Yesterday saw the finalists in the Launch Pad program come together for the industry mentoring afternoon and exhibition opening at the Living Edge Studio in Surry Hills. All those involved in the program, from the emerging designers to the mentors and industry guests, took full advantage of the networking opportunity. Two prizes were awarded on […]
July 30th, 2009
Yesterday saw the finalists in the Launch Pad program come together for the industry mentoring afternoon and exhibition opening at the Living Edge Studio in Surry Hills.
All those involved in the program, from the emerging designers to the mentors and industry guests, took full advantage of the networking opportunity.
Two prizes were awarded on the night: The Living Edge Award went Stephen Procter for his Folding Dolls House and the Indesign Award this year went to two finalists, Tomek Archer for PegLeg and Nick Cairns for ATTA Coffee table.
You can check out the exhibition at the Living Edge Studio from now until 13 August 2009.
Venue: Living Edge Studio, Level 2, 74 Commonwealth St Surry Hills NSW
Dates: Thursday 30th July – Thursday 13th August
Hours: Living Edge Studio opening hours are Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm and Sat 10am-4pm
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