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Designing minds : a selection of interior design products and prototypes developed by Australian designer-makers in creative relationships with industry
Bib ID 442066
Format BookBook
Description Sydney : Object-Australian Centre for Craft and Design, 2000 
37, [1] p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. 
ISBN 0957818009
Notes

June 2000.

"When industries are competing at equal price and functionality, design is the only differential that matters." Mark Dziersk (Industrial Designers Society of America)

Exhibition held: JamFactory Contemporary Craft and Design 23 June to 23 July and Object-Australian Centre for Craft and Design 5 August to 1 October 2000

Subjects Furniture, Australian -- Exhibitions.  |  Interior decoration -- Australia -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Object : Australian Centre for Craft and Design  |  JamFactory Contemporary Craft and Design (Adelaide, S.A.)
Available From Object - Australian Centre for Craft and Design, Third Floor, Customs House, 31 Alfred St, Circular Quay NSW 2000 

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