Cult

Cult

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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