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by on Sep 25, 2015 in Interiors , Perspective Promotions
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Andante celebrates 10 successful years in the field of contemporary living by holding a joint photo exhibition titled 10 + TEN: The Holyland Dream

Specialising in a range of contemporary furniture, lighting and decorative products for the home, Andante marks ten years in the field in 2015. To celebrate, the walls of their showroom will be adorned with a special exhibition featuring the works of Joseph Sy this October. The architect and interior designer is the founder of Joesph Sy & Associates, and has worked on a range of projects throughout Hong Kong and beyond.

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The exhibition will run throughout October, and members of the public will be welcome to view the works at Andante’s showroom in Central. More information can be found through the Andante and Joseph Sy & Asociates websites.

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Details:

Venue: Andante Showroom, G/F, Ruttonjee Centre, 11 Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong

Date: 9 October to 31 October 2015

Exhibition Opening Reception: 8 October 2015, 6-9pm

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