Hub Furniture

Hub Furniture

Hub Furniture is a privately owned family company proud to represent the best international brands exclusively in the Australian market. Many of our brand partnerships were established in 2003 when we launched our first showroom in Melbourne and again in Sydney in 2007. Since our inception, we have strived to achieve exacting standards of product, design, service and care.

We offer products in furniture, lighting, flooring and accessories - including art and sculptural objects. We recognise our responsibility as editors, bringing only the highest quality international trends and directions back to Australia. We source our products from destinations around the world including Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., Italy, France, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Tunisia, the U.S. and Canada.

Our dedicated commercial team are committed to customising solutions for small- to large-scale commercial projects. We are passionate in our commitment to our clients and work tirelessly to solve often complex challenges, where tight budgets and limited lead do not justify mediocrity in design or quality.

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At Hub Furniture, we offer products in furniture, lighting, flooring and accessories – including art and sculptural objects. We recognise our responsibility as editors, bringing only the highest quality international trends and directions back to Australia.

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Projects Featuring Hub Furniture Products


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Mercedes Me Melbourne

When is a showroom not a showroom? Whenever Mercedes-Benz launches a new Me Store. Mercedes Me Melbourne inhabits a shell by Woods Bagot, as part of the Rialto Towers street level refurbishment.


Sometimes the most highly evolved designs are incomplete. When conceptualising the new Suncorp headquarters in Sydney, the interiors team at Geyer worked to the idea of ‘designing to 80%’. The result is a radical take on the oft-used idea of workplace flexibility. While the building caters to the needs of its residents in the present, it comprehensively avoids dictating what these needs will be in the future.

Conrad Architects office has a moody palette

Conrad Architects’ own studio

Embodying Conrad Architects’ approach to design, its new studio is a place to inspire the design aspirations and ambitions of those who work in and visit it.

From Here On

Designed by Siren Design, From Here On provides the sophistication of a boutique hotel with the comfort of a luxury apartment in a highly functional and welcoming workplace environment.

Tribe Hotel Perth bar, interiors designed by Travis Walton.

Tribe Hotel Perth

Tribe Hotel Perth is an artfully curated guest-centric and refreshingly affordable design hotel alternative, with interiors designed by Travis Walton and architecture by Idle Architecture Studio.

BEON Energy Solutions (Powercor CitiPower) by Siren Design

What are the principles and strategies behind designing for incidental staff collisions and chance encounters? Siren Design maps out its creative thinking and approach for Powercor CitiPower’s BEON Energy Solutions, Melbourne: a purpose built workplace which encourages its staff to ‘interact’ and ‘collide’.

University of Melbourne Arts West by ARM Architecture & Architectus

What is ‘salon learning’ and how is design responding to this new educational format? Arts West, Melbourne Univeristy’s riotous new Arts Faculty by ARM Architecture and Architectus, reimagines on-campus learning via the philosophy of object-based learning.

Western Sydney University, by Woods Bagot

Integrated technology might be commonplace in the workplace, but in education spaces it’s still a fairly new phenomenon. At Western Sydney University, Woods Bagot’s vertical campus design raises the bar in more ways than one.

480 Queen Street Brisbane, featuring BHP Billiton by BVN

What happens when private business goes public – in a commercial design sense, that is? Brisbane’s most recent commercial addition, 480 Queen Street by BVN, is designed to create a sense of community inclusiveness. It’s a new-think approach to the traditional public-versus-private model.

Jemena Melbourne by Woods Bagot

In an era where technology and the ‘digerati’ rules all, we feel a strong need to make close online connections with the world at large. But how does this sense of connectivity and community translate to the physical workplace, and by extension, its design? In Jemena’s new Melbourne headquaters, seven floors and 800+ people have offered up a juicy challenge in exploring how design might create a sense of communal familiarity in a large-scale environment.

Ovolo Sydney, by Hassell

Is hospitality the future of agile working? If it is, the new multi-user focused Ovolo Hotel Sydney, designed by Hassell, is a wondrous glimpse into that future.