Brisbane’s Limes Hotel played host to a premiere screening of Good Design Alexander Lotersztain, the first in a series of short documentaries about up and coming Australian designers by filmmaker Tabata Piccinelli. The venue, with interiors designed by Lotersztain himself, proved a fitting locale to celebrate the work of the designer.
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