What’s New at Melbourne Indesign

Melbourne Indesign 2016 is less than a month away, and it’s been all hands on deck here behind the scenes at team MID! We’ve pared back to the event to only the best, creating a new experience for design hunters. We’re excited to be able to show off some of the new developments we’ve been working on… Make it Late For the first time in Melbourne Indesign history, we’re inviting you to join us in the CBD for a hot date with design. Introducing Up Late Indesign, an exclusive Friday evening ‘bar hop’ between five of the city’s top design retailers, where we at team MID are teaming up with a bunch of our favourite designers and brands. There’s nothing better than an up-late date in Melbourne city, and this Melbourne Indesign, we offer design lovers across the city to wrap up your Friday with a city spanning exploration of what’s new in design. Debuting At MID Melbourne Indesign 2016 is all about new experiences and new brands, and the list of terrific exhibitors and brands showing off at the event continues to grow. Never seen before at Melbourne Indesign and exhibiting for the first time is Authentic Design Alliance, Cerdomus, the Dutch Design Collective, Franco Crea, Premium Floors, and TOTO all of who have confirmed they’ll be bringing great design experiences to the city this August. This mix of exhibitors represents the wide range of design talents on show and growing for Melbourne Indesign this year. Product Showcase A great design culture is all about great products, and Melbourne Indesign will feature the best and latest ranges of products from here and abroad. A few of the brand’s showcasing new and exciting products at Melbourne Indesign include Atlas Concorde, bringing design direct from Italy; District; ECF, showcasing design from Germany’s Sedus; Hub, bringing Italy’s Moroso to the city; PAD Furniture; Winspear and more! New Partnerships Indesign highlight The Project returns this year with a range of new partnerships & design installations celebrating the spirit of collaborations. Old and new favourites alike are taking part this year, showcasing a range of exciting installation, from a Bowling Alley and a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to student collaborations with RMIT and the Academy of Design Australia. Across the city, designers and creatives will be exploring the idea of evolution, including Café Culture, Artedomus, Shaw Contract, AJAR, Scandinavian Business Seating and more.