Designday | Take a look at some of our favourite snaps from Urbis Designday 2017.
Designday | One of Designday’s biggest hits was an installation by three unlikely collaborators.
Designday | Designday’s favourite car makers partnered up with creative strategist FLY to offer visitors a three-part experience.
Designday | See some of the many highlights of the ninth annual Urbis Designday.
Designday | A seriously labour-intensive installation wowed the masses at Designday HQ this year.
Designday | Blum’s new drawer and organisation system was the centre of the company’s Designday installation this year.
Designday | This duo used 100 per cent polyester furnishings to transform this fabulous corner at Designday HQ.
Designday | The duo created a huge, hanging installation made from chains and Methven shower heads.
Designday | A bathroom specialist and a footwear designer created an all-white haven downstairs at Designday HQ.
Designday | Small circles, hung carefully, were the feature of this installation at Designday HQ.
Designday | De’Longhi’s showroom was buzzing with energy this Urbis Designday.
Designday | Urbis’ dear friend ECC hosted a laid-back installation for this year’s Designday.
Designday | Parnell-based furniture makers IMO provided the perfect setting for conversations around design this Designday.
Designday | Studio Italia and Korean artist Hye Rim Lee hosted a day filled with curious art, performance and hospitality.
Designday | Danish furniture specialist BoConcept hosted a luminous series of installations by design trio Think & Shift.
Designday | This Designday, fabric specialist James Dunlop Textiles collaborated with trend forecaster WGSN to bring us a presentation of 2016 trends to watch.
Competitions | Competition closed. Winner - Mark Westerby
People | Melbourne-based Lyndal Wallis of trend forecasting company WGSN talks about business and what to watch in 2015.
Competitions | Have you won yourself a $4000 Rocket coffee machine?