XIMULA is one of Singapore’s most successful furniture exports and represents the growing importance of this International design mecca.
September 23rd, 2011
The recent success of the first ‘Saturday Indesign Singapore’ was clear evidence of the territories highly evolved love affair with locally made and International designer brands and highlights Singapore’s position as the premier ‘design hub’ of South East Asia.
The award winning XIMULA Flexible system has had major success in Europe, America, South East Asia and the Middle East markets and is now availble in Australia. The system uses a patented aluminium joinery system that can be adapted to multiple uses in both commercial and domestic situations especially for wardrobes, workstations, shelving, shopfitting and storage solutions. The system is fully customised to each clients needs and is competitively priced for a challenging market.
XIMULA has embraced the responsibility to respect and protect our planet by setting strict envoironmental standards in its manufacturing process that minimises waste and emissions that are harmful to our planet. By using envoironmentally sustainable materials and understanding the benefits that recycling has from a whole of life perspective, Ximula has developed a range that is both beautiful and friendly to our future.
With a proven portfolio of International projects under its belt, XIMULA is now focusing on the Australian market and is eager to satisfy the needs of our Interior Designers and Architects looking for high quality, beautifully designed furniture.
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