Brisbane’s design scene scrubs up for an elegant bathroom launch.
February 16th, 2010
The collaboration between bathroom ware manufacturers Studio Bagno and Brisbane’s premier architectural and designer showroom – Brett’s – is set to inspire Queensland’s design scene.
As exclusive Brisbane distributor for Studio Bagno’s ’Berlin’ – a unique series of architect-designed wall or bench basins – Brett’s promises to be the go-to destination for designers seeking out elegant bathroom designs.
Celebrating the new alliance, but also the launch of innovative designs from Studio Bagno, Thursday 25 February will see design-savvy Queenslanders unite over Italian wines, Dutch beer and lavish finger food at the exclusive event.
Amongst the designs exclusive to Bretts, the Q wall-faced suite and pan, designed by Australia’s Mark Armstrong of Blue Sky Design and crafted in Europe, will make its Brisbane debut, along with the definitive offering of ’Vola’ tapware.
Studio Bagno’s ’Colette’ console, an ornamental heirloom piece designed in Florence, will be introduced on what promises to be an inspiring night for designers and industry professionals.’¨
As media partner for the event, Indesign are offering guests the chance to win a Habitus magazine subscription and other fabulous lucky door prizes will include a Q Toilet Suite, Vola Basin Mixer and more.
If you would like to find out more or request an invitation to this launch, contact Studio Bagno.
Studio Bagno’s Berlin range
Studio Bagno Berlin range
Studio Bagno Colette console
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