Australian furniture designer and manufacturer, Arthur G has opened a new showroom space in Adelaide.
December 23rd, 2015
Joining forces with leading high end retailer, Transforma, a section of the existing Transforma showroom become a dedicated 100 sqm Arthur G studio, where a selection of sofas and chairs will be available for purchase.
Sitting alongside European design heavyweights, Rolf Benz and Holst, the dedicated Arthur G showroom will also provide the opportunity for South Australian clients to customise their designs with wide range of finishes across timber selections, fabrics and leathers.
The Arthur G for Transforma Studio is located at 21 Kensington Rd, Norwood, SA.
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