Marnick Smessaert to visit Australia in November
October 31st, 2007
Marnick Smessaert is a character. A Belgian larrikin, who knows how to get noticed in the overpopulated area of lighting design.
By following his heart, he has skyrocketed Dark – the ironically named lighting design company – into the global market.
Only seven years along the journey, Dark supplies to 54 countries, but they will never be too busy to throw one hell of a shindig.
Marnick is heading to Oz in November for the global launch of his latest products – hold onto your hats!
To read a full interview with Marnick Smessaert, see the latest issue of DQ Magazine, at newsagents now.
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