14 OCT 2016

NZ Modern Collection Preview Event

Thanks to all our guests who joined us Thursday night to celebrate the opening of the NZ Modern Collection.

Thursday night at the gallery was one of the most vibrant preview evenings since our opening five years ago. It was exciting to share our passion for New Zealand design with a large crowd of enthusiastic friends and guests.  

We'd like to say a big thank you to all the incredible companies we worked with to put such a great event together:

Beer courtesy of ParrotDog
Tea courtesy of Noble & Savage
Wine by Foxes Island
Flowers by Floramay
Catering by Cook the Books
PR representation by Process Studios.


Photography by Dan Eagle


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