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Since launching in 2010, SeehoSu has established a firm reputation for authentic, high quality designer furniture, lighting and objects that are exquisite in their craftsmanship yet, at their very core, remain simple, practical and most importantly, comfortable.

Within SeehoSu’s boutique portfolio of brands is Japanese design house, Maruni Wood Industry, Canadian design studio, molo design, Swedish brands, Gemla,Garsnas and Design House Stockholm, Danish brand Gubi and the much celebrated Mud Australia. Common among all brands is an appreciation for true craftsmanship and tradition, balanced by an awareness of contemporary culture and innovative design. It is these qualities that confirms them as being the contemporists of today, and the classics of tomorrow.

All SeehoSu’s furniture and lighting pieces are extremely versatile and suitable for all situations including residential, workplace, hospitality and more. Their modern, classic and warm aesthetic makes them a popular choice for a wide range of aesthetics and interior genres.


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Since launching in 2010, SeehoSu has established a firm reputation for authentic, high quality designer furniture, lighting and objects that are exquisite in their craftsmanship yet, at their very core, remain simple, practical and most importantly, comfortable.

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(L-R) Naoto Fukasawa, Maruni's art director. Jasper Morrison, designer and long-time collaborator.

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SeehoSu specialises in the supply of high quality designer furniture and accessories from regions including Japan, China, Canada and Australia.

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