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Founded by Richard Munao in 1997, Cult is an Australian owned company that supplies superior, quality designer furniture including tables, chairs, lounges, lighting and accessories. Over the 20 years, Cult has grown into Australia and New Zealand’s leading design destination with one of the most comprehensive collections of brand partners.

Cult proudly supplies exceptional international brands including Fritz Hansen, Poltrona Frau, Cappellini, Carl Hansen & Sons, Zanotta, &tradition, Vipp and Louis Poulsen. In addition to its international brand partners, Cult launched its own Australian design brand, NAU, in 2017.

Cult is dedicated to supporting and promoting Australian design talent and has been involved in a range of national awards programs.  In addition to its flagship showroom in Sydney, Cult has showrooms in Melbourne, Brisbane and Auckland as well as distributors in Canberra, Adelaide, Perth and Singapore.


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Founded by Richard Munao in 1997, Cult is an Australian owned company that supplies superior, quality designer furniture including tables, chairs, lounges, lighting and accessories. Over the 20 years, Cult has grown into Australia and New Zealand’s leading design destination with one of the most comprehensive collections of brand partners.

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Who will take home INDEs Gold?

In just under three weeks, the winners of the INDE.Awards 2019 will be announced at a grand gala event in Melbourne. Here’s the full download ahead of the big night.

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From designer Adam Goodrum and the team at NAU comes the Chameleon – a flexible and design conscious table system.

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Solid timber makes a comeback

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“Innovative and awe-inducing” – Announcing INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist

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The Indesign Salone del Mobile chair wrap-up

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Introducing your 2019 INDE.Awards partners

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A new age of sustainable products as seen at Salone del Mobile

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Exploring the office with Poltrona Frau

Italian design house Poltrona Frau has over a century of design expertise, and thanks to Cult, this knowledge is available down under.

The humble beginnings of HAY

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Bodil Kjær receives a new lease on life from Carl Hansen & Son

Bodil Kjær – Danish mid-20th-century architect and professor – once designed an iconic, extensive range of furniture for both indoor and outdoor use. In 2019, this is coming back.

NAU and David Jones: where a designer brand meets a retail icon

The Australian designer furniture of NAU will now be stocked by iconic Aussie retailer David Jones.

Here’s a taste of what’s to come at Saturday Indesign 2019

Come behind the scenes with what went down at the exclusive Saturday Indesign event evenings – the who, the where and most importantly what to expect come June.

INDE.Awards 2019 entries extended!

Tick tock! One week left to enter the 2019 INDE.Awards. DEADLINE: 8 February

The excitement is mounting. The timer is getting closer and closer to D-Day. There’s only ONE WEEK LEFT to enter the 2019 INDE.Awards!

Fritz Hansen N01 – a modern chair for the modern home

N01, by Japanese studio Nendo for Fritz Hansen, is a modern chair for the design and quality-conscious home, now available from Cult.

Louis Poulsen's Flindt Wall light

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Six decades of Poul Henningsen Classics

2018 marks 60 years since Danish designer Poul Henningsen gave the world the iconic PH 5, PH Artichoke, and PH Snowball lights, redefining modern illumination.

Louis Poulsen and six decades of Poul Henningsen Classics

2018 marks 60 years since Danish designer Poul Henningsen gave the world the iconic PH 5, PH Artichoke, and PH Snowball lights, redefining modern illumination.

Instyle at Orgatec 2018.

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We came out in droves for Orgatec 2018 – the year that Australians dominated the German commercial furniture fair quite unlike ever before.

Indesign Orgatec party with Jo, Matt and Holly.

Indesign’s Orgatec soirée

The grey skies of Cologne were not enough to dampen the spirits for an Aussie design cohort. Coming together at the Radisson Blu, our Orgatec event was the perfect backdrop for the community to share a drink and swap stories.

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Red Energy Melbourne

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Suncorp

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Mirvac HQ

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TVNZ Television Centre

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