The Retail Design Institute presents the Retail Design Awards 2011, an evening to celebrate innovative design in Australia and announce the 2011 Retail Design Award winners. Alex Ritchie, Creative Director of e-2, will MC the evening at InterfaceFLOR’s Surry Hills showroom. It all takes place on Tuesday 18 October from 6:30 to 9:30pm. Don’t miss […]
October 10th, 2011
The Retail Design Institute presents the Retail Design Awards 2011, an evening to celebrate innovative design in Australia and announce the 2011 Retail Design Award winners.
Alex Ritchie, Creative Director of e-2, will MC the evening at InterfaceFLOR’s Surry Hills showroom.
It all takes place on Tuesday 18 October from 6:30 to 9:30pm. Don’t miss this chance to celebrate what Australian design has to offer! Register to attend here.
Retail Design Institute
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