This week marks the first ever Asia Pacific Design Triennial – Unlimited Asia Pacific – in the Queensland captial. While the ‘festival’ will celebrate the Region’s outstanding design, it will also take the opportunity to explore how design can improve and shape our ways of life.
One of the public events to do this is the Food for Design forum, to be held on Friday 8 and Saturday 9 October. The idea is, in the words of the organisers, “to plant the seed of designing sustainability into our everyday lives”.
The forum will see architects Brian Steendyk, designer Sam Parsons and TV chef and all-round nice guy Ben O’Donoghue.
The presenters will discuss of the biggest issues facing our Region – and the world for that matter – food production, healthy eating, community building, shelter and well-being will be discussed by the presenters.
Food for Design will bring together these extremely passionate individuals to hopefully spark a fire in us all to design our way of life, consciously and with gusto.
Food for Design forum
October 8 – October 9, 2010
6pm till late
South Bank Surf Club
30aa Stanley Plaza, Parklands, South Brisbane