Sydney designers boarded via the JSB airport at the company’s Flight 30 party on Wednesday 22 December 2010.
January 11th, 2011
Over 250 guests arrived with their silver boarding passes to JSB’s Flight 30 party at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art. Architects, designers and industry colleagues dressed up in creative costumes accordingly to their destinations which included South Africa, Alaska, Abu Dhabi and Mexico. Highlights included the beautiful JSB flight crew, police searches on entry, aviation and flight projections in the showroom and luxurious massages in the first class lounge.
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