Danish designers, Flemming Busk and Stephan B. Hertzog will be in Australia next week. You are invited to join the pair for a free lunch and an absolutely unique opportunity to meet two luminaries of Danish design in person. The two Q+A Luncheons will be held in Melbourne on 24 February and Sydney on 26 […]
February 19th, 2009
Danish designers, Flemming Busk and Stephan B. Hertzog will be in Australia next week. You are invited to join the pair for a free lunch and an absolutely unique opportunity to meet two luminaries of Danish design in person.
The two Q+A Luncheons will be held in Melbourne on 24 February and Sydney on 26 February from 12 – 2pm. Don’t miss out on your chance to rub shoulders with Dansih Design royalty.
Melbourne: Tuesday 24th February, 12-2pm
Interstudio showroom Level 4, 185 Flinders Lane Melbourne
Sydney: Thursday 26th February, 12-2pm
Interstudio showroom, Icon gallery 693 South Dowling St Redfern
RSVP now to email@example.com
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