EXPLORING AUSTRALIA’S THIRST FOR FUNCTIONAL SCULPTURE AND AMBITIOUS ONE-OFF WORKS OF DESIGN

Posted 05 Mar 2018

Initiated by Christopher Boots for Melbourne Design Week

Presented by AUTHENTIC DESIGN ALLIANCE

As we forge our own Australian design identity, a by-product of the current boom in luxury residential, hospitality and development projects has created new opportunities for artists and designers as the thirst for unique, commissioned, and one-off works is defining public and private spaces.

A moderated panel discussion draws from architecture, interior design, industrial design, sculpture, and gallery level commissions to explore how one-off works now contribute to our cultural design DNA.

Join us to discover how ultra-custom design objects, ambitious furniture pieces and large-scale sculptural works brand architectural and interior projects, creating a new market for commissioned and collaborative works made by Australian creatives.

WHAT // Moderated panel discussion followed by drinks in an intimate setting at Christopher Boots Atelier

WHEN // Wednesday March 21st, 6.00 for 6.30pm

WHERE // 369 Gore Street, Fitzroy

TICKETS // $20 + bf – Eventbrite

This event is proud to join the DENFAIR DESIGN LOOP program.

PANEL //

CHRISTOPHER BOOTS, designer

DION HORSTMANS, sculptor

PASCALE GOMES-McNABB, architect

LOU WEIS, creative director

MODERATOR //

Anne-Maree SargeantAUTHENTIC DESIGN ALLIANCE

 

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