With only a few days remaining to see the work of almost 50 Australian designers, now is the time to visit Workshopped 15 at Supa Centa Moore Park.
August 18th, 2015
Providing a platform for Australian designers to reach national and international manufacturers, retailers and consumers, Workshopped 15 is an exhibition that helps many Australian designers kick start their careers.
This year, Workshopped 15 has asked designers to consider the role of design in architecture, and reflect on how their design relates to contemporary architecture locally and internationally. Many of the exhibitors have set out to reshape, redefine and reinvent materials, techniques and forms to create functional product or new classics.
Featured works of the exhibition will be on show at Supa Centa Moore Park from August 6–23.
2A Todman Ave, Kensington 2033
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