500 Harris St, Ultimo
This year’s Young Blood: Designers Market is bigger and brighter than ever before. With its new location in the Museum’s Turbine Hall the curated market will present the very best of Australia’s talented young designers.
Design Miami partnered with fashion house FENDI to curate an event of live design performances. Emerging designers were invited to work within traditional, or hand-made, craft methods using discarded materials from the FENDI production process.
Sackler Centre, V&A Museum
Cromwell Road, London
As the first in a new series at the V&A, Furniture Futures will explore a range of topics including, furniture as a new art form, the role of new materials and sustainability in design, and whether individual creativity or collaboration is the key to innovative practice.
1950's Reclaimed school coat rack designed and manufactured in the UK. Teak board with 15 vintage iron hooks each one in varying degrees of original condition. Request more images.
Rare Typists 'SD2' desk designed by Welles Coates for PEL, UK, 1933. This particular example was made under license by Kingfisher (label attached). Tubular steel frame with Oak work top and drawers. Brass tubular handle and key.
1950s set of Lockers designed and manufactured in the UK. Grey lacquered Oak unit with 12 lacquered doors. Mahogany handles and black plinth.
Ivan Dougherty Gallery
Corner of Selwyn Street and Albion Avenue Paddington, Sydney
For this year’s Sydney Design Festival the Ivan Dougherty Gallery presents ‘Sustain Me’ an exhibition exploring the conventional role design and designers play in creating and developing a deeper understanding of sustainability.
Stephen Burks is one of the most recognized American industrial designers of his generation. He and his New York studio, Readymade Projects, have been responsible for creative direction and industrial design on projects ranging from retail interiors and events to packaging, consumer products, lighting, furniture and home accessories.