Michael Young to head up this years design seminars in Sydney to reveal global future design trends
February 21st, 2008
Internationally acclaimed interior, industrial and furniture designer Michael Young,of Michael Young Studio, will ensure a memorable 20 year celebration for designEX this year when he appears as a keynote speaker at the event’s International Seminar Series.
Held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, the annual designfest will run from 10 – 12 April 2008 with the International Seminar Series playing a crucial role in delivering quality and insightful industry perspectives.
Young, alongside other local and international design experts’ topics will look to the future of interior, architecture design and branding, examining the impact of social and environmental issues in the broader design industry.
“Michael Young is undoubtedly one of the world’s most revered designers, a key player in shaping the future of design. It is an honour to have him lead what promises to be an insightful, engaging and informative International Seminar Series,” Danielle Fischer, Group Show Manager of designEX, said.
Further details of speakers and topics for the designEX International Seminar Series can be obtained here.
Bookings for the International Seminar Series are essential.
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