Renowned for their comprehensive curation of classic and contemporary design, it’s lucky Living Edge have found such a large space for their new showroom.
August 7th, 2015
Located in Alexandria, as part of the stylish commercial hub, The Woolstores, the 1900 square metre space is the perfect shell to fill with amazing products.
Celebrated architects Woods Bagot created the space, complete with soaring ceilings and tactile finishes. Within, art and design objects sit alongside the furniture, with the mezzanine level showroom showcasing the ‘Living Office’ – a conceptual ‘living’ workspace developed in conjunction with Herman Miller. Though this floor is not open without appointment, SID attendees are invited to book a guided tour of Living Edge’s very own ABW office. Click here to make your appointment now.
On the main floor, immersive brand experiences will take you away to carefully designed worlds by Herman Miller, E15, BassamFellows, Stellar Works, Louis Poulsen, Walter Knoll and more.
Living Edge is taking their new showroom to the next level for Sydney Indesign, with retro coffee carts, cocktail hour and amazing giveaways. Enjoying what you see? Get snapping, because the best 5 Instagram pics taken during Sydney Indesign of the Living Edge showroom will win a cutting edge Michael Young PXR-5 watch. Just make sure you hashtag #livingedgeSID15.
Need a little pick-me-up? On Friday and Saturday during SID – Living Edge will host the Little Hopper X Pop Concrete Café outside the Woolstores. Serving Little Marionette coffee and biscotti daily, the retro-coffee cart is certain to make you smile. Sit down and enjoy it, the Pop Plus furniture will make the experience even more relaxing.
From 4pm daily the now iconic Living Edge bar will open, to serve crowds a friendly tipple to take the Sydney Indesign experience into the evening. The perfect place to reflect on the days inspiring exhibitions before heading off the official afterparty.
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