18 May is the final day to pre-register for Brisbane Indesign and enter our major prize giveaway.
May 15th, 2012
If you’ve been thinking about registering for Brisbane Indesign, now is the time to do it!
Submit your details via our online form by Friday 18 May and you will go in the draw to win some amazing prizes from our sponsors.
From our event partner Dinosaur Designs, we have a set of products from the Abstract collection up for grabs, valued at $1737.
The covetable Abstract collection is just one of the new creations from Dinosaur Designs, who recently opened their flagship boutique in Brisbane’s Wintergarden – giving Brisbane fans a beautiful space to connect with their handmade resin and silver pieces.
From Darcy Clarke, we have 10 Ned seats valued at $2640. The fun plastic stool is available in a range of colours and is perfect for indoor and outdoor use.
Stylecraft are giving away 2 return flights from Brisbane to Melbourne for this year’s Saturday in Design, including 2 nights accommodation at the Hotel Lindrum Melbourne and transfers to and from the hotel. If Brisbane Indesign whets your appetite for design and you can’t get enough, this is the prize for you!
We also have a Cobra Inox coffee table from our friends at Milano Furniture. Designed by Ca Nova Design for Cattelan Italia, this contemporary piece features 2 swivelling glass tops, wenghe veneered wood arms and a polished stainless steel base, with a retail value of $2500.
Armadillo&Co are offering a handmade woven wool rug from their Designer Collection to one lucky Brisbane Indesign attendee who pre-registers for the event. Made of 100% NZ wool, the ribbon multi stripe rug is a versatile design to suit any home or office.
Jump online and pre-register for Brisbane Indesign by Friday 18 May, make sure to attend at least 4 showrooms on the day and one of these prizes could be yours!
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