The final ’The-Arc’ events organised by The Arc Agency in November 2010 took place at the iconic Sydney Opera House and vibrant Maia, Melbourne’s Docklands.
February 8th, 2011
The Arc Agency welcomed 47 building product suppliers and hosted 589 specification professionals from Sydney and Melbourne’s premier interior design, architectural and building companies.
Watch next year’s ’The-Arc’ events calendar; if you wish to participate as a supplier or be a guest contact Elsie Attoh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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