See them all at Melbourne Indesign!

The countdown continues with less than a month to go before Melbourne Indesign 2016 kicks off!

Be sure to register your attendance online for free to join us for a design takeover of the city of style.

Famous faces from the brands you love

Don’t miss your opportunity to meet Fernando Méndez Morán, Atlas Concorde’s Export Operations manager in the Atlas Concorde showroom during Melbourne Indesign.

Café Culture + Insitu will be presenting new ranges from designers at Anaesthetic, Anchor Ceramics, ChristelH, Didier, LifeSpaceJourney, and Savage Design – Melbourne Indesign is your chance to meet the designers as they showcase their creativity.

Meet Willem Cosijn, the Consul-General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, who will be speaking on behalf of the Dutch Design Collective.

Shaw Contract’s international guest Marcy Ewing is also coming down under and Melbourne Indesign is your chance to meet her.

LiveLife Seminar Series – How we Live in Design:

The LiveLife seminars are a series of talks hosted by members of the Habitus editorial team featuring prominent members of the design community set to take place on August 12. Tickets for the talks are on sale now and come with a range of Hay Stationary and the latest issue of Habitus magazine!

The Talks

Heritage and Australian Identity – the Brick Veneer and the Suburbs

Disrupting Design Living – the New Commune

Lighting the Home – How to Show How We Live

WorkLife Seminar Series – How Design Works in the Office

The WorkLife seminars are a series of talks hosted by the Indesign editorial team and features prominent members of the architecture and design communities taking place on August 12. Tickets for the talks are on sale now and come with a range of Hay Stationary, a formal CPD Point for architects and designers, and the latest issue of the newly relaunched Indesign Magazine.

The Talks

The Gender Imbalance

Experimentation In Design

Are We Fed Up with Fame?

Who Hired the Project Manager?

Designing for the Public

The War for Talent