Saturday in Design is almost here again, this year introducing an exciting new initiative called ’The Project’ – where select members of the design community will play key creative roles in this years event.
May 8th, 2008
’The Project’ initiative has partnered some of Australia’s top architecture and design firms with participating showrooms in design collaborations at Saturday in Design, inviting them to install exciting environments within showrooms, using products to highlight the quality and creative possibilities they offer.
Amalgamated Marble with Christopher Elliott Design
Centra Commercial Interiors with Resource
Contemporary Leathers/ Instyle Contract Textiles with Woods Bagot
Corporate Culture with Ferguson Design Studio
ECC Lighting + Living with Zwei Interiors Architecture
Euroluce Lighting Australia with Bates Smart
Fisher & Paykel with Tony Camilleri
GGI Office Systems with Woodhead
Hafele Australia with Geyer
Hettich Australia with German designer Thorsten Rosenstengel
Insitu with Cunsolo Architects
InterfaceFLOR with Siren Design
James Richardson with Baenziger Coles
Jardan Australia / Kvadrat Maharam with Jackson Clements Burrows
Living Edge with Exponential Design
Mico Design with Interlandi Mantesso
Planex with Alexander Lotersztain
Rugs Carpet and Design with Blackmilk
Sampford IXL with Martin Reid ID
Schiavello with Hassell
Stylecraft with Geyer
Systems Supply with Artillery
Mariachi Design will partner with the following companies at the Arts House Meat Markets curated venue:
Abet Laminati, Arthur G, Dexion, ECF, Elite Space, Ilve, James Richardson, Ontera Modular Carpets, Silent Gliss, Uplifting Solutions, Whitecliffe Imports.
Creative limits will be pushed with each partnership working together to develop exciting and inspirational showcases for the thousands of Saturday in Design visitors to view.
Viewers can expect to be captivated by realms of the virtual, the gravity defying, the edible, the interactive and the unbelievable.
So, as well as the usual activities revolving around Saturday in Design, Melbourne will house an excess of awe-inspiring installations and innovations, reflecting the city’s vibrant design culture and wealth of talent.
For more information on ‘The Project’, and other Saturday in Design related information, please refer to Indesign and DQ magazines, as well as the Saturday in Design handbook, to be released prior to the event.
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