Chairbiz opened their new, expanded Sydney showroom on May 15 in Design Hotspot Marlborough House, Surry Hills.
June 2nd, 2014
Designed by the interior team at Design Clarity, the open plan space features stunning timber floors and large windows, which bathe the space in an abundance of natural light. Architecturally the converted warehouse space provides the perfect backdrop for Chairbiz’s expansive range of furniture for commercial, residential and hospitality use.
With clever design features including mesh screening curtains, colourful feature walls and a reception counter that doubles as a bar, the new showroom offers the ability to be quickly transformed to create an array of settings perfectly suited to displaying the versatile furniture ranges.
Excitingly the showroom also heralds the unveiling of several new and exclusive product collections. Among those arethe Stratos Lounge and Offset table system from Maxdesign, the So Pretty chair from Chairs & More along with a huge range of other products that have recently been added to the sophisticated Chairbiz collection.
Another standout inclusion in the fold, is Sydney’s first permanent display of the revolutionary Collaborative Space range, which features a broad mix of products designed to allow the creation of interactive and flexible working environments. Some of those key products on offer will include Cega, Cocoon, Entente and Shuffle from the Soft Office range by Boss Design.
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