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A design day out..

September 1, 2009 1:21 pm Published by

Design that just plain Makes Sense

“Make sense” was the slogan behind the Ke-zu showroom set up for the Sydney In Design 2009 and it just simply made sense to be there and show people how we work and what the material we work with is like.

We took along a bit of a show. We had Paco cutting Spanish Jamon, we had half the crowd making Nut bracelets; a 1000 were given out and made during the day. We had Rithma’s musical company all day.

And of course there was the Tunnel of Light …

A great day was had by all.

Love to all at Ke-zu, we just love seeing you all, which of course, also makes sense.

Un día de diseño

Diseño que simplemente Tiene Sentido

“Tiene sentido” fue el eslogan de la trasera del showroom que Ke-zu creó en el Sydney Sydney In Design 2009; simplemente tiene sentido estar ahí y enseñarle al público cómo trabajamos y cuáles son los materiales que utilizamos.

Fue un día largo. Paco cortó jamón español, mucha gente se detuvo a realizar brazaletes; se hicieron unas 1000 pulseras, que se regalaron a lo largo del día. La música de Rithma nos acompañó durante lajornada.

Y, por descontado, fue el “Túnel de la Luz….”

Un magnífico día para todos.

Cariños a todos y a Ke-zu, nos encantó veros a todos; algo que también “Tiene Sentido”

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