At an intimate evening event, Steelcase introduce their new Patricia Urquiola range to members of Melbourne’s design community.
March 5th, 2013
Presented by Steelcase’s Vice-President of Marketing, Jason Heredia, guests received a sneak peek at one piece of a new range being launch officially at the Milan Furniture Fair later this year.
Hosu is a new piece demonstrating flexibility in relaxed seating, imbuing a residential feel in furniture that is otherwise designed for the workplace and corporate break-out environments.
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Sub-Zero and Wolf’s prestigious Kitchen Design Contest (KDC) has celebrated the very best in kitchen innovation and aesthetics for three decades now. Recognising premier kitchen design professionals from around the globe, the KDC facilitates innovation, style and functionality that pushes boundaries.
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Channelling the enchanting ambience of the Caffè Greco in Rome, Budapest’s historic Gerbeaud, and Grossi Florentino in Melbourne, Ross Didier’s new collection evokes the designer’s affinity for café experience, while delivering refined seating for contemporary hospitality interiors.
Karman, the ultimate ergonomic mesh chair from Steelcase, represents an elevation in seating innovation and Steelcase’s contemporary vision for the workplace.
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