Brisbane-based commercial design supplier Incorporate Space, held a stellar ‘Brisbane Interiors’ event on Brisbane’s stunning Seadeck vessel on Wednesday night. Take a look at the great sunny North’s design community!
September 14th, 2017
“We had over 100 design professionals attend from the local A&D industry,” says Terri-Ann Olver, Director for Incorporate Space.
. “ It was a great turnout and we received a lot of excellent feedback about the uniqueness and importance of the event.”
Brisbane architects and designers were treated to a sunset cruise on the luxurious Seadeck, hosted by Terri-Ann Olver and the team at Incorporate Space.
As the music played and the food and drink flowed, guests were got an exclusive sneak-peek of the latest range of commercial office products from Brisbane manufacturers Elevar and Chair Solutions as well as the latest fabrics from Wortley, steel storage from Officeline Products, and desk accessories from Humanscale.
Elevar launched their latest meeting and folding tables as well as showcasing their latest designs in modular back-to-back workstations and electric height adjustable meeting tables. Chair Solutions showed their vast array of seating as well as their latest designs in screens and acoustic paneling.
Near the end of the night Terri-Ann took over from the DJ and dished out a multitude of prizes before giving everyone a goody bag to die for, including locally hand-made brownies and friands. The guests disembarked with the mental note to make themselves available for next year’s event hosted by Incorporate Space, although this one may be hard to beat!”
Photography by Lucinda Bartkaitis, LB Design
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