The winners of Launch Pad 2008 have been announced at the successful Saturday in Design festivities in Melbourne. Indesign Award – Shell stools + chairs Living Edge Award – Flat Jack Woven Image Award – Twighlight Source One Packers’ Prize – Bam Bam Baby Congratulations to all the winners! […]
August 11th, 2008
The winners of Launch Pad 2008 have been announced at the successful Saturday in Design festivities in Melbourne.
Indesign Award – Shell stools + chairs
Living Edge Award – Flat Jack
Woven Image Award – Twighlight
Source One Packers’ Prize – Bam Bam Baby
Congratulations to all the winners!
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