Australian company Cafe Culture was established over 8 years ago and has showrooms in Sydney and Brisbane. Specialising in custom furniture, chairs, tables and accessories which is primarily aimed at the hospitality sector, Cafe Culture has an extensive product range sourced from design houses in Italy, Europe, Asia and Australia.
April 17th, 2008
Product Range – Hospitality furniture
Brands – Bontempi Casa, Gaber, Origlia, PSM and Bonaldo
Applications – Hospitality, commercial, residential
Major Projects – Bezzini- King Street Wharf, Kell’s Kitchen- Darlinghurst, Zushi- Darlinghurst, MCA- Circular Quay, Lindt Cafe- Sydney, Platform Cafe @ Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre, Ultimo.
Specialised Services – Cafe Culture provides an in-house design service and re-upholstory and re-conditioning services on all their products.
Lead time – Stock lines, 7 – fifteen days, Custom products, 4 – 6 weeks. Imported products, 8 – twelve weeks.
Featured Product – Open Barstool
Manufactured in Italy by Bontempi Casa. Constructed with either an oak seat in natural or mocha stain or a metacrylate seat in white, transparent, transparent orange and transparent red
The frame is chromed or aluminium coated steel. They have a 36 month warranty.
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