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Winner of botton + gardiner Launch Prize

botton + gardiner new range and new office launch event in the Queensland capital was a hit among the local design community.



BY

November 6th, 2009


Congratulations to Amy Lanhan from Nettleton Tribe who was the winner of the door prize at the botton + gardiner launch event on October 14th.

Over 100 guests made their way to the beautiful and iconic Brisbane Powerhouse for the launch of botton + gardiner’s new commercial furniture range and their new Brisbane office on Wednesday 14 October. Amy Lanhan from Nettleton Tribe was the lucky winner of the door prize, which was a dinner for two at Restaurant II in Brisbane.
 
The latest products were well received by the local design and architectural community, the relaxed atmosphere and riverside location providing the perfect opportunity to take ‘the product tour’ and get an in-depth introduction to botton and gardiner’s range of Australian designed and made furniture.

Following their successful product launch at Saturday in Design in August, on display were the botton + gardiner designed TETRA seating range and the Infinity range of commercial dining and café chairs from Italy. botton + gardiner’s own Skokis chair also made its first public appearance which also attracted a lot of attention.
 
botton + gardiner services commercial project Australia wide, and now Queensland has its own Brisbane based Account Manager Carolyn Little. “The business has a key focus on delivery of high service levels and close contact to our clients, therefore having an office in Queensland is of great importance,” she says.

 
botton + gardiner
(61 2) 9667 8100
bottonandgardiner.com.au

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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