King Furniture will kick off its first Brisbane Indesign with a royal line up of events.
March 26th, 2012
Hicks, who has designed a number of King Furniture showrooms Australia-wide, will launch a brand-new installation at the Fortitude Valley space between 12 and 2pm on Friday 25 May.
Wilson will give a talk about his collaborations with the brand, including the design of the award-winning Andrea sofa. Guests will then have the chance to mingle and chat with the 2 designers, as well as the King Furniture team, over drinks and nibbles.
Hicks and Wilson will be back at the showroom on Saturday 26 May between 12pm and 2pm, chatting to guests about their work and sharing the inspiration behind their designs.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet two of Australia’s most recognised and well-regarded names in design.
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