CafeCulture+Insitu is an established company that represents world-class international and local brands, delivering commercial furniture, lighting and custom design solutions to an array of beautifully designed functional spaces. These include corporate and creative offices, hospitality, shopping centres, educational, retail and residential environments.
For over 18 years, CafeCulture+Insitu has been providing architects and designers with quality products and service, contributing to some of the most exciting and innovative projects in Australia.
Our business prides itself on having an outward view, while maintaining a strong, localised focus, fusing popular European, British and American brands with talented, authentic Australian designers and brands. The company’s in-depth involvement in the finishing and delivery of all products and projects is supported by strong relationships with its partnering brands and close, one-on-one relationships with its manufacturers and craftspeople.
CafeCulture+Insitu is represented in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane with networks in other states. Additionally, we have successfully delivered projects into Asia and the Middle East.
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CafeCulture+Insitu is an established company that represents world-class international and local brands, delivering commercial furniture, lighting and custom design solutions to an array of beautifully designed functional spaces.
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