With the countdown officially on for Saturday Indesign 2023, top secret plans by our exhibitors are underway. That’s right – your favourite brands are getting their Melbourne spaces ready to be transformed for the biggest event on the design calendar, where they’re preparing to dilute the best local, regional and global inspiration into tangible experiences for Saturday Indesign.
From design talks to VIP parties, product demonstrations to creative collaborations, this year’s event is shaping up to be a showstopper. With registrations now open, all that’s left is for you to do is start planning your day and mapping out the showrooms that are top of your hit list.
If you haven’t already, get your excitement building with our very first exhibitor drop, or read on to see the rest of the brands that will be opening their doors come Saturday September 2. From bathrooms, to kitchens, lighting to office furniture, we’ve got the very best of Melbourne’s design scene on board.
Dive into the line-up and register for free now to confirm your Saturday Indesign attendance. Now is your chance to lock in your place at the must-visit event of 2023!
Saturday Indesign 2023 Exhibitor Line-Up Second Drop
Arthur G – Richmond Precinct
Arthur G is a furniture company dedicated to the creation and production of classic design in Australia. Arthur G is known for quality upholstery, solid hardwood construction and a creative freedom afforded to all its clients.
All Arthur G pieces are designed by Founder Arthur Georgopoulos and Leonard Georgopoulos and built by an expert team of craftspeople in Huntingdale, Victoria. The brand maintains showrooms in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth, and is represented by Transforma Furniture in Adelaide.
Axor – Collingwood/Fitzroy Precinct
AXOR conceives and manufactures iconic objects for luxurious bathrooms and kitchens. Launched in 1993, with a mission is to develop taps, showers and accessories crafted with unparalleled design, technology, and manufacturing quality. From the very beginning, the brand has been guided by three core values – avantgarde, personalisation and perfection – and is now synonymous with innovative, sophisticated, custom-made bathroom design.
Design Precinct – Richmond Precinct
Design Precinct was created as the (love child) of Mia and Justin van Nierop in order to express their passion for high-quality interior products from bath ware to tiles to wallpapers and lighting, designed and produced with respect for their principles.
All of Design Precinct’s broad spectrum of products are originals, paying homage to the intellectual property and integrity of the creators and are produced in Italy or Spain by craftsmen who respect the need for sustainable beauty.
Didier – Richmond Precinct
Didier creates unique and beautiful furniture conceived with an authentic narrative and delivered by engineering brilliance. The brand celebrates the close connection between people and the objects they love and believes good design enhances lives. Didier encourages customers to make each piece their own – to be valued, used and admired every day.
HOW. – CBD Precinct
HOW. is a distinguished provider of innovative, bespoke workspace solutions tailored to the commercial sector, specialising in creating inspiring and productive environments that enhance people’s well-being and performance. Driven by a genuine passion and commitment to shaping the future of workplace design, HOW prides itself on offering exceptional value through their curated range of best-in-class products and bespoke services.
Jardan – Richmond Precinct
With a deep connection to the Australian way of life, a collaborative design and manufacturing approach and an ongoing commitment to sustainable production, Jardan creates inspiring and responsible furniture and lighting, with a curated collection of homewares. Jardan is owned and managed by brothers, Nick and Michael Garnham. Nick, Managing Director, and Renee Garnham, Creative director, inspire the thought and direction in every detail of design, colour and aesthetic.
Mobilia – Richmond Precinct
Mobilia is a family-owned Australian company that offers high-end furniture, lighting and design objects. Founded with an ingrained passion for design and craftsmanship, they curate and represent the world’s most iconic and innovative brands, design masters and pieces.
Omvivo – CBD Precinct
Omvivo has been a pioneer in contemporary bathroom product design and manufacturing for over 25 years. A subsidiary of the Schiavello Group, Omvivo remains at the forefront of the Australian and international bathroom market.
The Omvivo collection incorporates pieces that challenge and inspire. The dedicated design team places the company in a unique position. Products evolve from concept through to production and beyond, considering innovation, functionality and quality. Collaboration with external reputable designers to expand the collection and to create project specific pieces also adds to the diversity of the company.
Sub-Zero Wolf – CBD Precinct
Sub-Zero, the food preservation specialist, pioneers technology that keeps food fresher longer. Wolf, the cooking specialist, delivers precise temperature control to ensure delicious results.
Designed for timeless appeal, these iconic brands bring substance to luxury with the powerful combination of performance, design and dependability. Stunning on the surface, with exquisite finishes and refined styling. Beyond their beauty are the highest-quality materials, decades of engineering innovations, and an ongoing commitment, from a third generation family-owned company, to dependability and performance.
Tait – Collingwood/Fitzroy Precinct
Designed and handcrafted in Australia from sustainable materials, Tait products are reflective of their enviable outdoor lifestyle, built to withstand diverse climate conditions and informed by a distinctly Australian palette. Established in 1992 by Gordon and Susan Tait, their pieces have proudly become icons of contemporary Australian design, renowned for their high performance and longevity.
Thinking Works – Richmond Precinct
The adventure began in 1984, when they quickly established themselves as the commercial furniture company who combined exceptional quality with ingenious creativity. Ever since, this inspired mix of eye-catching aesthetics (the ‘beauty’) and intelligent design (the ‘brains’) has formed the lifeblood of all they do. With a focus on beautiful, sustainable design; their in-house design team are always looking for new ways to offer solutions to the modern workplace.
Winning Appliances – Richmond Precinct
Winning Appliances is Australia’s leading appliance specialist and a fourth generation, century-old family business. With 17 showrooms across Australia, Winning Appliances offers Australia’s most immersive premium appliances shopping experience, with the world’s best and exclusive brands and on-hand product and culinary experts.
Winya – CBD Precinct
Winya Indigenous Furniture is a majority Indigenous owned business and the only company in Australia awarded by the United Nations for Leadership in Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
Winya maximises its procurement outreach programs with timbers from remote communities, fabrics From women’s art centres and has created programs in Prisons to train Indigenous inmates to reduce recidivism & build better communities.
Saturday Indesign will be held in Melbourne, Australia on Saturday 2nd September. Registrations are free and provide access to the full daytime event including all participating showrooms, hospitality, talks, activations and free event transport.