Over one thousand design addicts descended upon Sydney’s Hill Street design precinct in Sydney last Thursday evening.
November 5th, 2012
The doors were thrown open on the Whitehouse Institute of Design, Arthur G, Euroluce and Workshopped Store to professionally showcase the talents of this year’s finalists.
With speeches from Object Gallery’s Steve Pozel, Workshopped’s Director Raymond Scott and guest of honour Fenella Kernebone host of Radio National’s By Design.
Afterwards, guests partied on at the adjoining Beresford Hotel.
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