Frame Fill Wrap at Saturday in Design this weekend
HASSELL and emerging graphic design studio Condensed are working together with Space Furniture on Frame Fill Wrap, an installation that will feature at Saturday in Design, to be held this weekend in Melbourne.
Get ready for a spatial interaction that is as much about hiding and discovering as it is about showing off. The installation, hosted at Space's Richmond showroom, will be a slow reveal that begins at street level and will guide visitors on a journey to discover what is really going on below the surface.
"We're excited to be working with Space and Condensed on this installation that we hope will both challenge and inspire visitors," said Cara Gabriel, one of the designers from HASSELL working on project
A hint as to what it's actually all about?
"Let's just say the starting point of the design is a certain piece of furniture," said Daniel Ballin, also from the HASSELL team.
Saturday in Design is an annual trade event for the design community, which began in Sydney in 2003, and now alternates each year between Sydney and Melbourne. This year in 2012, Saturday in Design celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Head on down to Space Furniture on Saturday 18 August between 9am and 5pm, or Sunday 19 August between 11am and 5pm to check out Frame Fill Wrap. for more information on Saturday in Design and other events, vist www.saturdayindesign.com.au.
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