We provide adaptive steel storage for the evolving workplace. Designed & made in Melbourne, our award winning range is customisable & available in 150+ colours.
As an Australian family owned, furniture designer and manufacturer based in Melbourne, we have been providing storage solutions for contemporary interiors since 1972. Specialising in locker solutions for flexible, activity based environments, our purpose is to empower people to work more effectively in the evolving workplace.
Catering to commercial, educational, sports, hospitality and residential markets, our current storage range features original designs by Planex, Alexander Lotzerstain, Paul Morris, and our associate design partner, Planex Design. To see our products in person simply visit one of our national showrooms in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth or get in touch and we’ll arrange a time to visit you.
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At Planex we provide adaptive steel storage for the evolving workplace. Designed & made in Melbourne, our award winning range is customisable & available in 150+ colours.
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