One of Australia’s most celebrated designers, Alexander Lotersztain, launched products with two different companies at this year’s Saturday in Design.
August 7th, 2008
Saturday Indesign stormed through Melbourne over the weekend (8-9th August), and of all the exciting launches by Australia’s best designers and design companies, one designer certainly took the limelight.
Brisbane’s Alexander Lotersztain of Studio Derlot launched products with two companies this year. His Xsystem shelving was launched by Planex www.planex.com.au, while Stylecraft launched the Derlot collection, with pieces including Lerod, Stump, Plantation, and re-stitch. www.stylecraft.com.au
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