Is the ever-rising popularity of replica furniture creating a new renaissance of handmade, locally crafted pieces with designers and artisans?
Handmade and made-to-order furniture, lighting and objects are now sought out by the discerning buyer – who sees bespoke products as future heirlooms and points of pride in the house.
Curated by design journalist Anne-Maree Sargeant, the Handmade – Back to Where We Started panel will discuss these questions and more as it explores the new order in interior design.
Cult’s designer Adam Goodrum, Broaches Commissions’ founder Lou Weis, designer Christopher Boots and Blakebrough+King’s Sarah K and Ben Blakebrough will talk over the future of interior design in the face of replica popularity and the resurgence of the handmade craft.
With consumers increasingly seeking out bespoke products in retaliation to the homogenisation of the interior design landscape, you can be sure this will be an event not to be missed for those with a passion for bespoke beauty.
You can buy a ticket to this June 5 event here – but be quick as seating is limited
HANDMADE – BACK TO WHERE WE STARTED?
in association with VIVID SYDNEY
MCA – Friday June 5th, 11.00 – 1.00pm
140 George street, The Rocks, Sydney – level 5
Has a sea of mass produced designer furniture seen a return to slow and thoughtful, artisanal design?
join AMS with CULT x ADAM GOODRUM, CHRISTOPHER BOOTS, BROACHED COMMISSIONS & SARAH K
TICKETS – $30.00 early bird / $40.00 GA – DIA members CPD points
image PROMETHEUS III by Christopher Boots