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Perth’s Contemporary Wine In Design is Coming

Perth’s Contemporary Wine In Design is Coming

Did you miss us at Melbourne InDesign? No worries! Next week we bring Contemporary Wine In Design to the West Coast and the heart of Perth, and you’re invited!

So you’ve probably heard that we’re coming for you, Perth. Contemporary Wine In Design is just around the corner, and we thought that you might like to know you’re already on the guest list.

But you still want to know more, right? Well, From over 20 of Perth’s premier designer showrooms, all the big names in A+D today (all over the world), hot topic debates all over the city, wine (!), and the biggest party of the decade, you don’t want to miss out.

Oh, what’s that? Party? Yeah, that’s right.




Want a little taste? Well, we’ve just wrapped up Melbourne InDesign, and finally got back on our feet after that massive wrap party. Here’s how it went down.

Team #MID16 brought back the industry’s most iconic bash – the Official Melbourne Indesign Wrap Party.

Designed by SJB, Harry the Hirer’s recently unveiled showroom hosted this very important party where we rubbed shoulders with A&D’s most iconic players. A secret whisky room, jazz band, some pretty intense blue lighting, a surprise-reveal disco dance floor, and champagne for days. Thank you to everyone who joined us, partied hard and made some memories.

Until next year!

Our after party was proudly presented by Sunbrella, Sharp & Carter, Harry The Hirer, Starward Whisky, Eness, Flowers Vasette, and Cosentino.

To get amongst it all at Contemporary Wine In Design, register your attendance here.

Photography by Fiona Susanto