Barrisol, Corporate Sponsor for the Installation Design category in the Australian Interior Design Awards, held a get-together at their Ultimo showroom on Wednesday 14 March to announce the shortlist for this year’s category.
March 16th, 2012
National President of the Design Institute of Australia, Oliver Kratzer, announced the 9 submissions shortlisted from 25 entries. Visit the Australian Interior Design Awards website to view the shortlist.
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