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October 13th, 2021
As the release of Indesign Magazine #85 draws closer, it’s time we congratulated Theresa of NSW, the winner of the Indesign Magazine #84 subscribe and win competition! Theresa has scored four Workspace Curve Lounge chairs, valued at more than $2000 for her answer to the question, “Who is your favourite designer, and why?”. The chairs will be upholstered in Warwick La Casa Bison Leather, a sleek a high-quality material with optimum appearance, texture and durability.
The Curve Lounge, by Workspace Commercial Furniture, is designed to curve naturally to provide the ultimate comfort. The timeless sleek, curved detailing and customisable upholstery makes the piece inherently versatile and perfect for breakout office spaces, educational environments, healthcare or hospitality.
Want an opportunity to win? With each edition of Indesign Magazine, new subscribers have the opportunity to enter and win a prize pack from one of our wonderful partners. Subscribe to Indesign Magazine #85 for the chance to get your hands on an Eileen rug from Markian, worth over $4000.
Soft scalloped edges and a captivating, aesthetic interpretation of the Vieira motif, the Eileen rug an irresistible statement piece. With nine unique colourways, the rug can be customised to meld to your space or act as a colourful standout feature.
Indesign Magazine is the go-to publication for all the latest design and architecture news from the Indo-Pacific region. Indesign #85 shines the spotlight on the best project design, most inspiring ideas and leading products that are taking the hospitality and retail industry beyond 2021. We take a deep dive into how the region’s leading architects and designers are rethinking old models to up the ante and bring fresh perspectives to the places we’re craving the most.
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