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February 29th, 2008
This year Saturday in Design has more star international guests gracing our shores than ever before.
World renowned designers Carlo Columbo and Harald Gründl (Eoos), who will also be associated with the Launch Pad program will join the guest line-up in Melbourne this August 8-9.
Online registration is open now, it’s the simplest way to ensure you receive all news updates before the event as well as your handbook and day pass delivered straight to your door prior to the big day.
With 350+ brands involved this year, you’ll need to plan ahead! Head to http://www.saturdayindesign.com.au to register online now!
An addition to the SiD program is a new project, which partners design and architecture firms with participating SID showrooms. This project directs the partnerships to install creative displays within showrooms and showroom grounds, using and inspired by showroom products.
’The Project’ has no rules other than to use showroom products, so expect to see a creative array of results during SiD, whether it be an expression of a brand’s identity, a design statement, or simply an exploration of the creative possibilities the product lends itself to. With a range of participating firms from established heavyweights to energetic up-and-coming companies, it is sure to inspire extremely varied and thought-provoking results.
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