Sixhands celebrated the launch of its new agent, Emily Ziz Style Studio, in Sydney’s Redfern on Thursday 2 February. The studio was a rainbow of colours and patterns as Sixhands showed off their gorgeous textiles and interior design products.
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Durable and adaptable seating creates dynamic teaching and learning environments at the new Centre for Creative Industries at St Andrew’s Lutheran College.
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