What to expect from Melbourne’s Denfair 2019

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19th Jun 2019

As one of Australia’s largest design fairs, Denfair is the go-to event for anyone working in – or simply admiring of – Australian design. A valuable resource for designers, architects, interior stylists and design lovers, the fair brings together some of Australia’s best emerging and established design brands all under one roof.

Now in its fifth year, the three-day event is held at Melbourne’s Convention and Exhibition Centre in South Wharf from 20-22 June. Open to both industry insiders and the public (on Saturday), the event coincides with the Australian Institute of Architects’ (AIA) National Architecture Conference to offer a snapshot of where the Australian design and architecture industries are right now.

Visitors will be able to browse new collections from some of Australia’s leading designers and retailers, and chat to exhibitors about the products on show. And as you will know, seeing and touching a lounge or a light fitting up close is a wholly different experience to seeing it on Instagram or styled in a photo. Consider this a valuable time to get tactile with a bunch of new design pieces.

The theme of this year’s fair is Life Work, so expect some exhibitions to consider the way our home and work lives are merging, too. And as with other years, you can also expect to see cool installations and exhibits from the fair’s sponsors. This year, in particular, we’ll be on the lookout for the Living Bar by Adam Cornish and Junglefy, the first-floor Lounge by Spacecube, the foam Speaker Space curated by Sandra Tan, and the #futurework working station by Futurespace. Oh, and when you get tired, don’t forget to stop by the café by PGH Bricks for some much-needed sustenance. Given the number of exhibitors this year, you’ll likely need all the energy you can get.

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Denfair is held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 20-22 June. To register or secure a public entry ticket, visit denfair.com.au

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