Thousands to attend Western Sydney’s biggest design show
04 Nov 2013
More than 3,000 people are expected to attend Western Sydney’s biggest free interior design show this summer, starting from when it opens to the public on Saturday 7 December 2013 at the Armory Gallery in Sydney Olympic Park.
The third annual “Designing Your Future” exhibition will be the region’s biggest showcase of the latest trends in interior design, including furniture, lighting, commercial carpet design, wallpaper design and decorating.
“Designing Your Future” is delivered by TAFE NSW – South Western Sydney’s (SWSi’s) interior design school located at Lidcombe College and celebrates the work of the 2013 graduating class.
The exhibition brings together works suitable for residential, commercial interiors and institutional interiors including, well-being centres and restaurants.
Event organiser and TAFE SWSi Senior Head Teacher in Design, Kathy Marshall expects the third annual “Designing Your Future” show to be a record-breaking exhibition.
“Designing Your Future” is on track to become the biggest ever showcase of interior design in the Western Sydney region,” said Ms Marshall.
“We are anticipating record-breaking crowds this year as we unveil the next generation in interior design.
“This year’s exhibition will provide members of the public and the design industry with a glimpse into the future direction of Australian design, revealing how the spaces we inhabit everyday will be radically changed.”
The “Design Your Future” exhibition will run every weekend until Sunday 2 February 2014 and showcases the works of more than 75 graduates students from TAFE SWSi’s design school based at Lidcombe.
TAFE SWSi’s design school offers students the opportunity to study a range of creative disciplines such as, interior design, interior decoration, product design, furniture design and design fundamentals.
Over the duration of their course, students studying with the TAFE SWSi’s design school also have a chance to work with leading international companies such as IKEA, Graphisoft, Intercad, Designer Rugs and Hettich.