Saturday Indesign returns to Melbourne in 2023, register your interest to exhibit, collaborate or attend today!
For those with major FOMO! Here we relive the highlights of Saturday Indesign and share all the moments you may have missed from that memorable May day in Sydney.
Now is the time for workplaces and commercial venues to showcase the flexibility and agility of office furniture we’ve known and loved all along.
Okidoki is the result of collaboration between District and ThinkingWorks, making work life less ordinary in a stylish but functional designer-friendly workstation.
We came out in droves for Orgatec 2018 – the year that Australians dominated the German commercial furniture fair quite unlike ever before.
The grey skies of Cologne were not enough to dampen the spirits for an Aussie design cohort. Coming together at the Radisson Blu, our Orgatec event was the perfect backdrop for the community to share a drink and swap stories.
Dance for Life is a rare opportunity for the architecture and design community to really let its hair down and party – all for a good cause. 2018’s dance celebration was no exception.
Last week saw hundreds of products across a wide range of categories awarded in the annual Good Design Awards. Here we highlight the projects and products that remain close to our heart – architecture, interiors and furniture.
With the launch of ThinkingQuietly, a new range of high-performance acoustic furniture from ThinkingWorks, Stylecraft continues their tradition of providing the Australian market with the latest and greatest in commercial furniture.
Dance For Life (DFL) supports ReachOut, a platform for youth dealing with mental health issues. With current statistics stating that up to one in five Australians experience symptoms of mental illness, it is something that many in the design community, and the wider community, come into contact with.
After a 4-year hiatus, Dance For Life returned to the design community in March this year. Next year, it’s back again at the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Sydney’s Circular Quay — promising to be bigger and better than ever.