industry insider | Mar 30, 2017 |
Contemporary design fair heads to Australia
Boh staff

The third edition of Australia’s DENFAIR, running June 8 to 10 in Melbourne, will feature local and international brands and will focus on authentic design. The fair will welcome attendees including architects, interior designers, stylists, specifiers and retailers, as well as exhibitors like Cult, Ajar, Zuster, Space, Mokum, Domo, Anibou, Great Dane, Fred InternationalMeizai, and more.

Contemporary design fair heads to Australia

“The show will increase again in size by 30 percent and we are committed to ensuring every single exhibitor is of the highest standard and every partnership and activation offers something exciting for our visitors,” said DENFAIR’s co-founder, Thibaud Cau-Cecile. “Every aspect of the show experience is highly considered and design-driven—from the cafes and restaurants to the installations and creative activations.”

Contemporary design fair heads to Australia

Additionally, the fair is committed to protecting and promoting original design. Co-founder Claudio Oyarce shared: “At DENFAIR we do not support replica. In Australia there is a lack of protection for designers, so we need to stand firm and only promote and showcase originals.”

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