Interstudio is modelled on the philosophy of Interstudio in Copenhagen, and was established in Australia in 2002.
April 18th, 2008
Promoting emerging Scandinavian and local Australian design talent, the company represents an expansive range of products for both residential and corporate applications. Interstudio has become a leader in the reception, boardroom and alternate work furniture domain and was recently acknowledged as the forefront supplier of ‘best practice’ reception furniture.
Product Range – Lighting, furniture, loose furniture, task seating and artwork.
Brands – Basile & Evans, Paustian, DJOB/ MONTANA, Ciacchi Kreaty, Hussl, GLOBE, Danerka, Plank, Casamania, Voss Co Living.
Applications – Hospitality, commercial and residential.
Sustainability – Through ECO SYSTEM, Interstudio incorporates a Green Star rating for each of its products and aims to market products that use less energy, and produce less waste, less greenhouse gas and less toxic emission.
Major Projects – Westpac Banking Corporation, Ernst & Young, Nine MSN, Aus Stereo, The Dolphin Hotel and Woolwich Pier Hotel.
Specialised Services – Interstudio offers customised solutions for interiors and also encourages designers and their clients to use their isolated viewing room, where it’s possible to go through proposals in privacy and not be distracted by conflicting products in the showroom.
Lead time – Four – six weeks
Featured Product – Delfy
The stackable Delfy chair is made of high gloss polyurethane in a number of vibrant colourways.
Range – Delfy Series – Ciacchi Kreaty
Designer – Gino Carollo
Manufacturer – Ciacchi Italia
Application – Domestic znd hospitality
Materials – Satin base and column in high gloss polyurethane. Colours choices include red, black, white, green, orange and yellow.
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