Sponsors

 

The Design Circus wouldn't be possible without the help of our friends. A very special thanks to the following:

 

Caesarstone

A global leader and pioneer in its field over the past 30 years, Caesarstone® prides itself on its ongoing commitment to research & development, innovation and the highest quality standards. Caesarstone's extensive designs are constantly evolving and developing to meet the latest world trends.

Caesarstone surfaces are highly functional, design forward and have endless application possibilities including kitchen bench tops,  wall panelling, furniture and more.   With a diverse on trend range including natural and industrial inspired designs, there is no limit to choice. The unique and rich variety of colours and patterns gives each customer the ability to find their ‘ultimate surface’ and create their own unique interior environment. 

Caesarstone has evolved from a surface manufacturer, to a global premium brand. In recent years Caesarstone has collaborated with some of the World’s leading designers – Nendo, Philippe Malouin, Tom Dixon and most recently Jaime Hayon to deliver some of the most memorable Milan Design week installations.

www.caesarstone.com.au

Light Project

We believe exceptional architectural lighting has the power to enhance and transform architecturally designed space. Our team’s collective passion for innovation and lighting is motivated by the process and talent revealed in the production of creative solutions through intelligent lighting products. We value collaborative partnerships with our clients and aim to facilitate world-class architectural projects with award-winning lighting designs.

www.lightproject.com.au

Febrik

FEBRIK is the new player in the world of interior textiles. Its collection of knitted textiles commenced in 2008 under the name Innofa stretch textiles. After several years of international growth Renee Merckx and Jos Pelders continued the successful enterprise under the name FEBRIK. Known for its versatile collection, innovative approach and collaborative attitude, FEBRIK challenges designers and architects to not merely “think textiles” as a last step in the design process, but instead use them as a springboard for their interior concepts and industrial designs alike.

www.febrik.com.au

State Buildings

The State Buildings are located in the heart of Perth’s CBD as three interconnecting iconic heritage buildings. Previously The Old Treasury Building, over their 140-year history, they’ve been used as a Post Office, Public Offices, a Police cellblock, Treasury, and office of the Premier and Cabinet.

Reimagined and re-stored, the State Buildings have been returned to the people of Perth as a vibrant hub of retail shopping, dining and bars and luxury accommodation, housing COMO The Treasury.

The iconic Postal Hall at the heart of the State Buildings stands as a marker of passion, tenacity and curiosity, giving the people of Perth a reason to celebrate their history and importantly, Western Australia’s bright future. The State Buildings inhabit Perth’s geographical centre – known as “point zero”, from where all road distances in WA are measured – and are bordered by Barrack St, St Georges Tce, Cathedral Ave and Hay St. The State Buildings were opened by Charles, Prince of Wales on 15 November 2015.

www.statebuildings.com

Alex Hotel

Set in an angular, modern building, this fashionable hotel in the Northbridge neighbourhood is a 6-minute walk from Perth railway and underground stations, and 3 minutes' walk from the Art Gallery of Western Australia.

The colourful, contemporary rooms feature free Wi-Fi and smart TVs. Upgraded rooms add private balconies. Rooms with bunk beds are also available.

www.alexhotel.com.au

Fabric Quarterly

"Daily Knowledge On Design, Culture & Living Perth”, Fabric Quarterly endeavours to showcase the abundant talent emerging from Perth and greater Western Australia, with a focus on architecture, design, fashion, food, travel and events. 

Fabric Quarterly appeals not only to the design savvy but also those who see the true value of collaboration and yearn to be inspired by remarkable local talent achieving big things.

The name “Fabric” was a natural fit as WA cements its identity not only as the state to watch, but also the one to contend with when it comes to local design, hospitality and experiences.

www.fabricquarterly.com.au

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