Tickets on sale now: Designday 2017

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Tickets on sale now: Designday 2017

 

Designday 2017, the much-anticipated event featuring leading design-led showrooms in Auckland will run over Fri 24 March (Designday Pro – exclusive day for design professionals) and Sat 25 March (Urbis Designday – open to all).

Buy tickets here!

2017 sees the return of Urbis Designday, taking place on Saturday 25 March from 10am to 5pm.

Urbis Designday, an all-day event filled with inspiration and creative flair, is open to both the public and design professionals. 

This central Auckland event offers the chance to experience design collaborations at their best. A range of furniture and design showrooms will be transformed, thanks to the ideas of creatives from a broad range of disciplines including architecture, multimedia, interiors, fashion and art.

Alongside Urbis Designday, Designday Pro, now in its second year and taking place on Friday 24 March from 10am to 9pm, is an exclusive all-day industry event.

Earmarked solely for design professionals, Designday Pro offers a new way for industry members to network, engage and be informed.

Tickets & Passes:

Urbis Designday, Saturday 25 March: Tickets on sale here. (Urbis Designday is free for registered design professionals only.)

Designday Pro, Friday 24 March: Design professionals must register to receive their free pass(es). Register here.

Transportation:

Designday pass and ticket holders will enjoy free transportation between venues and can start the day at any Designday location.

To view Designday highlights from 2015, click here. For more information on Designday, click here.


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