Design enthusiasts gathered to explore 'Blurred lines: Designing hybrid interior spaces' at Space Furniture in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane.

Brisbane’s design community gathered at Space Furniture in Fortitude Valley to explore how designers and architects are increasingly creating spaces that blur their type and function. Workspaces now offer cafe-like collaboration zones, cafes look like hotel lobbies and retail stores are designed like art installations.

The speaker session explored the challenges and opportunities of these new design spaces with the conversation being lead by industry insiders, Katherine Skipper, Principal Architect of Warren and Mahoney, Chris McCue Head of Architecture and Residential Interior Portfolio at Carr Design Group and Bronwyn McColl, Principal at Woods Bagot.

Space Furniture is a supporting partner of Artichoke Night School, which is a DIA endorsed CPD event for DIA members. To find out when the next event is, visit Design Speaks. 

Photos by Raymond Cash

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