The University of New South Wales are holding their annual Bachelor of Interior Architecture Graduation Exhibition from 5-6 December. The exhibition, [x]form, will be held at SCEGGS, Darlinghurst, and feature the work of designers graduating from the BIA degree. Starts: 5 December 2008Venue: The Great Hall, SCEGGS DarlinghurstContact: email@example.comWeb: xform.net.au
November 7th, 2008
The University of New South Wales are holding their annual Bachelor of Interior Architecture Graduation Exhibition from 5-6 December.
The exhibition, [x]form, will be held at SCEGGS, Darlinghurst, and feature the work of designers graduating from the BIA degree.
Starts: 5 December 2008
Venue: The Great Hall, SCEGGS Darlinghurst
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