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Dulux Colour Trends and Milan Highlights

Dulux Colour Trends and Milan Highlights

Moderated by Holly Cunneen

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2019/06/22 3:00 pm 2019/06/22 4:00 pm Australia/Melbourne Saturday Indesign - Dulux Colour Trends and Milan Highlights

Which colours will shape our interior environments into the near future?

Design Precinct, 550 Swan St, Richmond

Which colours will shape our interior environments into the near future? What are the motivations and socio-economic drivers shaping these trends and patterns? Take a colourful dip inside the world of Dulux and hear from the leading experts in colour forecasting.

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Discussion Panel

Andrea Lucena-Orr

Colour Planning and Communications Manager for Dulux Group, Andrea Lucena-Orr researches colour trends presenting her findings to trade and retail markets, along with media. Travelling to Milan Design Week, Andrea and Bree Leech solidify their initial ideas to create the trends for the following year. “I adore working with colour – it has the power to transform products and spaces and is integral in evoking emotion”

Bree Leech

Bree Leech is a Melbourne based creative studio specialising in creating visual content. Director Bree Leech uses her unique combination of interior design and industry skills to create visually stunning projects, from private interiors to creative marketing campaigns for leading Australian brands.

With over 20 years experience in various design disciplines within the commercial & residential interior industry, Bree Leech brings her insightful knowledge of the design world to any project. An experienced trend forecaster, Bree provides key information and creative services to Australian companies such as Godfrey Hirst Carpets and each year works closely with Dulux Australia to produce their Colour Forecast and colour marketing initiatives.

Holly Cunneen

Holly has spent her time in the media writing about architecture, design and our local industry. With a firm view that “design has a shared responsibility to the individual as much as it does the wider community,” her personal and professional trajectory sees her chart the interests, accomplishments, hypocrisies and crises of the architecture and design community.

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Design Precinct, 550 Swan St, Richmond