Through an unassuming side door in a Woollahra terrace, visitors were transported to a sensory showcase unlike any other
September 14th, 2012
The launch of Sheridan’s new point-of-sale and promotional campaign that centres around feel and interaction over ’thread-count marketing’ was a luscious affair.
An impressive installation in a Sydney terrace invoked a feeling of wonderland with three rooms completely given over to the sense of touch – guests being encouraged to engage with the artefacts, curiosities and products so decadently styled.
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