Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Eat Green Design

Having raved about Melbourne's thriving design scene, I should say Sydney is doing its best to follow suit.
From this Saturday, the annual Sydney Design Festival starts at the Powerhouse Museum, featuring Eat Green Design, a "unique creative platform and temporary restaurant".

By the sounds of things, meals and talks will be consumed in tihe specially constucted sustainable space. It's not cheap at $66 for breakfast and $110 for dinner! But there will be free talks from designers every day.

From the website:

The Eat Green Design installation is designed and purpose-built by award-winning architect Hannah Tribe of Tribe Studio, Surry Hills, and demonstrates best practice principles in sustainable architecture and interior design.

Sounds kind of cool...
*Photo: Apple&Bee wooden handle clutch, featured at Eat Green Design.

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