Dedece presented the Paola Lenti Aqua Collection to an eager group of design industry members and media on Tuesday 28 February. Sydney’s floating harbourside bar, The Island, was the perfect location to showcase the Aqua Collection’s gorgeous textured outdoor floorcoverings, ottomans, lounges and armchairs in a host of divine colours.
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