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ITALIAN DESIGN WORKSHOP YOU HAVE STILL TIME to APPLY UNTIL 25 APRIL 2011!

Autor // Benedetto FioriPosted in // Design


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Having regard to the numerous requests received, has been extended to 25 April 2011 deadline to apply to ENGLISH DESIGN WORKSHOPin order to facilitate and encourage all young designers who have not had yet to send his candidacy.

We are pleased to announce that:


Carlo Colombo

Matteo Ragni

Riccardo Blumer

are the designers chosen to lead the Workshop

Guests of honor Vudafieri/architects Sabbagh to evening Wine & Design. Don't waste time, you could be the chosen designer to represent your country!
Subscribe to: www.italian-workshop-design.it

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ITALIAN WORKSHOP DESIGN  HAI ANCORA TEMPO DI CANDIDARTI FINO AL 25 APRILE 2011!

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