Infinity Commercial Furniture is excited to announce that it is partnering with polytec and Laine for Saturday Indesign on May 21.
Saturday Indesign is a one-day exhibition held in Sydney that connects the best mix of local and international product from leading brands with the architecture and design industry.
ICF will be exhibiting from their Waterloo Showroom, along with leading brands polytec and Laine, to bring an informative and fun experience for attendees. Leading trend forecaster, interior designer and building industry authority, Marylou Cafaro, will be keynote speaker. Attendees on the day will be well catered for:
- Cocktails and gin mixers from the Archie Rose Distilling Co. bar
- Gelato from the Messina cart
- Barista made coffee by Gathering Events
- German-inspired hot dogs from the Hut Dogs’ cart
polytec will be showcasing their new range in the commercial portfolio, with new finishes and colours, developed over the last three years with Marylou. As Lead Designer of polytec’s Product Development Team, Marylou has been instrumental in the design and development of unique colours and finishes utilising materials which are robust, timeless and sophisticated.
“Saturday Indesign is an opportunity to share with the design community polytec’s innovative products, as well as a chance to give back to the community through Marylou’s presentation,” said polytec’s National Commercial and Specification Manager, George Abagi. “We’re looking forward to networking with the design market and having a little bit of fun.”
Laine will be showcasing many of their latest fabrics including Lux velvet, Silk and Linen vinyls, Now Quilted Designs, Wollsdorf Leather Collection, as well as releasing Piccolo and Oasis. Laine is excited to be releasing further new products in their Snowsound Acoustic Collection: one of the world’s leading European designed acoustic collections, which has now expanded to over 40 different acoustic options to integrate into great interiors and resolve acoustic problems.
“Saturday Indesign is a great opportunity to showcase our latest products and connect with leading designers and industry professionals in a casual environment,” said Laine’s Group Sales Manager, Don Graham. “It’s a great way for industry professionals to get out again and see hands on new innovative products.”
ICF will be participating in Saturday Indesign for the first time. Hosting from its 750m2 showroom in Waterloo, with over 300 commercial furniture products on display from workstations, tables, seating and storage. Key product ranges are the Coco Modular System, Motion Height Adjustable Workstations and Room acoustic booths. Designers will be inspired by a range of European seating from designers Claus Breinholt (Canova and Sicla), Fiorenzo Dorigo (Porta Venezia) and Thomas Pedersen (Klejn).
“We’re excited to be participating in our first ever Saturday Indesign with fantastic brands such as polytec and Laine,” said ICF Managing Director, Darren Mifsud. “ICF is truly honoured to have the design and architecture industry visit our showroom and engage with the team. It will be fun day.”
Date: Saturday 21 May 2022
Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Location: 175 Botany Road, Waterloo, NSW
9:00am – 1:00pm – Gathering Events Coffee Cart
11:00 – 12:00pm – polytec Trendjournal – A Snapshot of Joinery Trends in Australia by Marylou Cafaro
12:00pm – 5:00pm – Archie Rose Distilling Co. and Hut Dogs
1:00pm – 4:00pm – Gelato Messina
About the Exhibitors
Infinity Commercial Furniture
Infinity Commercial Furniture is a leading commercial office furniture supplier and manufacturer. With over 25 years’ experience, providing the best service and consultancy for an extensive range of clients – building relationships that last the test of time.
polytec is an Australian decorative board and laminate brand. Forever the creative thinker, polytec invests in pioneering new product and range developments to equip cabinet makers, architects, designers and consumers alike with a palette that’s contemporary, forward-looking and comprehensive.
Laine supplies textiles, leather, acoustic panels and vinyl products that are sustainable and engineered to the highest environmental principles. Founded in 1976 as a family-owned Australian business, they continue to maintain and build on the high standards they established over 45 years ago.