Straight from the popular ‘Out of the Box’ installation in Milan, the amazing Tom Dixon-designed Comet Lamp could be yours. Win one of your very own by visiting one of the Veuve Clicquot Pouring Bars located around the city. Pop in with your guests or catch up with friends for a drink. When you visit […]
August 4th, 2009
Straight from the popular ‘Out of the Box’ installation in Milan, the amazing Tom Dixon-designed Comet Lamp could be yours.
Win one of your very own by visiting one of the Veuve Clicquot Pouring Bars located around the city. Pop in with your guests or catch up with friends for a drink.
When you visit one of the official Saturday in Design Veuve Clicquot Pouring Bars (listed below) and purchase a flute of Veuve Clicquot between now and 16 August, you will go into the draw to win a Veuve Clicquot Tom Dixon Comet Lamp!
Visit these locations to enter:
182 Campbell Street, Surry Hills
Ph: 0416 096 916
50 Macleay Street, Potts Point
Ph: 02 9357 1100
96 Oxford Street
(61 2) 9360 7772
2 Chifley Square, Sydney
(61 2) 9223 9552
13 Burton Street, Darlinghurst
(61 2) 9380 7002
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