International Indigenous Design Charter

Russell Kennedy (Designer), Meghan Kelly (Designer), Jefa Greenway (Designer), Brian Martin (Designer)

Research output: Non-textual formDesign / ArchitectureOther

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGeelong, Vic, Australia
PublisherDeakin University
Size34 pages
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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Kennedy, R. (Designer), Kelly, M. (Designer), Greenway, J. (Designer), & Martin, B. (Designer). (2018). International Indigenous Design Charter. Design / Architecture, Geelong, Vic, Australia: Deakin University.
Kennedy, Russell (Designer) ; Kelly, Meghan (Designer) ; Greenway, Jefa (Designer) ; Martin, Brian (Designer). / International Indigenous Design Charter. [Design / Architecture].
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Kennedy, R, Kelly, M, Greenway, J & Martin, B, International Indigenous Design Charter, 2018, Design / Architecture, Deakin University, Geelong, Vic, Australia.
International Indigenous Design Charter. Kennedy, Russell (Designer); Kelly, Meghan (Designer); Greenway, Jefa (Designer); Martin, Brian (Designer). 2018. Geelong, Vic, Australia : Deakin University.

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