Iken have had an overwhelming response to the 2008 Workstation of the Future design competition from the International design scene. With this in mind they have created a new category specifically for designers/students residing outside of Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. The prizes for the International category includes commendation on the night of the Awards […]
March 7th, 2008
Iken have had an overwhelming response to the 2008 Workstation of the Future design competition from the International design scene.
With this in mind they have created a new category specifically for designers/students residing outside of Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.
The prizes for the International category includes commendation on the night of the Awards in July and also a trophy delivered to the designer.
All information and details can be viewed on the website
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