JSB Lighting host an evening to showcase the Modular cube in Melbourne.
July 27th, 2010
On Thursday 29 July JSB Lighting will be hosting ‘A night with JSB’ to showcase their Modular cube light to Melbourne’s design community.
JSB invites you to view the Modular collection at Captains of Industry – a new venue inspired by the traditional ’Gentlemen’s Outfitter’, a haven for men.
On the night, enjoy the lights from the Modular cube and experience the old-world appeal of the environment, which also offers a tailoring, and shoe making service.
There will be fine wines and scrumptious canapés to indulge in and will offer the perfect meeting place to wind down and converse with other members of the design industry.
RSVP by Wednesday 28 July 2010 to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +61 0412 163 304.
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