On Thursday 17 November Karen McCartney launched her latest book ’70/80/90 Iconic Australian Houses’ in the Great Dane Melbourne showroom. Hosted by Peter Maddison of Grand Designs, guests enjoyed delicious cocktails and canapés, as Karen spoke about Australian architecture and design and signed copies of her book.
November 18th, 2011
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