Boral announced the winners of the Boral Design Awards 2011/2012 at Melbourne’s Sumac on Thursday 29 March.
April 5th, 2012
Phillip Nielsen took out the Professional category with ’Flamingo Lane’. Casey Bryant won the Emerging Professional category with ’<Insert House Here>’ . The Student award went to Seung Hyuk Choi and Jannette Le for ’A thousand shelves at my doorstep’.
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