Thinking Ergonomix recently celebrated the launch of their newest product with their Thinking Gastronomix Designer Chef evening at Australian Technology Park.
22 October, 2010
14 Design companines were whisked away to Australian Technology Park for an action packed evening to prepare and cook a gourmet three-course meal competing against the other teams of designers to win great prizes.
Part of the evening also involved preparing lunch for 270 people from The Mathew Talbot Home for them to enjoy the following day and a competition to raise money for the organisation.
Thanks to the A+D community Thinking Ergonomix raised over $3,550 for the St Vincent de Paul organisation, caring for the homeless people in Sydney.
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