FABRIQ finalist in the Grands Prix du Design !

Christian Poirier
February 21, 2017
By Christian Poirier

We had the great pleasure to participate in the 10th edition of the Grands Prix du Design and our famous kitchens project Curtiss and Vickers in Borden is among the finalists!

The Grands Prix du Design  are awarded to designers, industrial designers and architects throughout Quebec, practicing in all fields of interior design, for projects realized here or abroad.

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