A little help goes a long way in supporting the design community at Saturday in Design.
July 21st, 2010
The Launch Pad program depends heavily upon the ‘angels’ that lend their support to emerging designers, who in turn take part in Australia’s design future.
Each year Living Edge provide invaluable support to the program demonstrating their continued commitment to Australia’s emerging design industry.
Through Launch Pad, Living Edge continue their quest to assist in the development of emerging designers by aiding their profile and offering advice, support and recognition of their talent.
Since the launch of its first watch model in 1975, Maurice Lacroix has developed to become a sought-after manufacture brand and it is with great pleasure that this innovative company also lends its support to Launch Pad.
Goals AN one of the fastest-growing business relocation companies in Australia, making it possible for clients to finish work one day and start work the next in a new office.
Without their military-like precision and efficiency, Saturday in Design would not be able to pop-up from one day to the next.
Last, but not least, Wonder is a multi-disciplinary design studio based in Melbourne established in 2009 by interior designers Georgina Armstrong and Pip McCully.
These two Wonder Women have been angelic in designing the Launch Pad exhibition space Living Edge Showroom in Richmond.
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