Events | The Local Project
SUPPORTING & Showcasing The Local Design Community

Held throughout four independent vineyards in the Wollombi Valley, view the large scale sculptures which transform the boutique vineyards into exhibition parks.

Visit a 1920’s brick bungalow in Haberfield with the architect Matthew Bennett and witness the forms, materiality and elements within this conserved area.

Discover creative London-based contemporary design duo Saša Štucin and Nicholas Gardner create a site-specific furniture installation.

An evening with leading and emerging minds behind the microphones, head-to-head in a series of debates on architecture and the built environment.

Sibling Architecture hosts a day to investigate the needs for a city with a changing population. Join the team for a day of interactive workshops.

As housing affordability becomes an increasingly important concern, a panel discusses the built-to-rent model, its implications and creating strong communities.

In partnership with The Australian Institute of Architects, this series discusses the client-architect relationship and how effective spaces are created.

Hear the personal and professional journeys of three leading architects, whose work reflect the story of Australian modernism.

Sydney Made has teamed up with Brewery Yard to bring you an inspiring line-up of local creatives.

In association with PTW Architects and the NSW Minister for Mental Health, can we design a pod to support good mental health, and calm, focused attention?

As part of the Big Anxiety Festival, this exhibition considers uncertainty and Eco-Anxiety in the Anthropocene works of Japanese and Australian designers.

A few days before Christmas, visit the design market with 230 stallholders, designer showbags, delicious food and drinks, creative workshops and kids activities

Influencers within the realm of design, architecture and history discuss modernism and what went into making Australian modernism

An exhibition that emulates the key motifs Yayoi has developed since the 1950's, illustrating engagement with the body & her expansive conception of space.

Sascha Glasi, co-founder of Amsterdam architectural practice Space&Matter, discusses design and trans-disciplinary approaches in helping the world connect.

Sydney's leading fair connecting art buyers directly with top undiscovered artistic talent, hand-picked by a committee of art industry experts.

View the work of Marion Hall Best, one of Australia’s first and most influential independent interior designers whose career spanned four decades.

Thought leaders from around the world in design and business come together to discuss design-led innovation and strategies for design to overcome challenges.