Christopher Boots presents ‘Design Thinkers’



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In this Thinking Globally edition of Design Thinkers, our speakers will discuss the opportunities and challenges that come with designing for international projects. Each of the panelists represents Australian studios with a range of global design work, spanning large scale public artwork, creative lighting, and interior design.

Speaker presentations will be followed by a panel moderated by Anne-Maree Sargeant (ADA), inviting our brains trust to further examine the export of Australian design thinking.


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