Indesign’s Melbourne correspondent is a design hunter who loves the work of Patricia Urquiola and Tom Dixon. What do you do: I write on Architecture & Design for newspapers and design magazines Favourite designer: I have so many favourite designers but love the work of furniture designers Patricia Urquiola and Tom Dixon. Favourite design […]
September 6th, 2010
Indesign’s Melbourne correspondent is a design hunter
What do you do: I write on Architecture & Design for newspapers and design magazines
Favourite design destination: London – quirky, amazing things to see on every corner.
Inspiration: Art galleries and museums.
Other areas of interest: Fashion and decorative arts.
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