Zucco has been around for 12 years and grew out of an interest to create a solution for all fit out needs.
April 19th, 2012
What does your company supply?
Our Sydney based company supplies furniture and joinery for commercial projects and large scale residential apartment complexes
What’s the history of your company (how did it start)?
A furniture niche was identified from our fit out umbrella, making the process easier for the end user. It has always been important to Zucco to facilitate the client as when we are flexible we can be one step ahead in making sure needs are met.
Where do you distribute?
We distribute throughout Australia
Describe your customers?
From Builders, Architects, Interior Designers right through to the end user we aim to deliver solutions for our clients.
What sets your company apart?
Competitive prices that don’t sacrifice the quality of products or craftsmanship we offer. Our services are professionalism yet always retain a personal presence which is key to working in unison to achieve the client’s goal.
Who should we speak to when specifying?
The team at Zucco
What are your client’s priorities at the moment?
Quality products and fit outs that take into account budgets.
What is good design to you?
Solves a problem and communicate aesthetically through materials and finishes the vision of the client
What does the future hold?
Not loosing site of the beginning, evolving and striving in the middle and never being too big at the end that we lose sight of our objectives to deliver good work for a fair price.
Zucco’s latest project with the NRL was an exciting venture illustrating high end joinery creating the vision of the architects design into reality. European products we are currently launching are Citizen, Cappa & In which illustrate European design and functionality breathing new life into office furniture.
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