How are designers problem solving the often opposing needs of the one-size-fits-all space? Harry The Hirer is a solid success story in puzzling together a series of complex needs.
May 29th, 2017
Project & Construction Management
Lighting & Furniture
Harry The Hirer
Artedomus – Porcelain mosaic
Comcork Flooring – Cork flooring
Locker Group – Perforated panel
Signature Flooring – Meeting room carpet tiles
Borg Decorative – Partition melamine
Laminex – Operable wall laminate
Dulux – Paint and powder coat
Cosentino – Porcelain slab
Woven Image – Pinboard panel
Interface – Carpet tile throughout
Viridian Glass – Decor Mirror
Rugs Carpet + Design – Bar rug
Southern Cross Ceramics – Bathroom ceramics and feature ceramics
Signorino – Bathroom wall ceramics
HVG – Toilet cubicle laminate
Star Glass – Glass finishes
Baresque – Joinery finish
Fixed & Fitted
Phoenix Tapware – Bathroom and kitchen mixers, toilet roll holder, robe hook and staff shower
Harvey Norman Commercial – Billi Boiling Water Tap, bathroom basin, urinal and accessible grab rail
Rogerseller – Showroom basin
Reece – Franke Cafe Sink, toilet suite, accessible basin, mixer and toilet roll holder
Astra Walker – Waste trap
Kyissa – Toilet cubicle
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