Broached Commissions is an annual design collaboration using an event in Australian history as inspiration for a new collection. All commissions result in made to order or limited edition furniture and objects for commercial sale. On Saturday 12 November, Creative Director Lou Weis will lead a discussion between John McPhee, curator of Broached Colonial, and […]
November 8th, 2011
Broached Commissions is an annual design collaboration using an event in Australian history as inspiration for a new collection. All commissions result in made to order or limited edition furniture and objects for commercial sale.
On Saturday 12 November, Creative Director Lou Weis will lead a discussion between John McPhee, curator of Broached Colonial, and the designers of the Commission – Trent Jansen, Charles Wilson, Adam Goodrum and Chen Lu.
The discussion will deliver an insight into the creative process behind this unique venture in furniture and object design.
What: Broached Commissions Floor Talk – Sydney
Where: Former Paramount Pictures Building, 80 Commonwealth St, Surry Hills
When: Saturday 12 November, 2:30pm-3:30pm
Exhibition dates: 11-20 November, 2011, 12:00-6:00pm daily
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