With just over 100 days to go until Melbourne Indesign, registrations for visitors have now opened!
April 30th, 2014
Melbourne Indesign is a trade event with a difference. Held biannually since 2004 (previously named ‘Saturday in Design’), it brings together Melbourne’s four design precincts: Collingwood, Fitzroy, Melbourne CBD and Richmond, with design trails connecting activated showrooms and pop-up spaces, showcasing the best new design from across Australia and around the world.
It’s a relaxed and social, immersive inner city design experience, with tram routes and free buses traveling between highlights all day.
It’s completely free to attend, you just need to register. This will provide you with an all-access-pass to all the showrooms and venues, and their activities and entertainments on the day.
Registration also gives you free all-day travel on the Indesign: The Event shuttle buses, traveling between highlights in the four design precincts all day on the Saturday.
If you register online now, you’ll skip the registration queues and make the most of your time on event day. If you register online before Monday 18 August, and visit at least four showrooms during Melbourne Indesign (which of course you will anyway!), you go in the running to win some gorgeous, new design prizes from their Exhibitors. These include an exquisite rug from Designer Rugs, with more prizes to be announced soon.
They’ll also be able to personalise your visitor pass with your name and company. So why wait? Reserve your place at Melbourne Indesign now.
Some events at Melbourne Indesign will be ticketed, so keep an eye out for programming updates once you register.
For more coverage of Melbourne Indesign 2014 visit: indesignlive.com/category/articles/in-review/mid-2014
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