In this fast paced, often superficial world a premium has been placed on experience and luxury. Our guest panel of international designers and architects will give insight into the details and layers that create the rich and immersive environments that together produce EXPERIENTIAL LUXURY.
The KOHLER Design Forum will make its debut in Melbourne on Tuesday 17th March at Mercedes me Store, for a new look at how Experiential Luxury is redefining design through the integration of technology, colour, pattern, material and sustainability.
Experiential Luxury invites people into a place that seeks to delight all our senses, where meaningful design, technology, colour, pattern and material are inextricable,” says Erin Lilly, KOHLER Design Studio Manager. “At its core, it is the combination of experience and expression. It’s about adding perfect detail, that final touch that makes your space an extension of you.”
For KOHLER, this is realised through incredibly refined products that use creativity and innovation to amplify personal experience. Its Intelligent Toilets and Digital Showering range, for example, are designed to orchestrate the ultimate personalised experience. Meanwhile, KOHLER's sophisticated array of colour, material and finishing options allow consumers the ability to set the desired tone of their space through the finest of details.
Connecting KOHLER's passion for life-elevating design with its global design community, the KOHLER Design Forum is, at heart, about exploring the future and impact of design and providing a platform for the design and architecture industries worldwide to interrogate ideas together.
The media partner for KOHLER Design Forum Melbourne 2020 is IndesignMediaand the moderator for the guest speaker panel is the Editor of Indesign Magazine, Alice Blackwood. Alice is an editor, journalist and communications strategist and has over 10 years' experience in the Australian architecture, design and media industries.