Wet weather didn’t put off the crowds as they gathered for the launch of one of the hottest showroom openings of the year. Here’s your first look at Level O in Sydney, and its memorable event.
October 21st, 2022
A storm hit the streets of Sydney, but not one you’d expect. Level O, an innovative European commercial furniture manufacturer, launched its Rydalmere showroom filled with sights and thrills that guaranteed a memorable first impression.
Decked out entirely with its products, guests marvelled at the showroom’s phenomenal design, set within a space that has been converted from an old gym. From a floating boardroom, open-plan office spaces, and well-thought-out nooks for quiet work and relaxation, it could easily be a working destination in itself.
Casino games and live music, accompanied by incredible food and drinks, turned the night into an all-out celebration.
Now, with its Sydney showroom open and ready for business, the best from this European furniture brand has only just begun.
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