GEOCON celebrates with Tetsuya
17 March 2015
Managing Director of GEOCON, Nick Georgalis, welcomed culinary icon Tetsuya Wakuda in Canberra yesterday for a private lunch and evening cocktail reception celebrating the imminent commencement of construction on Canberra’s tallest residential building, Wayfarer.
The day began with a private cooking demonstration at 3 Seeds Cooking School in Fyshwick where Tetsuya displayed the versatility of Electrolux appliances and the masterpieces that could be created in a Wayfarer kitchen. The demonstration was followed by a delightful lunch created by 3 Seeds Cooking School where Tetsuya and GEOCON’s guests enjoyed delectable dishes created by Andrew Haskins.
The evening cocktail event held at Belconnen Arts Centre was attended by Wayfarer buyers who were invited to inspect a full-scale display of a Wayfarer kitchen and enjoy a question and answer session between GEOCON’s General Manager of Development Peter Micalos and Tetsuya Wakuda.
Tetsuya Wakuda is the official ambassador for Electrolux and brand ambassador for Wayfarer in which he helped design the revolutionary kitchens that all homeowners will enjoy.
Wayfarer’s construction will begin in late March in Belconnen and will be Canberra’s tallest residential building standing at 88 metres high and offering 235 apartments. “We are extremely excited for the beginning of construction on Wayfarer and wanted to celebrate with the buyers and give them a real taste of what they can look forward to in their new home,” Mr Georgalis said. “Tetsuya is a fantastic representation of what living at Wayfarer will be like – first class all the way. This is definitely something to get excited about as Canberra grows and progresses into the bustling and exciting city we know it will be,” Mr Georgalis said.
Limited Wayfarer apartments are still available and ready for the public to make the move to first class living in Canberra.