Kartell’s big opening at Sydney’s Bondi Junction
November 16th, 2007
Joining international stores in Paris, Milan, Berlin and Tokyo, Kartell’s first Sydney flagship store opened its doors on Thursday 15 November, for a much anticipated official launch.
Designed by world-renowned interior designer Ferruccio Laviani, the new store stocks the whole range of quirky collectables that Kartell is famous for, including the famous bookworm bookshelf by Ron Arid (on display in showroom image above).
This year has seen Kartell open 20 other flagship stores in important cities throughout the world.
Kartell stock is also available in Australia through Space Furniture.
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