Product(s) in Shortlist

Interior Design Excellence Awards 2017

Interior Design Excellence Awards 2017
IDEA 2017 shortlisted finalists were recently announced, with two projects supplied by 3S Lighting are amongst the featured ones in multiple categories.

Both projects were designed by Woods Bagot Sydney.
Designer of the Year - Woods Bagot - Projects: Wynyard Walk and Western Sydney University Parramatta Campus
Sustainability - Wynyard Walk and Western Sydney University Parramatta Campus
Institutional - Western Sydney University Parramatta Campus
Public Space - Wynyard Walk 
Congratulations to the design team and all project collaborators, and we hope both projects will be amongst the winners announced later this year.
All shortlisted entries for this year's IDEA Awards are available here.

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