Urbis Designday® 2010

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Urbis Designday® 2010 branding.

Urbis Designday® 2010 branding.

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Cite & World / Dub Module.

Cite & World / Dub Module.

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Urbis headquarters. Richard Naish of RTA Studio & Audi installation.

Urbis headquarters. Richard Naish of RTA Studio & Audi installation.

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Cavit&Co & Xanthe White.

Cavit&Co & Xanthe White.

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Design Denmark & Penny Vernon.

Design Denmark & Penny Vernon.

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Anzac Tasker installation at Simon James.

Anzac Tasker installation at Simon James.

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Anzac Tasker, winner of HP Future Designers.

Anzac Tasker, winner of HP Future Designers.

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The fifth Urbis Designday® was powered by the Audi A5 Sportback.

This was the first time in the history of Urbis Designday® that designers from areas other than fashion were invited to collaborate with showrooms. The result was an eclectic display of installations from the worlds of art, fashion, photography and technology.

This was also a first for Urbis’s very own installation at its home base at Ironbank, in association with Richard Naish of RTA Studio and Audi.


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