Instyle is a leading supplier of sophisticated, high quality textiles, leathers, vinyls and wall finishes for interiors, including workplace, hospitality, healthcare, public building, transport, public space and residential spaces.
As a market driven company, Instyle has grown from a textile design company to specialising in five key product areas; Textiles + Vinyls, Contemporary Leathers, Wallcoverings, Ecoustic and Wovin Modular Systems, that are represented throughout Australia and internationally.
Instyle is an ethical and environmentally responsible company with a holistic approach to sustainability. Since beginning its journey in 2002, Instyle has established itself as an industry leader in sustainability.
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Phone: 02 9317 0222
94 Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley, 4006
Phone: 07 3254 4788
69-73 Cubitt Street, Richmond, 3121
Phone: 03 9427 9055
Instyle is a leading supplier of high quality textiles, leathers, vinyls and wall finishes for interiors.
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Place-specific design is so very de rigueur. But beyond the obvious, how is place-driven design being strategically integrated across both macro and micro aspect of a mega development? This was Terry Snow’s objective for his best-in-class Willinga Park Equestrian Centre – and Cox Architecture have delivered.
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