The deadline for entries for the 2011 Australian Interior Design Awards has been extended until Friday 11 February 2011 to account for the extensive flood damage suffered by Queensland. The extension gives hopeful entrants an extra week to get their submissions together. “As a national award that celebrates all that is best in Australian residential […]
February 9th, 2011
The deadline for entries for the 2011 Australian Interior Design Awards has been extended until Friday 11 February 2011 to account for the extensive flood damage suffered by Queensland.
The extension gives hopeful entrants an extra week to get their submissions together.
“As a national award that celebrates all that is best in Australian residential and commercial interior design, it is important to have all regions of the country properly represented at the Awards,” says Event Manager Jacinta Reedy.
Online registrations for the Awards now end 5pm Friday 11 February 2011. Entry submissions will be accepted for projects completed between 1 September 2009 and 31 December 2010.
To register online or for further information, visit the Australian Interior Design Awards website.
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