Congratulations to Kerri-anne Towers of HBO+EMTB in Perth, who was the winner of the competition. The competition involved finding Rim's packages located around town at Saturday in Design, and figuring out what attributes of Rim they represented. Kerri-anne is the lucky recipient of a $2000 Tiffany & Co. voucher. Happy spending!
Rim would like to thank everyone that took part int the competition this year.
After a highly successful inaugural event in May 2007, Brisbane Indesign is back to take over the streets of Fortitude Valley and the surrounding suburbs of Brisbane, so if you didn't make it to Saturday in Design in Melbourne, book your flights and register online now for the Brisbane event! visit brisbaneindesign.com.au to find out more...
Ism Objects' workshop opens for business in the industrial setting of Tait's showroom for Saturday in Design. This collaboration offers the ultimate opportunity to discover, listen and learn – designers for both companies will be involved in a comprehensive Q & A session.
Acclaimed designers Daniel Barbera from Melbourne and Trent Jensen from Sydney will be speaking about ISM's lighting range, focusing on the launch of the new Sparks range. The Sparks collection includes Kapelo by Chris Connell, Shady by Daniel Barbera and Iro by Zinkel Carpenter.
Meanwhile, furniture designer for Tait, Justin Hutchinson will speak about the new Jak + Jill contemporary indoor/outdoor setting, fresh from its Milan debut. And Tim Collins, who exhibited the Hutch caravan in Milan, will be parked out front.
So head down, enjoy a beer and chill out.
Refreshing things are happening at Systems Supply – they call it engineered creativity. Be the first to experience it at this year's Saturday in Design, where they will preview the lush nwe 32.5.
Find Systems Supply at the rear of 1 Spring Street from 9am on Saturday 9 August. See you there!
For more information contact Susan Fyfe firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hosted by design firm Geyer, the next debate in the series is scheduled for Friday 8th August at 6pm in the Shell Auditorium. The hot topic to be argued is: The hand of the designer is lost in this age of technology.
Steven Cornwell - Cornwell DesignMatthew Mulcearns - VicUrban
Rosie Scott – Geyer
Ross Didier - Product + Furniture Designer
Kathy Demos - National Design Centre
Rory Hyde - Architect + RMIT lecturer
What do you think, whose side are you on?
During SiD, 17 companies within Richmond have combined efforts to promote the 3121 area as an ongoing design precinct. The showrooms are divided into 3 areas so make sure you pick up an entry card, then get along to each one to collect a stamp during the event on 9th August to go into the draw to win one of five Bose Docking Stations. For more information and companies involved, view the newly created 3121 website: 3121designprecinct.com
Recognised for their exclusive and innovative fabric ranges, Rim Fabrics is the ideal solution for upholstery and vertical surface needs. The careful selection of colours and textures coupled with durability, environmental benefits and availability makes Rim fabrics the perfect package.
Rim fabrics are coming to the streets of Saturday in Design in a form like know other. Explore the streets within the major location/bus circuit to locate five large coloured geometric shaped packages – rectangle, circle, square, triangle and hexagon. Each package represents a special attribute of Rim Fabrics including colours, textures, durability, environmental benefits and availability.
Make the connection and enter the draw via email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and be in the draw to win … the perfect package from Tiffany & Co … a $2000 voucher!
Join the excitement on the street – an incredible prize not to be missed.
Zoe is constructed using 5 separate internal chambers filled with glazed beads allowing easy manipulation of shape into various positions. It comes fully upholstered in fabric or soft leather, and with the option of a matching foot stool. Available in 4 sizes from large to medium and baby Zoe, as well as an extended length version which incorporates the footstool like a day bed all in one piece.
Pecha Kucha Night Volume 08 will be taking place at The Blue Diamond from 6pm on Thursday night during Saturday in Design, so don't miss your chance to be inspired by a range of presenters including Nathan Gray, Jeffrey Bernett, Rory Hyde, Hugo Davidson, Steven Cornwell, Sarah Parkes and Harald Grundl. For more info go to: www.pecha-kucha.org
Imagine a building that has ZERO net carbon emissions. GHD architects have been working on a hypothetical project that would achieve this. Find out more on +Friday evening where key speakers Paul Thatcher GHD Design Director Architecture and Colin Berriman GHD Manager of Building Services will speak about Zero at the State Library Conference Centre. The evening begins at 6pm sharp for drinks and canapés. Limited spaces, RSVP to email@example.com by Friday 1 August to secure your booking.