As part of this year’s Brisbane Indesign Miele is hosting a free breakfast cooked by Matt Stone and featuring discipline-crossing creative and visionary Joost Bakker.
April 30th, 2012
The event presents an opportunity to meet Dutch-born Joost Bakker, renowned for his large-scale public works such as The Greenhouse, his vertical gardens and a habit of making things out of other people’s rubbish.
Complementing Joost’s sustainable sensibilities, chef Matt Stone will be catering for the event. With his focus on locally grown, seasonable produce and his creative approach to gastronomy, Breakfast with Miele promises to deliver a unique fusion of culinary and design inspiration!
Breakfast with Miele will be held on Saturday 26 May from 8 to 10.00 am at the Miele
39 Harvey Street North
Numbers are limited.
RSVP by 15 May 2012 to email@example.com
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