Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Sydney Design at the Powerhouse was huge. So big, (and so busy) in fact that I didn't get a chance to get around to any of the exhibits. Regretfully missed the Castiglioni retrospective, and Benini both at the Powerhouse, only a level or two up from the Knitting Workshop Tent where I was.

It was a joy getting some beginner knitters on the needles and churn out a scarf or two in the workshops; they were so surprised and chuffed at how easy it is; but also at how design can improve an outcome by making the process more accessible. The theme of Sydney Design this year was about how design has a story, and how the designer connects their ideas with an audience through that story. It was great to participate in this process, and be part of these symbiotic conversations.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...More Beautiful Books