Indesign: The Event are excited to announce their plans for 2015 with a return to Hong Kong and Sydney, with a bigger and bolder edition of the two.
October 28th, 2014
Following the success of Singapore Indesign and Melbourne Indesign this year, Indesign: The Event have announced dates for 2015. Sydney Indesign will take place in August and Hong Kong Indesign in November. Mark your calendars now!
For Hong Kong Indesign, the format will remain similar, retaining everything the audience has grown to love about The Event but, says Events Manager Tegan Schwarz, with some added extras. “We’re “re-imagining some elements, rebooting and enhancing the experience.”
For Sydney, Indesign: The Event returns to its origins, and continues on its path of evolution, drawing on the spirit of the local Architecture and Design community once again.
Over the week-long event, the audience can expect to be taken on a journey of discovery with a rich line-up of seminars, launches from local and international brands, unique demonstrations and much more.
Be part of this unforgettable experience.
Applications are now open for Hong Kong Indesign and Sydney Indesign.
For Hong Kong Indesign, click here.
For Sydney Indesign click here.
Indesign: The Event is a boutique, non-traditional design trade event, showcasing the best regional and local architecture and design talent and a curation of high-end brands. It works by uniting showrooms around the city in distinct design precincts, closely linked by design trails, curated pop-up spaces and our own free shuttle buses.
The linked showrooms and curated spaces are embedded in a rich programme of design attractions such as international guests, product launches, conceptual installations, talks, workshops, demonstrations, parties, design competitions and more, presenting a host of choose-your-own social design adventures for industry insiders and design lovers.
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