Italian design goes Down Under.
March 11th, 2010
With a reputation for supplying our shores with the finest products from international designers, Corporate Culture is once more raising the design bar.
Further forging a commitment to providing Australia with inimitable design pieces, the furniture and lighting showroom now proudly showcases the Poltrona Frau Group ranges – amongst them Poltrona Frau, Cassina, Cappellini and Alias.
Thursday 18 March sees the official launch of the exemplary historic Italian manufacturer’s range at the Corporate Culture Sydney showroom, where, amongst the Archibald and Stitch chairs, guests will be treated to a decidedly Italian ambiance in collaboration with Campari.
Gracing Sydney with his style and designer furniture, Giulio Cappellini – who has given the work of some heavyweight Australian and New Zealand designers such as Marc Newson, David Trubridge and Adam Goodrum global exposure – will be making a special appearance amongst his range.
Director Richard Munao, sees the new ranges as both complementing Corporate Culture’s existing collections and filling in the gaps.
Tying in nicely with Corporate Culture’s shift into the residential market under the name ‘Cult.’ – an eBook version of Corporate Culture magazine #4 is available online.
Check out the new website launched this Thursday, featuring in-depth information on over 10,000 products within their extensive range, as well as ’¨new features which include streaming video content and an improved search tool.
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