December 3rd, 2009
The retail design Institute is calling for entries from Australian Architects, Retail Designers and Visual Merchandisers.
Entries can range from a window to a full store display in any retail category.
Projects must have been built and installed between 1 June 2008 and 31 December 2009.
Entries close 31 January 2010 and full entry details are available on the Retail Design Institute Website.
The winner of the inaugural award will receive a one-page editorial in Indesign Magazine.
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