Art Hide celebrated their Western Australian launch with a special event at Sentinel Bar and Grill on Wednesday 1 June. Sponsored by DQ Magazine, the event drew a crowd of Perth’s design and architectural community eager to see the Art Hide range up close.
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Join us behind the scenes with V-ZUG’s in-house design team, and discover how this Swiss boutique kitchen manufacturer balances art, science and history to create its pioneering Excellence line.
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The upcoming Blak Design Matters forum in Melbourne will explore First Nations design with panel discussions on ownership of identity, cultural appropriation and misappropriation more.