Remember the Studio Bagno competition at this year’s Brisbane Indesign? Well the winner has been announced. Richard Coulson of Cox Rayner Architects in Brisbane was the lucky winner, who is actually about to do up his bathroom. Richard won by simply registering on the day at Studio Bagno’s display in the QA Hotel in James […]
November 15th, 2008
Remember the Studio Bagno competition at this year’s Brisbane Indesign? Well the winner has been announced. Richard Coulson of Cox Rayner Architects in Brisbane was the lucky winner, who is actually about to do up his bathroom.
Richard won by simply registering on the day at Studio Bagno’s display in the QA Hotel in James Street. He has won a chic new bathroom from the NIC Design range worth $4000.
The Nic bathroom range, sold in Australia by Studio Bagno, epitomises the best in cutting edge Italian bathroom design. Using new technologies and employing creative Italian designers, Nic has developed a range of elegant and cutting edge designs with the motto ‘Less is more’.
Nic Design is based in the Latium area of Italy, about 40km north of Rome and its collection includes a number of ranges, from the sculptural simplicity of ‘Pixel’ to the amorphous sensuality of ‘Pillow’ to the clean lines and low profile of ‘Canale’.
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