Exhibitor List


Over 300 exhibitors, suppliers and manufacturers showcased their products during DesignBUILD 2017. See who exhibited on our SOLD OUT show floor.

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Why Exhibit


Running for over 30 years, DesignBUILD has cemented itself as the nation’s largest dedicated event for the entire built environment. By building a strong connection with the industry, we have experienced significant growth in event size and industry visitor numbers over the last few years. There has simply never been a better time to get involved.

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What's On


Our show floor is curated to deliver compelling content for our visitors and exhibitors and showcase the very best the industry has to offer. With insightful education programs, next generation collaborations, start-up pavilions, creative networking spaces and more, you'll need more than a day at DesignBUILD!

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DesignBUILD Highlights

Take a look back at DesignBUILD 2017, the biggest event yet, and get a taste of what awaits you next year at DesignBUILD 2018!

Thank you to all our partners, sponsors, exhibitors and all those who attended the show making it the success that it was. We look forward to working with you again in 2018!

Structural & Materials

Explore the latest in material innovations and discover practical applications for new, structural products in the largest sector on the DesignBUILD show floor.

Interior Fixtures & Finishes

Looking for new suppliers of interior fixtures or the perfect surface to complete your next fit out? You'll find all the latest interior fittings and fixture products in this show floor sector.

Landscape & Outdoor

The Australian climate is perfect for outdoor living and with the growing importance of community spaces don't miss your opportunity to witness the latest innovations for landscape design.

Smart Building Technology

From augmented reality to BIM products, this is DesignBUILD's fastest growing sector. See the future products of building and meet the entrepreneurial companies behind them.

Industry News

Aug 10, 2017

Art Nouveau – a new interpretation

In the 1990s, 1950s modernism made a return thanks largely to magazines such as Wallpaper*. The Eames chaise and matching ottoman was a pivotal design, as was furniture designed by George Nelson. While there were a few enthusiasts spouting the clean modernist charm of that period, the 1950s didn’t become mainstream until the early noughties. Fast-forward to the present and there’s everything from 1970s through to the early 1980s, when Memphis made a return.

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