Brisbane Indesign is proud to have Desq Design Queensland on board as a media partner for this year’s event.
March 9th, 2012
Desq Design Queensland is the first design website solely dedicated to celebrating the work of design professionals throughout Queensland.
It profiles many of Queensland’s top designers in the field of architecture, interiors and landscape and presents completed projects within Australia and overseas.
Desq also features student work and products, building a comprehensive picture of what the state’s designers and emerging designers are up to.
Desq is dedicated to furthering the visual exposure of Queensland’s design fraternity and over time will become a unique reference website for clients and professionals alike wishing to source design inspiration, solutions, industry news and contacts within the built environment fields.
Brisbane Indesign is proud to have Desq involved as a media partner for this year’s event.
Pictured: APNIC by Arkhefield (top), photography Scott Burrows. Scott Street Apartment by Jackson Teece, photography Scott Burrows.
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