UCI makes a move into Sydney’s business district in a contemporary, light-filled space, elevating the workplace furniture brand’s evolving nature.
April 18th, 2019
With an opportunity that couldn’t be passed up, UCI Sydney has relocated to a more premium location on 222 Clarence Street. Right in the heart of the corporate environment, the fresh new showroom presents thoughtfully designed furniture pieces for the modern workplace.
For more than 40 years, UCI has presented its clients with quality products from both local and international manufacturers to deliver a unique furniture experience. Offering products that range from customised storage units, to adaptable sit-to-stand desks to complete workstations, UCI brings a new level of furniture workplace adaptability.
The growth and demand of the UCI brand to consistently deliver superior workplace furnishings inspired the move into a brighter showroom in a prime spot with surrounding offices. Highlighting UCI’s extensive collection in dynamic and innovative brands, the Sydney showroom is the perfect stage to showcase a range of new products with bright and contemporary material finishes. The new space boasts an open plan floor space with exposed white ceilings, expansive traditional arched windows facing towards the busy cityscape and beautifully appointed herringbone floors. This new home creates the perfect backdrop the finest pieces from some of UCI‘s brands while emphasizing the company’s presence within the workplace sector of Sydney.
In true fashion of the bustling Sydney design scene, the UCI team opened the doors of its Clarence Street showroom on 5 April to the industry’s best creative minds for a night of celebration. The guests were greeted with eccentric canapés, an indulgent cheese board and decorative cocktails. It was a night full of celebrations and an exciting new step for the UCI brand.
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