richmond.

Artist and designer Christina Waterson has teamed up with howwecreate.com, ’Palamont – art in manufacturing’, CNC Metal Spinners, and Evostyle to “TURN it, SPIN it and MOULD it” with live manufacturing of designs throughout the event.

The 3 elements of this exciting new location will make it a true hub for designers, architects, manufacturers and design lovers to learn more about these popular processes and spark new collaborations.

TURN it: See Wood Worker/Designer Coco Reynolds and Designer Jonathon Logan (of Launch Pad 2011 fame) as they work with Evostyle to wood turn a special gift for you.

SPIN it: See an original style metal spinning machine from CNC Metal Spinners in action.

MOULD it: The hardworking ’MAKE it’ crew from Palamont will make and give away the winning Design a Cup entry, manufacturing it before your eyes. With over

This unique event represent the continuation of the howwecreate.com initiative: ’Inspiring new conversations, initiating collaborations and sparking innovation, while promoting an opportunity for industry growth and awakening’.

Be sure to head along on +Friday and Saturday to pick up your free gifts and to chat with Australia’s leading designers and makers throughout the event.

’MAKE it’ Precinct at 33 – 41 Balmain Street, Richmond

 

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