Abey Australia launches their new Melbourne showroom, designed by Rothelowman.
September 23rd, 2015
Representing some of Europe’s leading brands, including Gessi, Barazza, Falmec and Schock, Abey is known among its local industry for world-class kitchen and bathroom solutions.
Now the Australian-owned business has added to its collection of outstanding designs, with a project of its very own, the Melbourne Selection Gallery, a contemporary gallery and retail space, brought to life by award-winning architecture and interior design firm, Rothelowman.
Set within Abey’s original showroom location, the Selection Gallery draws on the original architectural fabric to create and modern design that fuses the past with present.
The interior fit-out brings together natural materials, suspended forms, floating displays and sweeps of indoor greenery to showcase Abey’s high-end products.
Launched just last week in Melbourne, Abey welcomed international guest Gian Luca Gessi, of Gessi, who was in Australia to launch all-new Gessi collections to the local market.
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