A brand new series of events brings major projects featured in Indesign magazine to life. Ken Maher and James Grose will head up the first Indesign In Discussion on Tuesday 15 March 2011.
February 10th, 2011
Indesign is launching a brand new series of events designed to bring major projects featured in the magazine to life.
The Indesign in Discussion series is a unique opportunity to see behind the scenes, meet the designers and understand the design thinking of key commercial projects in Australia.
Myer building, Docklands
The first projects to make it from the page to the stage are the ANZ and Myer buildings from the Docklands special featured in Indesign #43.
ANZ building, Docklands
Ken Maher (hero image above), Executive Chairman of HASSELL and architectural design leader on the ANZ project, and James Grose, National Director of BVN and design principal for the Myer building, will talk about their vision and insights in a relaxed, informal seminar.
The seminar will be followed by an open discussion, where the audience will have the opportunity to contribute.
Atrium, ANZ building, Docklands
The event will take place on Tuesday 15 March 2011 at the Schiavello showroom in Sydney’s Surry Hills. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain an insight into 2 of Australia’s key recent projects.
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