Materialised is owned and run by the founding Price family with manufacturing taking place in the Southern Sydney suburb of Blakehurst. The entire team is steeped in a culture of making a difference by doing things differently...
Striving to make a positive difference to their community, industry, clients and those occupying the spaces they furnish.
Specialising in textiles, wall covering and acoustic products for Hospitality, Health, Education, Theatres, Defence and any project requiring high performance... Flame retardancy, high abrasion resistance and acoustic absorption are key.
The product range enables the complete furnishing requirement: Block-out drapery, sheers, waterproof upholstery, faux leather, framed art, luxury bedspreads, shower curtains, cubicle screens, acoustic paneling and wall covering of all kinds.
Beyond innovative products, Materialised act as a conduit to clients for information on trends and changes in regulations affecting our industry, garnered from decades of strong relationship with industry leaders worldwide.
Design Studios are located in the major centres across Australia and New Zealand, in Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. More than just showrooms, designers enjoy colour-coded textile and wall covering samples and all the resources a designer could ask for. Digitally printed samples are even heat-pressed on the spot.
“Nothing is too much trouble. Attention to detail and client satisfaction is second to none.” - Kate Lewis, Interior Designer.
Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.
Phone: +64 9 302 7733
Phone: +65 6635 3377
Materialised’s 40-year journey has brought innovative, high-performance furnishing textiles, wall covering, acoustics, and art to the Australasian contract interior design industry. Everything is designed and manufactured for high-demand environments and includes a large product range, custom design, and printing services.
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