Melbourne Indesign has been held biannually since 2004 (previously named ‘Saturday in Design’) to showcase the most revolutionary ideas and game-changing new products from high-end international and regional brands and leading architecture and design talent. This August 22-23 the design event will become the focus point of the country once more. Let’s take a glance on it.
The event unites four design precincts: Collingwood, Fitzroy, Melbourne CBD and Richmond, with multiple showrooms and pop-up spaces transformed by conceptual installations and product launches, international guests, topical industry seminars, emerging designer showcases, workshops, demonstrations, networking drinks and more.
James Richardson Galleria, Melbourne Indesign
The locations are connected by tram routes and free buses, creating choose-your-own design adventures for industry insiders and design lovers.
Reece Bathroom Life Showroom, Melbourne Indesign
Melbourne Indesign unites Exhibitors with members of the architecture and design industry in a creatively charged, social, collaborative, curated design event. It’s a game-changing way to interface: meaningful and high-impact.
Luxxhelm Box Lights, Melbourne Indesign
Coco Republic, Melbourne Indesign
Archilux, Melbourne Indesign
Previous Melbourne event (2012) attracted over 6,400 visitors to almost 60 Exhibitors, including Christopher Boots,Corporate Culture, Jardan and Living Edge, to name a few. For more information or to express interest, please click here.