ABOUT ESTUDIO CAMPANA
Founded in 1983 in Sao Paulo by brothers Fernando (born 1961)
Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, together with Momoyo Kajima, founded Atelier Bow-Wow, a Tokyo based architecture firm, inRead more
Khai Liew draws on his cultural heritage and his experience and knowledge as a specialist conservatorRead more
Founded by Dave Bickmore and Graham Charbonneau, studio-gram focuses on creating experiences as familiar asRead more
Claire Kneebone, established in 2012, is an Adelaide based design & concept firm that practicesRead more
A leader in her field, Megan Morton’s popularity can be attributed to her love ofRead more
Alison Page is an award-winning creative at the forefront of contemporary Australian Aboriginal design. As aRead more
Adelaide born Interior Architect Ryan Genesin is the Creative Director of Genesin Studio; a multi-awardRead more
Anton, who trained as a landscape architect and visual artist, has over a period ofRead more
Simone Stephens is a Senior Designer within the Fisher & Paykel head office design teamRead more
Nick originates from London where he studied Visual Communication at Ravensbourne College of DesignRead more
Everyone has a relationship to home and what they mean in terms of belonging, family, comfort, nurture, tradition, familiarity and gathering. They are deeply ingrained in our memory. The conference theme of home brings together the real and the ordinary from which, through design, the imaginative and the extraordinary transpires and resonates. 2016 APSDA Adelaide aims to explore the theme of ‘home.’
2016 APSDA Adelaide aims to build upon the significance of home and open up ideas of making, making do and making happen through a series of place-centred events including
hosted design dinners, design expos, cultural events and a program of tours and student activities that capitalise on Adelaide’s scale, its neighbourhood, its design community and its regions. The speaker program will include world renowned and nationally prominent multi-disciplinary designers who have positioned their practises around the theme of home in inspired and poetic ways.
home is being part of a place, a geography, a region. It is being a part of the Asia Pacific and part of a design community. home can be reflected in the objects we surround ourselves with and the things we use. ‘Home’ is the spaces we create.
The 2016 APSDA conference home signifies the value that the host city, Adelaide invests in these themes and validates APSDA as more than an organisation, but a family, a close knit community of practising designers.
Adelaide welcomes you to the place we call home to share, celebrate and create new memories and design networks.
Designers and design students from across the Asia Pacific Region and the APSDA member nations.
A dedicated student program is specially designed to attract design students from the region to collaborate with their peers at the University of South Australia (UniSA) and the University of Adelaide.
The Asia Pacific Space Designers Alliance (APSDA) is a collaborative network of fourteen design associations from across the Asia Pacific region.
Every two years since APSDA was founded in 1998, APSDA representatives and delegates have met in a host city within the region for a 1-day General Assembly (GA) and 2-day Conference/Congress. 2016 is the first time APSDA will be held in Australia.