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Australia’s largest trade show for the architecture and interior design industry is set to kick off next week in Melbourne, boasting three days of design celebration from 30 May–1 June. As well as the trade show platform featuring the latest in furniture, textiles, lighting, appliances and surfaces, plus independently curated features, designEX this year includes a seminar series entitled ‘The Business of Design‘.
Day One of the seminar series sees industrial designer Michael Young speaking about his experience working and manufacturing in China and City Lab director Andrew Mackenzie and a panel of guests discussing the risks and rewards of architectural competitions in Australia. Day Two sees McBride Charles Ryan principal Debbie Ryan discuss their Cloud House and other projects (this talk runs on the Friday and Saturday), while Phooey director Emma Young discusses re-use and adaptation. Friday’s program also sees a number of student sessions, including the founders of Motherbird talking about how to start a creative studio. Day Three includes an ‘Unbuilt’ event where a number of designers and architects will examine unbuilt architecture and the use of technology to suggest new ways of experiencing architecture and design through the use of Augmented Reality and animation, among others. Click here for the full list of seminars.
ADR is giving away 5 x double passes to designEX Seminar Series events of the winners’ choices.
To enter the competition, simply sign up to the ADR e-newsletter (current subscribers may also enter), then email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘designEX’ to go in the draw to win one of 5 x double passes to designEX Seminar Series at the Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre from 30 May–1 June, 2013. Please include your name, contact number, and the name of the seminar you’d like to attend.
Entries close at 5pm on Tuesday 28 May 2013. Winners will be notified via email shortly after.
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