The Australian furniture specialists announce new collaboration.
April 21st, 2010
Marking a new chapter in the Walter Knoll story, the leading international maker of fine upholstered furniture and superior office furniture is starting a new partnership with Stylecraft.
Representing a range of exclusive European and Australian furniture brands, Stylecraft has a national presence with showrooms located in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and soon in Adelaide.
For over 10 years Walter Knoll products have been manufactured in Australia, and Walter Knoll Australia LP, a subsidiary of Walter Knoll AG Co. & KG, is the only Walter Knoll manufacturing facility outside Germany.
An iconic German company collaborating with a longstanding supplier of exclusive brands to Australia, a welcome partnership for Australian design-lovers.
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