Sydney – it’s time to get out and about and reconnect with the latest in design showrooms
4 November, 2020
We’ve spent so much of 2020 longing to dive back in to tangible design. We want to meet new people, discover new spaces and be able to reach out and touch all the new products that have landed. And now – thanks to Super Design – we’re making that a reality! Open to all our NSW design lovers, Super Design has a set of curated physical activations presented by some of our favourite brands in the industry.
From brand new showroom walkthroughs to curated product demonstrations, this is your chance to dive back into the design events you know and love.
Not in town? Don’t sweat it – we’ve thought of you too! You’ll be able to experience the spaces in the digital realm, where you can experience all the latest spaces at the touch of a button.
Keen to know more? We’ve got all the details for you below.
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Book a studio tour where the Euroluce team will be delighted to show you around the entire space created to inspire, bring ideas of creativity and showcase today’s most iconic and globally acclaimed lighting designs from our decorative and architectural lighting ranges.
Discover classic products from brands such as Flos, Reggiani, Oluce, Wästberg, Yamagiwa and Tala. We will walk you through the inspiration behind the design and the award-winning designers such as Michael Anastassiades, Vico Magistretti, Patricia Urquiola, Achille & Pier Giacomo Castiglioni and many more while respecting all current safety measures.
Light refreshments and goodie bag gifts included.
Sub-Zero and Wolf are at the forefront of high-end, design and technology-led refrigeration and cooking appliances in the kitchen. The newly opened showroom space in Surry Hills, Sydney, designed by celebrated multi-disciplinary designer Adele Bates, is a tangible testament to this. The design of the Sub-Zero and Wolf showroom represents the synthesis of aesthetic sensibility and practical objectives, ultimately designed to create an intimate connection between the visitor, the brand, and the appliances.
In a series of events exclusive to Super Design, join James Moore of Sub-Zero and Wolf for a guided tour of this unique and inspiring showroom and discover how it facilitates education, experimentation and in-depth consultation so that consumers and A+D professionals walk away with a complete understanding of the unique design possibilities of Sub-Zero and Wolf and how the range can complement, and indeed, enhance their kitchens, homes and lifestyles.
Get up close and personal with Olivia Lee’s (Olivia Lee) one-off product made in partnership with CDK Stone. Crafted from the new Himalaya Crystal Neolith product from the brand’s new Six S Range, this exclusive creation will only be available to view in the CDK showroom for a limited time. Explore the magic of collaboration and witness the new range.
***All physical events at Super Design have a comprehensive COVID-19 Safety Plan in place and are run by businesses registered as COVID Safe.
Your safety is our top priority. Due to COVID restrictions, it’s important that you do not attend if you are unwell or showing any flu-like symptoms. In this case, we ask that you please cancel your registration as early as possible, so that others on the waitlist may take your place.
Attendance to each physical event is limited. Please refer to each event to check individual capacities.
This event takes you through an exclusive first look at Cosh Living’s new showroom, introducing you to the designers and collaborators that worked together to produce the space.
In this event, you’ll hear from Justin Hutchinson and his team from Kett about their approach in designing the showroom, discussing concept, approach, process and small hiccups along the way. Visual merchandiser CJ presents featured collections from Tribu, Dedon, Potocco and Kett and local collaborators Rakumba lighting and Cantilever Interiors talk through their unique contributions to the space.
This event is your opportunity to be the first in line for the new space and to experience the new collections and discover what goes into creating these unique spaces. Get involved in a Q&A session with Justin Hutchinson (Head Designer – Kett) and Shane Sinnott (Director Cosh Living) to have your questions answered.
Let Euroluce take you on a virtual tour of their newly refurbished flagship studio in Sydney. This interactive tour will explore the entire showroom space, created to inspire, bring ideas of creativity and showcase today’s most iconic and globally acclaimed luminaire designs.
Discover classic products from brands such as Flos, Reggiani, Oluce, Wästberg, Yamagiwa and Tala. We will walk you through the inspiration behind the design and the award-winning designers such as Michael Anastassiades, Vico Magistretti, Patricia Urquiola, Achille & Pier Giacomo Castiglioni and many more.
Sub-Zero and Wolf is firmly at the forefront of high-end, design and technology-led refrigeration and cooking appliances in the kitchen. For the newly opened showroom space in Surry Hills, Sydney, they’ve collaborated with celebrated multi-disciplinary designer Adele Bates to create a physical space that facilitates education, experimentation and in-depth consultation so that consumers and A+D professionals walk away with a complete understanding of the unique design possibilities of Sub-Zero and Wolf and how the range can complement, and indeed, enhance their kitchens, homes and lifestyles.
Join host Alice Blackwood as she takes a deep-dive into this project, with Adele, Andrew Mumford and James Moore of Sub-Zero & Wolf sharing their insights on how design facilitated a unique and ultra specific brief.
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