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Calling All Designers: Top Picks for Sydney Indesign

By Jacqui Thompson
13th Aug 2013

With so much happening at this year's Sydney Indesign festival, The Urban List Sydney's graphic designer, Jonathan Verzosa, has mapped out not-to-be-missed design highlights and events.

Opening this Thursday the 15th, and running through to Saturday the 17th, we have broken down your itinerary into hot-spot locations.

Alexandria/ Rosebery

Coco Republic + Smeg

Saturday afternoon from 12-3pm enjoy lunch at the Coco Republic Design Ristorante, and cocktails after that, from 3-6pm, at the Apertivo bar. Aside from the lovely indulgences, you can peruse the Coco Republic Smeg sensory installation for The Project, and the new Timothy Oulton concept gallery.


Stop by for a drink and check out the newly renovated Jardan showroom. Plus, you can enter the Jardan Instagram competition to win one of their latest pieces.  


The Galleria, located at the Australian Technology Park, is a new addition this year and features over 70 design suppliers under the one roof! Make sure you drop by:

Evie Group 





Corporate Culture

Help Corporate Culture celebrate their revamped flagship showroom, with a delicious Saturday morning breakfast on the house. Also, enter for the opportunity to win their biggest giveaway yet!

Surry Hills

Arthur G + Workshopped

An Aussie BBQ, beer and Gelato Messina—you can't go past this event. You will have the opportunity to meet the designers, and potentially win a custom-made rug and Arthur G chair.


Wander through the Sakura Garden and Maruni Bonsai Field at SeehoSu's new studio. If you pop in on Friday, champagne will be on hand to celebrate the studio's opening, and on Saturday morning a hearty bowl of miso soup will get you on your way.  If you enter their Instagram competition you could win a SANAA 'rabbit ear' chair!

Register at the Sydney Indesign website for the opportunity to win prizes or simply join the design trail ad hoc.  Further exhibitor and transport information is on the Sydney Indesign website. 

Top image credit: Coco Republic

Middle image credit: SeehoSu

Bottom image credit: SeehoSu

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