Last year, The University of Canberra’s School of Industrial Design showed Australia what they can can do
March 5th, 2008
At the close of 2007, design students at universities nationwide put their designs on show for all to see at the end of year exhibitions.
The University of Canberra’s School of Industrial Design proved their place as a top design institution, showcasing high quality designs, and a strong commitment to the environment.
Of the 23 students, all designs were noteworthy, particularly student Moira Nunn, who impressed the Canberra crowd with her Troi modular table (pictured) – a three-piece puzzle, fashioned from high quality
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